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A bi-weekly interview series showcasing latinx professionals sharing the tips and tricks that helped them turn their dreams into reality. This podcast provides inspiration, support, and actionable advice that can help you too, achieve your goals.  

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Hola hola everyone... We just wanted to let you know we will be on a break for at least a few weeks. While we take this time off, please tune to listen to rebroadcasts of past episodes you may have not heard before. In the meantime, we will be working hard on the next season of Latinx Can Podcast, which will drop just in time to celebrate Latin Heritage Month!
Meet Dulce Orozco the Latina immigrant therapists who invites us to look at therapy as a preventive tool to take care of ourselves or to help us level up to the next challenge. Dulce is a resilient licensed mental health counselor who embarked on an arduous path from Venezuela to the U.S. As an international student, Dulce faced challenges, triumphs, and a determination that shaped her into the remarkable therapist she is today. In this episode, we dive into: Growing up ...
Meet Giovanna “Gigi” Gonzalez, a financial educator and author of Cultura & Cash, a practical and jargon-free money guide to help first gen Latinx tackle their finances. Giovanna is a Mexican-American financial professional turned influencer and financial educator for first gen individuals looking to take control of their finances. She is a trailblazer who grew up straddling two worlds in a border town, with one foot in Mexico and the other in the US. “Gigi”. After a decade-long care...
Meet Claudia Romo Edelman, founder and CEO of the We Are All Human Foundation, an organization that aims to advance the agenda of DEI for Latinos around the world. Claudia shares her story of growing up in Mexico City thinking she could do the impossible because she was stronger than death. She talks about her early career in communications and how that introduced her to the humanitarian world, where her words could help a cause in need. She also talks about how she created the We Are Al...
Meet Cynthia Kleinbaum Milner, a Latina in the C-suite at the financial services company Money Lyon, who wants to help the next generation of Latinas get to the top in half the time. Cynthia shares her story of growing up in Mexico City with a supportive father who taught her the value of hard work. She talks about her journey of immigration to the US to pursue an MBA with the goal of becoming a better marketer, and how that journey turned into a rollercoaster that made her take a step b...
Meet Dr. Jazmina Urriola the visionary Afrolatina behind Allayya, a mental health app that empowers the modern Latina to practice real self-care. Dr. Urriola is a native of Panama and joins us for the second time to share her experience starting a business from scratch, and the tips and tricks she has learned during her entrepreneurial career. Dr. Urriolla also shared the personal story that inspired her to learn more about self-care, and talks about how being an AfroLatina has add...
This is a rebroadcast of one of our favorite episodes, enjoy while we work on season 8!Meet Dr. Charlie Corredor, an engineer and entrepreneur who identified the power of mentorships and used it to represent the latinx community around the world. His curiosity and motivation led him to create connections with people who later became mentors, and who opened the doors to the world of science, literally! Dr. Charlie represented the U.S. and Colombia while pursuing research projects in China, Swe...
Conoce a la Dra. Vanessa Díaz, etnógrafa interdisciplinaria, cineasta, periodista y educadora, que lleva con orgullo su origen Borinqueño. En este episodio, exploraremos los fascinantes aspectos de su carrera universitaria, sus proyectos en Cuba, sus experiencias en la revista “People” y cómo estas experiencias la llevaron a escribir su influyente libro: “Manufacturando Celebridades: como los paparazzi latinos y reporteras han construido el complejo industrial de Hollywood”.La Dra. Díaz, nos ...
Meet Dr. Angel Martí, the first Latino to chair the Chemistry Department at Rice University, who aims to make the department accessible to all. Dr. Martí was born and raised in Utuado, Puerto Rico, and grew up in a family of farmers. His childhood was marked by curiosity and homegrown experiments, turning every corner into a laboratory, an early sign of his passion for science. Dr. Martí was initially captivated by Math and participated in the Math Olympics, representing Puerto Rico. After gr...
Meet Daniel Villao, a leader in diversity, inclusion and workforce development who strives to create fair and equitable work environments for all.Daniel Villao is a leader in diversity and inclusion, workforce development, and apprenticeship design. He was born and raised in East LA, and was one of the very few Ecuadorians in a predominantly Mexican and black community, an experience that helped him develop a unique identity and worldview. We discussed his career transition from the military ...
Meet Arturo Cázares, a Latino CEO who overcame adversity growing up in the U.S. and who is now leading Latinos in creating the change we need for a more prosperous society.Arturo Cázares is a successful Latino executive who has worked in some of the most prestigious companies in the world, and is now the CEO of the Latino Business Action Network (LBAN). Arturo shares his story of migrating from Michoacan, his home state in Mexico, and growing up in California, picking crops with his family, a...
En este cautivador episodio de podcast, nos sumergimos en la inspiradora trayectoria de la Dra. Xaymara Serrano, una bióloga marina puertorriqueña que trabaja actualmente con NOAA. Únete a nosotros mientras Xaymara comparte su increíble historia de su jornada en busca de su trabajo soñado, dedicando su carrera a la preservación de los arrecifes de coral. A través de sus experiencias reveladoras y su apasionada dedicación, los oyentes obtienen una comprensión más profunda del trabajo vital que...
Meet Gustavo Suarez, Colombian entrepreneur who is driven by the vision of building strong businesses that do the right thing for our communities.Gustavo Suarez, the founder of Trez.co, a US payroll platform that serves the nearly 35 million Latino workforce in the United States.Gustavo shares his inspiring journey of migrating from Colombia and opening a small business with no knowledge and no support system. He also reveals how he struggled to get through college while juggling multiple res...
Meet Massiel Diez a Colombian-Canadian chemical engineer who began her career as a wireline engineer in the Oil & Gas industry, and who is now changing the industry from within.Massiel is also known as the “Oilfield Girl” by her global online following, she was born in San Andres, a small Caribbean island in Colombia, and migrated to Canada with her mom when she was 4 years old.Massiel shared her journey of immigrating from Colombia to Canada as a child, and how she knew she needed to bec...
Meet the founders of El Puente Institute, three Doctoras who share their knowledge and tips on how we can leverage our Latinx culture to be better leaders in the corporate world.Dr. Patty Delgado (MX), Dr. Alejandra Mielke (MX), and Dr. Patricia Conde-Brooks (CO) are the founders of El Puente Institute, a dynamic organization with the purpose of improving the advancement of the Latinx/Hispanic workforce.In this episode, these amazing Latina leaders shared their inspiring personal stories, how...
Here we come again!Season 7 of Latinx Can Podcast starts on September 2nd, 2023.Make sure you subscribe... and leave a review!Leave a review: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/latinx-can/id1524232753 Podchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/latinx-can-1354080
This episode is an extract of episode 36 where Valeria Aloe talked about how her experience in Corporate America led her to burn out, and how that led her to become an entrepreneur, and award-winning author of Uncolonized Latinas Uncolonized Latinas: Transforming Our Mindsets And Rising Together. Listen to full episode here: https://traffic.megaphone.fm/CDL8551800831.mp3?updated=1647626222Leave a review: Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/latinx-can/id1524232753 Podchaser: https://w...
058: Afrolatinidad and Inclusion: What Leaders Need to Know, with Dr. Marisol CapellanMeet Dr. Marisol Capellan, an Afro-Latina, mother, and immigrant who is passionate about empowering women and minorities to overcome barriers in their career paths.Dr. Capellan is a Dominican leader, educator, coach, and author who is on a mission to empower women and minorities to achieve their full potential.We talked about her inspiring journey from growing up in poverty in the Dominican Republic to becom...
Meet Carlos Torres, a Venezuelan engineer and entrepreneur who turned a lay-off into an opportunity to start his own business and spend more time with his family. Carlos has a wealth of experience in the oil and gas industry, working with Schlumberger, Gulfstream Services and Royal Oaks Energy Services in various regions around the world. He is also the chapter chair of SPE GCS, the Society of Petroleum Engineers Gulf Coast Section, where he leads a diverse team of volunteers. Carlos reveals ...
Hola hola everybody, today Dr. Jflo talks with Dr. Agustin Diaz, our co-creator and host of Latinx Can Podcast en Español, about how you can support us to continue growing our community!Here are a few things you can do: Subscribe to Latinx Can wherever you listen to podcasts! Download episodes automatically or listen within the first 7 days! 24 hours and 7 day downloads are the most important to show growth! Fill out our survey! It will take less than 5 minutes and you can ente...
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