It is essential to celebrate milestone achievements in life or throw a party to have a good time. On such occasions when you want to treat people around you, either a simple luncheon, corporate dinner or just breakfast you can call on Saint Germain Catering. The catering company is owned by Mina Ebrahimi who started it back in 1998, at the time serving the Tysons Corner, VA market. Mina started out working in her parent’s bakery where she was attracted to the business of catering, and since then she has been one of the most successful professionals in the field.
Under her leadership, Saint German Catering has grown to be one of the largest catering companies in the US. This has made her named in the list of top 40 women under 40. Her company now has enough resources and workforce to handle more than 200 events in a single day comfortably. It also serves up to seven thousand clients everyday spread across Virginia, Maryland and Washington, DC. Mina Ebrahimi has ensured that her company offers a variety of menus including cuisine from all corners of the globe.
She makes sure that she supports local farmers by purchasing meat and cheese from the farmers around her area. Mina strongly believes in customer satisfaction, and she makes sure each of her clients is satisfied, regardless of the size of their events. According to Mina, her team does not compromise on quality, be it a private lunch for one person or a big wedding party for more than a thousand people.
More about Mina Ebrahimi
Through her company, Mina Ebrahimi supports many charitable initiatives and is a generous giver to the community. She has established the Mina Ebrahimi foundation which supports women entrepreneurs reach their goals by helping them access funding. Mina is a bid dog lover and has over the past years donated funds, directed to eliminate mammary cancer in dogs through the U Penn’s Tumor Research Program. Additionally, she supports, the Bite Me Cancer foundation, operation home front DC, Penn Vet Working Dog Center, ovarian cancer detection program, dog anesthesiology research and interventional paws.