Apr 10

2014

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Putting a Pause on Your Startup With Irina Delgado (#37 – PODCAST INTERVIEW)

“I’m Irina. I’m a creative engineer”
Meet today’s Latina entrepreneur, Irina Delgado, straight out of Guadalajara, Mexico. She’s a creative engineer and a self proclaimed “free entrepreneur.” This chica is not one to allow borders to dictate where her next adventure lies, much less, where her next… Read more →

Mar 27

2014

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FIXING A BROKEN SCHOOL SYSTEM THE LEAN STARTUP WAY WITH KATIE BOODY (#36 – PODCAST INTERVIEW)

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With every new idea, with every new startup, there’s always a chance for innovation, a chance to create impact. Whom among us though would actually take on the task of changing an existing system? Especially one that’s been failing, and then not only try to change it but revolutionize the way we think about it. In many cities across America the curren

Mar 13

2014

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CELEBRATING DIVERSITY THROUGH CLOTHING WITH SONIA KANG (#35 – PODCAST INTERVIEW)

Sonia Kang is like looking at the ocean, both peaceful and powerful, this mujer speaks softly but her words carry a big stick. Growing up she was often asked “what are you?” Where many would take offence, she took it as a teaching moment, and a chance to educate others about her diverse cultures. Being both Latino and African American, and having h… Read more →

Feb 27

2014

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WHEN FASHION & PHILANTHROPY COLLIDE WITH ALMA MEI (#34 – PODCAST INTERVIEW)

This past week I had the pleasure of interviewing two super savvy fashion and business chicas. These two ladies certainly had a story to tell and much wisdom to pass on. Meet Liz De La Cruz-Jean & Gaby Ortega founders of Alma Mei. They’re putting the heart in fashion and delivering both style and substance. “With a brand that allows you to contribu… Read more →

Jan 30

2014

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Mentorship & The Power of Ask With Marjoriet Matute (#33 – PODCAST INTERVIEW)

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Meet, Marjoriet Matute, the epitome of a regular girl with superwoman powers. This mujer kicked cancer’s ass, and used her war wounds as inspiration and strength to write the story she wanted for herself. When doctors told her that her battle with cancer would leave her unable to get pregnant, she defied the odds by not just having one but two kids.
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Jan 16

2014

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HOW TO MAKE SENSE OUT OF MAKING MONEY ONLINE WITH LASHANDA HENRY (#32 – PODCAST INTERVIEW)

Meet today’s mujer entrepreneur LaShanda Henry. She’s a self proclaimed tech geek who discovered her passion at a very young age. With just a cardboard box and a keyboard drawn on LaShanda’s  journey of creativity and tech began. She’s now a web entrepreneur, who’s been featured on  Essence, Ebony, The Network Journ… Read more →