Demystifying tech interviewing Latinx leaders all over the world to get their perspective, encouragement and insights. We love when we come together with our rich diversity of cultures, beliefs, and perspectives.
Allow Yourself to Experience Your Emotions with Angel Aviles 🇻🇪🇵🇷
Angel Aviles (sher/her) boldly decided to pursue her dream of becoming an actress. A Bronx native landed roles in projects with up-and-coming directors like Quentin Tarantino, Robert Rodriguez, and many others. Today, she's a transformational life coach, a motivational speaker, and an advocate for social justice.
In this episode we discussed mental health.
Additional Reading Mentioned in the Interview: https://bit.ly/3ow0pgJ
#Latina #Coach #Motivational #Jefa #LessonsLearned
Making History in the Gaming Industry with Carolina Acosta 🇨🇴🇩🇴
Carolina Acosta is a Latina entrepreneur from Queens NY with a background in graphic design. Carolina launched a game dedicated to Latinos and she’s making history in the process since the gaming industry is white, cisgender, male-dominated, and often overlooks people of color and women.
In this episode we talked more about entrepreneurship.
Additional Reading Mentioned in the Interview: http://bit.ly/38NiayI
#Latinx #Latina #Entrepreneur #Games #LessonsLearned
Finding your Good Girl Myth with Majo Molfino 🇦🇷
We talked with Majo Molfino (she/her), a Latinx author, designer, and women’s leadership expert. She is the author of Break the Good Girl Myth and host of the HEROINE podcast featuring top female leaders, creatives, and visionaries.
In this episode we discussed more about Majo’s book, Break the Good Girl Myth, where she explores the five myths we tend to follow.
Additional Reading Mentioned in the Interview: https://bit.ly/3ylTKI0
#Latinx #Latina #LatinxAuthor #GoodGirlMyth #HeroinePodcast
Having a Different Perspective After a Sabbatical with Leandro Senna 🇧🇷
Leandro Senna (he/his), a former Designer Lead at Apple. He also has a huge experience in graphic design working for agencies. In the beginning of his career, Senna worked at Volkswagen assembling cars when he was based in São Bernardo, Brazil.
In this episode, we’re talking about sabbatical. Most of the time this is a subject so far away from our reality.
Additional Reading Mentioned in the Interview: https://bit.ly/3hMhrDo
#Latinx #Latine #Latino #Tech #Design #Sabbatical
Navigating the Dualities of Life with Adi Barreto 🇨🇺🇲🇽🏳️⚧️
We talked with Adi Mendiola Barreto (they/them), a second generation, non-binary and trans. Adi is a speaker, consultant, and activist. They received their BA in Public Relations with a minor in LGBTQ studies.
In this episode we talked more about the core of their work which is helping people align their intentions with their impact in the world.
Additional Reading Mentioned in the Interview: https://bit.ly/3yw0aUo
#Latinx #Latine #Tech #Diversity #Nonbinary #Belonging
Visions of a Remarkable Mind with Juliana Lisboa 🇧🇷
We talked with Juliana Lisboa (she, her), Global Strategy and Operations of a Google project called #IamRemarkable, that empowers underrepresented groups to celebrate their achievements in the workplace and beyond. Juliana is a curious Brazilian woman that took an unusual path by working in technology across multiple countries and cultures in the Asia Pacific.
Additional Reading Mentioned in the Interview: https://bit.ly/2Tb2pNs
#Latinx #Latine #Latina #Tech #Diversity #Selfpromotion
A must listen!!!
Thaisa is such a great host and does an amazing job highlighting the stories of the Latinx community while also giving advice in navigating your career. I would absolutely recommend taking a listen to any episode! Every person she brings on has an incredible story and tons of life lessons to share.
This is a dream coming true
I always wanted to create a podcast like that, once I heard a quote that said “if you don’t have the platform you need, you should create our own”. This was one of the reasons I created the Latinx in Power podcast and the community we’re building. I couldn’t be happier with the conversations we’re having so I wanted to thank you all ❤️🎤
I love this podcast! As a Brazilian living in the US, listening to other people from the Latinx community coming forward and sharing their experiences and knowledge is really inspiring and empowering. I love how engaging and fun the interviews are conducted. Great audio, good pace. I reccomend it to whoever is out there trying to stand tall in this land of opportunities.