New Local Business to Open Spring 2017
Cultural Hub with Indie Bookshop + CoWorking Space
Dripping Springs, TX, January 12, 2017– Dripping Springs resident buys local community treasure and first green commercial building in the Hill Country, the Sunset Canyon Pottery property. Teresa Carbajal Ravet, Dripping Springs resident of twelve years, purchased the commercial property at 4002 E. Highway 290, Dripping Springs, Texas. Ms. Carbajal Ravet is a bilingual communication professional, independent bookseller, and entrepreneur, managing the project to renovate the property into a Cultural Hub. The Sententia Vera Cultural Hub will be a community center with an independent bookshop, coffee bar, and coworking space for Hill Country residents, entrepreneurs, and commuting professionals. It looks forward to a Spring 2017 Grand Opening.
“I look forward to forming and fostering new relationships with the diverse Dripping Springs and Hill Country communities. At this time, I am grateful for a successful commercial agreement with a talented and inspiring businesswoman, Bridget Hauser, who with her husband, Bill Hauser, built an amazing green structure and cultivated an artistic community space full of positive energy.”
~ Teresa Carbajal Ravet
In addition to being a mother and wife, Teresa Carbajal Ravet is a consultant fostering bilingual community relations and communication through marketing, content writing, training, and program development. She is a Spanish linguist and offers translations and transcreations in the industries of writing and literature, nonprofits, academia, and local organizations.
“As a member of the YWCA Management Team, [Teresa] successfully helped to nurture the YWCA culture of a diversity of people and ideas, a spirit of inclusiveness, a global perspective, and a sense of community.”
~ Diana L. Gorham, YWCA Greater Austin, Executive Director (Retired)
Ms. Carbajal Ravet is an advocate for social justice, public service, education, and nonprofit community service. Currently, she is a Board Trustee for the Friends of the Dripping Springs Community Library and the Austin Waldorf School. She is an annual volunteer with the Texas Book Festival Reading Rock Stars program and the festival’s bilingual tent.
“Teresa proved herself to be the best of community partners for Austin Community College’s Big Read program in 2010. She brought fantastic ideas, timeliness, and good cheer to all interactions; her work helped support a variety of local authors. A delight to work with.”
~ Charlotte Gullick, Smarter Learning Group, Consultant
Sententia Vera Cultural Hub is a community space for cultured bibliophiles, coffee aficionados, and innovative entrepreneurs and professionals. It’s a place to find your next unexpected read, burst through your wildest dreams, and savor java from one of Austin’s renown coffee roasters.
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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Teresa Carbajal Ravet at 512.633.4327 or email at info@SententiaVera.com.