Firm Profile

Established in 1991 Sentrum International Consulting has comprehensive knowledge and experience in managing and implementing national and international market projects ranging from consulting to actively assuming responsibility and accountability for the entire operation. 


  • 2015 Immigrant Journey Award in the Professional Excellence Category, by Cowles & Thompson, P.C. 
  • 2009 Texas Spirit Award, Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • 2009 Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week, US Department of Commence
  • 2009 La Cima Award Nominee, Greater Dallas HIspanic Chamber of Commerce
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Patricia Moore, CoO

Patricia Moore, an international business woman and consultant, grew up in Bogota, Colombia and as a diplomat represented her country in Norway and Iceland before moving to the United States in 1991.

Patricia is founder and co-owner of Sentrum International Corporation a consulting firm with 24 years of experience in the field of global trade and business development. 

Mrs. Moore serves as a consultant to the Group of Latin American Consuls in North Texas (GRULA) and has implemented GRULA’s strategic projects, focusing on promoting prosperity and economic opportunities to small and mid-size companies in North Texas with GRULA countries (Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Mexico, and Peru).  Patricia also acts as the Vice President of Business Development- Latin America for US Freedom Capital, a US Citizenship and Immigration Office designated Regional Center with base in Dallas, Texas. 

Mrs. Moore served as the Business and Economic Editor to American Airlines Nexos Magazine from 2008 until December 2014. She represented the magazine on international assignments in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama, Peru and in the United States. She was also the Nexos representative to the World Economic Forum on Latin America. 

As a mentor guest of the Office of Citizen Exchanges, US Department of State, she visited Peru to take part in the final stage of the project “Creating Economic Growth to Fight Poverty and Strengthen Democracy: A Project for Young Peruvian Business Leaders”.

Mrs. Moore has produced three International Business Summits. The 2014 summit was titled "The Pacific Alliance: An Imperative Collaboration for Economic Development" in which she moderated a panel featuring the Four Ambassadors of the Pacific Alliance member nations. 

Patricia who is an Economist and a Global Professional on International Trade has received several awards for her accomplishments in Dallas: 

  • Immigrant Journey Award for Professional Excellence, presented by Cowles & Thompson, P.C. June, 2015
  • Spirit of Texas Small Business Award, Esperanza “Hope” Andrade, the Secretary of State of Texas, 2009
  • Minority Enterprise Development Week, the U.S. Department of Commerce, in recognition of valuable contributions to the Minority Business Community, August, 2009
  • Special Recognition, Laura Miller, Mayor of the City of Dallas for bringing positive acclaim to the City of Dallas and creating the First International Book Fair, July, 2006.

Ricardo Moore, COO

Ricardo Moore was born and educated in Colombia, with a degree in business administration. He is a consultant to small businesses serving as a part time CFO to a number of restaurants in Texas. His last name, Moore comes from his British great grandfather.

Ricardo has worked in a broad range of industries, from manufacturing sewer clay pipes, to importing and exporting high tech equipment.  For Moore, every action in business must have a purpose; one that is clear, measurable, realistic and relevant.

Mr. Moore believes in human capital and its ability to multiply wealth. One of his most memorable achievements was creating a reforestation plan in which he supervised the planting of one million trees over an area in Colombia that had been heavily mined.