Demystifying tech interviewing Latinx leaders all over the world to get their perspective, encouragement and insights. The Latinx community is an ensemble of unique identities and backgrounds, and we love when we come together with our rich diversity of cultures, beliefs, and perspectives.
Helping People Land Their Dream Job in Product Management with Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia 🇪🇸
Conversation with Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia, the Founder and CEO of Product School. We invited Carlos to our podcast because he has an interesting journey building global companies and digital products and this is a subject we’d like to bring to our podcast. Technically he’s not a Latino, but a Hispanic since Carlos is from Spain, and we think we share a lot of similarities with each other. We talked about his journey, entrepreneurship and of course Product Management.
Competed in the Olympics. Now Leading the Figma EMEA Sales Team with Nathalie Marchino 🇨🇴
We talked with Nathalie Marchino, as our first guest of 2021, a former professional rugby player born in Colombia who lived in Switzerland and has turned into a great tech business leader. With a BS Finance in International Business, Nathalie is helping to make design accessible as an EMEA Head of Sales at Figma. She has also worked at Google, LinkedIn, and Twitter. We’re always so inspired to hear stories from people who break into tech.
We Need to Stop the Referral Funnel Coming from the Same People with Linda Ruiz David 🇲🇽🇵🇷
Conversation with Linda Ruiz David, an Industrial Engineer from Mexico City. Linda is currently working as a Principal Recruiter at Growth by Design. She founded and led Pinterest's first Latinx and Hispanic community, Todos Pincluidos. Linda works on creating inclusive, empathetic and fun work cultures. She was also on the Board for Latinas in Tech, worked at IBM, and General Electric among others.
Leading IT Teams in the Gaming Industry While Empowering Herself and Everyone Around Her with Cristina Rufeisen 🇧🇷
Senior Director, IT Program Management at Electronic Arts. Cristina Rufeisen is an accomplished IT leader with experience in the high-tech, digital media, and life sciences industries leading global teams to develop, deploy and support business solutions.
In this episode we talked about leading IT teams in the game industry, finding your voice and asking for what you need, the power of the Latinx community and the secrets for having self compassion and growing your career.
Finding Your Voice and Creating Art to Make Space for Others While Being an IT Leader and Entrepreneur with Diana Mucci 🇵🇷
Chicago-based Afro-Latina author, playwright, poet, and producer who has performed as an actress and has written, published, and produced short stories, children’s books, indie films, and full-length plays. Diana is a former English teacher, IT sales executive, and fashion entrepreneur. We had an inspiring conversation about her childhood, using the written language and the theater to express herself and find her voice, entrepreneurship, and many laughs.
Looking for Latinxs Representation in Films and Movies While Working in the Medical Field with Rosa Parra 🇲🇽
Conversation with Rosa Parra, a Chicana born and raised in East LA. Rosa became interested in films at a young age and just recently decided to become a film critic. She’s currently working towards her Bachelors's in Film and Media studies. Rosa's primary job aids in the medical field as she's a certified electron microscopist, that means a specialized lab technician and works in a hospital in Los Angeles.
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The podcast content and Thai’s thoughts are so meaningful! She cares about crafting a beautiful story and that’s what we all get in each episode. Excellent profesional and extraordinary human being, which explains the quality of the material!I can only wish the best , I’m sure we will continue seeing more impact in the community, starting from here!
Muy interesante y divertido
Este es mi podcast favorito. Las entrevistas me ayudan a entender y sobrepasar mis desafios profesionales y hacer planes para los próximos pasos en mi carrera.
Hay muchas historias parecidas a la mía, es como platicar con amigos.
¡Me siento orgullosa de mis raíces y mi acento en inglés!
Have the opportunity to hear amazing things that several fellow Latinx are doing around the world is so inspiring!
I love this podcast :)