Since 2005, Rodriguez has taught DPOR approved courses through various state licensed schools in both English and Spanish to educate the community, realtors for credit and attorneys in the Virginia area. As the CEO, owner and founder of Titan Title, Rodriguez has worked to make a difference in the industry and her community. When Hurricane Maria devastated Rodriguez’s home island of Puerto Rico, she knew something had to be done. Rodriguez, who was elected the 2019 president of the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals, sprang into action by initiating several local and national relief efforts. Rodriguez worked closely with both HUD and then-Deputy Secretary Pam Patenaude to bring attention to support re-building efforts by leveraging NAHREP’s industry connections. Rodriguez’s and NAHREP’s efforts were responsible for the raising of over 100,000 pounds of relief items, which were personally distributed hand by hand in Puerto Rico. Additionally, Rodriguez worked side by side with Virginian legislators to implement changes that enabled displaced Puerto Ricans to work under their current professional licenses.
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