Adanta is 100 percent Native American woman-owned. Kimberly Patz has over sixteen years experience managing and directing environmental projects for public and private clients. She is of mixed Muscogee Creek (Northwest Florida) and Cherokee (Georgia), and European family descent. She intends to bring some of the traditional values to Adanta's valued clients and employees.
Adanta is a California Department of Transportation-certified Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and Underutilized Business Enterprise (UDBE), Public Utilities Commission-certified Woman-owned Business (WBE), and California certified State Minority Business Enterprise (SMBE). Adanta is also a federally self-certified Small Disadvantaged Business (SDB). Adanta maintains the necessary certifications, permits, and insurance to industry standards.
The word Adanta means soul. This term typifies our spiritual touchstone.
We bring our passionate approach to business and core values to each of our clients and projects. – less–ZoomInfo