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Carlos Veliz

Director, Cultural Markets

Seattle, Washington

Carlos Veliz enhances the Cross Northwest brand with strong relationships and diverse business development. His 40 years of entrepreneurial experience on the west coast has made him a sought after adviser in aerospace, commercial, manufacturing, and minority owned businesses. Carlos has advised hundreds of start-up businesses and trained many more business owners on maximizing their potential. Carlos Veliz has won numerous awards from organizations such as the Puget Sound Business Journal, Aerospace Future Alliance, Small Business Administration, University of Washington, and Univision in community services, minority business development, aerospace business development, and business growth.


Carlos offers “Practical” support services and experience-driven advice in developing comprehensive programs designed to fit organizations in support of Strategic Business Planning, Business Development, Workforce Development, Organizational Assessment, Interim Management, and Management Development.

Carlos Veliz helps Cross NW clients during the purchase and sale of businesses in the PNW and beyond.  Carlos provides real world solutions to help businesses compete in global aerospace markets and realize the benefits of cultural inclusion and workforce diversity.


Dartmouth College – The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth – Certificate, Building a High Performing Minority Business

Dartmouth College – The Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth – Certificate, Growing the Minority Business

Evergreen Valley College – Engineering Technology


Consulting and Business Development Center – Foster School of Business – Vice-Chair

Students of Color Career Conference – Everett Community College – Co-Founder