Known as an industry pioneer in her own right; Deborah Quintana, owner and CEO of World Wide Money Exchange ™ has been a successful woman-owned and operated foreign money exchange concession for 25 years.
With immense perseverance, determination and hard work, World Wide Money Exchange™ came into fruition. Although Quintana had a strong background in the financial industry, she was always looking for a greater challenge. Guided by strong support and great mentors, Quintana started her foreign money exchange business at Stapleton Airport in 1990. When Denver International Airport opened, the demand by global travelers who needed convenient locations to convert currency and acquire additional financial services before departing the airport allowed for three locations. World Wide Money Exchange ™ opened up its current three locations and are located inside the Jeppesen Terminal near international arrivals on Level 5, and in the centers of Concourses A and B.
Quintana brought Maritza Job on board in February of 2014. Job is the Vice President of Operations and Compliance Officer for World Wide Money Exchange™. Before working alongside Deborah, Job received her undergraduate degree at Colorado State University and then received a dual MBA in Marketing and Operations Management from Regis Jesuit University. Job manages the daily operations of the three World Wide Money Exchange™ locations including compliance for money services and human resources functions.
World Wide Money Exchange™ has a reputation of creating worry free currency services to both domestic and international travelers and the airport community.
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