Meet a Houston Mom | Meet Sabi Gutierrez of Trinity Title of Texas | West University Moms

Where are you from originally and how long have you lived in Houston?
I was born in Houston and grew up in the Houston Heights area

Child(ren) and Age(s)?
Richard 27 years old Racheal 27 years old (Twins) Randy 24 years old. Two of my children are married! The younger two are in the military and live out of state.

One thing people would be surprised to know about you…
I’m actually an introvert! 🙂

Favorite local activities to do in Houston?

I love trying local coffee shops, visiting the theatre, museum, or art galleries.

Are you involved in a business venture, a local organization, a creative endeavor, or in the
corporate world? 

I’m currently in marketing, working for Trinity Title of Texas as their Business Development Manager. Trinity Title sets itself apart from its competitors by striving to identify its customer service standards and making the commitment to deliver seamless service levels from all departments including title insurance, title production, escrow, and sales. Our clients are our most valued asset! When I’m not working I enjoy volunteering my time… spreading awareness about HIV prevention and serving on the board for the Red Production. Owner and creator of The Social Soda, a podcast dedicated to all things Houston!

How has the Houston community been instrumental in getting you to where you are now?
I love my city. I love our community, everyone is so helpful!

What is the best advice for juggling mommyhood and running a business (or volunteering,
working, etc)?

My advice for moms out there is, first of all, relax. Prioritize activities and get everyone’s activities on a calendar. Many times, I ended up taking one of my kids to work and those were the best days.. It’s easier for me now because my kids are adults now. The challenges I face now are that two of my kids live in different states and making the time to travel to visit them.

What would you tell the old “You” before you had kids?
I would tell the “old me” it’s ok. Make mistakes, be bold, and go for it. Don’t be so hard on yourself!

Funniest shortcut/routine for helping you through parenthood?
Lots of laughter. Trusting them.

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