Mari & Aaron Borrero, Owners
Mari is an award winning educator, an author, and an entrepreneur. She attributes her self motivation to her mother's hard work and dedication as she overcame barriers in the healthcare industry. Mari has followed her mothers legacy and added Honor, Courage and Commitment as a US Marine. Mari enjoys learning, and she has combined her background in education and service to endeavor in starting up AAD, with her husband, Aaron Borrero. They both have the heart to give and thrive on the challenges each new project presents. Mari has obtained certifications as an Asbestos Project Designer, AHERA Building Inspector, Lead Renovator, and Project Supervisor; along with attendance at various programs such as: UW- Foster Business School-Minority Executive Program, Business Ascend Seattle Program and Stanford Graduate School of Business-LBAN.
Aaron Borrero enjoys solving problems brought on by every project design; commercial projects are his strong suit. He excels in investing time and fostering good relationships to meet the needs of the clients. Aaron has experience in project management, with certifications in CAS, AHERA Building Inspector, and Lead RRP.
The Borrero’s highly value professionalism, attention to detail, and letting your work be a representation of your character.
Mari Borrero got her first taste of entrepreneurship observing her mother build her own business, while juggling a family and adapting to a new language in a new country. That work ethic apparently, is genetic. After taking the life lessons her mother bestowed upon her, Mari decided to learn more about dedication and commitment by becoming a member of the US Marine Corps. After her honorable discharged, Mari’s desire for ever striving towards betterment drove her to attend and graduate from the Stanford School of Business. Together with her husband, Aaron Borrero, Mari has combined all the technical and life skills gleaned from a lifetime of learning into starting AAD. The Borrero’s believe in a system of professional, attention to detail, and letting your work be a representation of yourself.