Posts Tagged "Latina"

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Puerto Rican-Latina Natasha Marquez on being #bicultural

Natasha Marquez is a bilingual Latina originally from Puerto Rico. She is currently the Digital Media Director at Voto Latino, where she oversees the execution of digital civic engagement and advocacy efforts for the organization. She graduated from Emerson College with a […]

Teach Kids: Athletes Are Humans Too

Recently, I was in the company of some of my mom’s friends, discussing athletes’ behavior and how it affects children. All of us in the group have children ranging in ages eight to twenty-six years old, so the conversation took […]

The Example of Monica Puig

Recently, the world witnessed, in awe and admiration, what happens on the tennis court when there is a combination of hard work, determination, and heart. Not only can those factors make a difference in the player’s life, but also it […]

SELF MADE Latina Entrepreneur Nely Galán And The Era Of Women

Nely Galán is probably best known for her skillful entrepreneurial talent and for her quest to empower women, especially Latinas. As the founder of the Adelante Movement, Galán takes her message nationally as she motivates and inspires Latina women socially, […]