Lusnail Rondón Haberberger is the founder and CEO of LUZCO Technologies, LLC. She harnessed her electrical engineering and project management skills to launch LUZCO Technologies in 2017. Under her leadership, LUZCO grew from a one-person business into an award-winning, certified woman-owned and minority-owned boutique engineering firm, with offices in Missouri, Kansas, and New York.
Prior to founding LUZCO Technologies, LLC, Lus had a verifiable track record of bringing together cross-functional teams by significantly improving communications between different stakeholders – engineering, applications support, legal and field crews. Her projects included managing and overseeing the execution of a $250 million utility program, as well as several multimillion-dollar electrical reliability projects. Her ability to work on multiple projects in parallel made her a versatile and results-oriented leader. Many of her clients praised her ability to effectively prioritize, allocate resources, and eliminate redundancies.
As a Venezuelan-born mother of two, Lus has made it her mission to expand resources for local youth, immigrants, and women interested in STEM careers and entrepreneurship. She participates in numerous expert panels and mentoring programs. In addition, she launched LUZCOmmunity, a team of LUZCO employees dedicated to philanthropy. Lus has also served on the Board of Casa De Salud since 2019. While thoroughly dedicated to her company and her community, Lus always makes time for her three favorite people: her husband, Dan, and her two boys, José and Luca. She also loves to salsa dance, cook gourmet cuisine, and travel.
Lus’ portfolio of awards include: Enterprising Women magazine’s 2020 Enterprising Women of the Year Award, the 2020 Small Business Monthly Top Women Business Owners Award, The St. Louis Business Journal’s 2021 C-Suite Awards, and The St. Louis Business Journal’s 2022 Most Influential Business Woman. She holds a BS in electrical engineering from the University of Texas at Austin, an MA in electrical engineering from California State University and an MBA from University of California, Los Angeles. In 2019, Lus was awarded one of three business development scholarships from Ameren Corporation to attend the Minority Business Executive Program at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College.