The New Chapter of Teresa Foster. Join me in my new journey to continue serving my amazing community of the Napa Valley.
After 30 years of running my own Immigration Consulting business, I knew it was time to retire. I am embarking on a new chapter as a Community Activist, working to bring inclusivity to our Latinx community in the Napa Valley.
I am open to collaborating with local organizations and non-profits by serving on boards, and educating the community through publication medium, guest speaking, and more.
Need support for your organization, non-profit or event? Contact me below to see if I can assist you on your community mission.
I have served on various boards, including Queen of the Valley Medical Center, Napa Valley Adult School, and Clinic Ole. If you’re an organization looking for someone with diverse experience and a desire to make a positive difference - let’s connect.
With years of experience helping Napa Valleys Latinx community, I have a plethora of insight on all things immigration, inclusivity, and diversity. I am open to collaborating with organizations, and non-profits to spread awareness through blogs, articles, newspapers, and more.
I'm the producer & host of the TV show “Charlando con... Teresa Foster”. I love providing an educational and informative program for the Latino community, in their language. I would love to continue this activism through guest podcasts, tv shows, or guest speaking.
About Teresa: Community Activist
I started out working in the private sector of Mexico City as a bilingual executive secretary at Reader's Digest. I excelled in my position and later worked for Chase Manhattan as well as Texas Instruments to name a few. When coming to America, I was presented the incredible opportunity to learn from a well known leader in Napa, Tala De Winter. Our partnerships led to the founding of my business as an Immigration Consultant, which I ran for 30 years.
Since then I've been President of Napa County Hispanic Network, as well as Ambassador, Co-chair helping fundraise for their annual Gala. I’ve had the pleasure of serving as a board member for the Queen of the Valley and Clinic Ole working with these organizations to serve the latinx community.