Our Story

World Wide Money Exchange (WWME) is a Colorado-based corporation with over 25 years experience in the operation of Foreign Currency airport concessions.

Founded in 1991, WWME holds the distinction of being the only 100% Latina owned and operated Foreign Currency Exchange in a major airport in the United States, today. In many ways, and by any measure, WWME and CEO Deborah A. Quintana embody the success of minority and women-owned business.


WWME was founded on four core values: Honesty, Integrity, Financial Strength, and Service. We are committed to upholding the highest standards embodied by these founding values. We are proud of our strong reputation for professionalism and maintaining these standards in conducting our business affairs. We recognize the importance of all regulatory policies and are committed to compliance. Therefore, we strictly adhere to our compliance protocols and submit financial reports to the appropriate regulatory agencies.

Under Ms. Quintana’s leadership, the Company has achieved growth, stature and recognition, driven by her commitment to excellence and an unwavering desire to serve its customers and the community. Further, Ms. Quintana believes that a good company is also a good citizen. Since the Company’s inception Ms. Quintana and WWME have upheld the highest standards of corporate social responsibility. 


WWME traces its roots to Denver’s Stapleton International Airport, where it began with a single location. In 1995, the City and County of Denver awarded WWME the inaugural foreign currency concession for three locations at Denver International Airport (DEN): Jeppesen Terminal Building, Level 5 International Arrivals; Concourse A, Center Core; and, Concourse B, Center Core.

Denver International Airport is the 15th-busiest airport in the world and the fifth-busiest airport in the United States. With more than 53 million passengers traveling through the airport each year, DEN is one of the nation’s most active airline hubs.


In 2017, the Company expands to San Jose, CA and the Silicon Valley upon being awarded the foreign currency concession privilege for two locations in the Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport: Terminal A (Adjacent to Gate 15) and the Terminal A, Baggage Claim.

Welcoming 11 million total passengers, annually, San Jose International Airport (SJC) is one of three airports serving the San Francisco Bay Area; and currently rates as one of the country’s fastest-growing airports, among the nation’s 50 largest, thanks to the addition of new carriers and flights.

Strategically located in the heart of the Silicon Valley, SJC is just minutes away from the headquarters of global technology giants and serves a diverse region approaching four million people and thousands of Silicon Valley companies.  Domestic and international airlines, alike, have recognized the demand for more direct service to/from Silicon Valley and have responded accordingly with a steady stream of new service announcements.


We look forward to the opportunity in serving you and thank you for your business!