Meet Dana Berggren
Business Industry: Real Estate

I am a mom of two teenage girls, a co-parent, a girlfriend, a daughter, a sister, and a friend to many. I am an independent commercial real estate broker and owner of The Coop coworking space. I am so proud of the relationships I have made in Southern Nevada, many through my association with NAWBO. 

Tell us about you

Health and wellness, both mental and physical, are very important me. Who I surround myself with and situations I put myself in have equal importance as what goes in my body. If we are in balance within then everything else seems to fall into place. I get comments from others about how amazing my friends are and I must agree because I surround myself with the very best people.

Tell us about your business

I am a licensed real estate broker with over 25 years of experience in all facets of the industry. I treasure relationships and have a strong sense of community which inspired me to open The Coop coworking space, a shared workspace offering flexible terms with a focus on community and collaboration. The Coop is a place for entrepreneurs, small businesses, remote workers, and anyone needing a professional business presence.

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What’s your favorite thing to do in Las Vegas?

I enjoy running in the mornings and outdoor yoga classes with the beautiful scenery and blue skies as my backdrop. I like to frequent local restaurants and shops and support the Southern Nevada community at every opportunity. Las Vegas is the perfect location to do just about anything.

How has NAWBO helped you grow your business?

I joined NAWBO right around the time I started my coworking business. The connections I have made through my affiliation with NAWBO are so valuable to me. I met some of my very closest friends through NAWBO. Their support of me and my businesses have meant so much.

What are the best tips you’ve learned as a NAWBO member you’d like to share to inspire/help other women business owners in Southern Nevada? (Inspiring Tomorrow’s Leaders)

You get out what you put join, become involved in committees, and take time to create meaningful relationships.