Manuel Lievano Of MCC USA Global Workforce Solutions: I Am Living Proof Of The American Dream

An Interview With Jake Frankel

Authority Magazine Editorial Staff
Authority Magazine
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7 min readMar 23, 2023


Learn the language– you don’t need to be 100% fluent in English but the better your English skills are, the easier it will be to find a job, socialize and become a part of the country where you have chosen to migrate. There is no ‘age limit’ but rather heart and effort to immerse yourself into your new country.

Is the American Dream still alive? If you speak to many of the immigrants we spoke to, who came to this country with nothing but grit, resilience, and a dream, they will tell you that it certainly is still alive.

As a part of our series about immigrant success stories, I had the pleasure of interviewing Manuel Lievano.

Manuel Lievano is a cofounder and CEO of MCC USA a Global work force solution company that focuses on helping U.S. companies with proven labor shortages to recruit foreign workers under different immigrations categories.

Under Manuel’s Leadership, MCC has undergone a comprehensive operational turnaround with record financial growth. As a result, MCC USA is currently and industry leader with a recruiting presence in more than 52 countries worldwide.

The company has achieved 12 consecutive quarters of year-over-year growth, doubling the size of the business in just three years. Manuel drives home the company’s commitment to connecting with employees and customers alike, creating the strongest business possible.

Manuel comes with more than a decade of experience in the recruiting field; first recruiting for companies in Canada and later for U.S companies. Manuel holds a BA in Economics from the University of Minnesota. He currently lives in between Miami FL and his native country Colombia with his wife, Juliana and their two beautiful kids.

Thank you so much for doing this with us! Before we dig in, our readers would like to ‘get to know you.’ Can you tell us the story of how you grew up?