We recognized 10 outstanding Latina leaders nominated as part of the Advancing Latina Leaders series and debuted our community “story-tellers,” activists, organizers, business and civic leaders who shared their personal journeys of how they are uplifting a new generation of leaders in our city. Our storytellers engaged in a fireside chat led by Julio Ricardo Varela from El Futuro Media Group.

March 29, 2019

6 – 9 PM

ArtsEmerson
Jackie Liebergott Black Box Theatre
559 Washington Street
Boston, MA
 

Storytellers

Cristela Guerra

Cristela Guerra

Arts and Culture Reporter for The ARTery, WGBH
Yari Golden-Castaño

Yari Golden-Castaño

STEAM Outreach Coordinator & Speaker, Systems Engineer, Mars One 100 Candidate
Jaqueline Landaverde

Jaqueline Landaverde

High School Student Activist
Marisela Marrero

Marisela Marrero

President at Good Samaritan Medical Center -Steward Health Care
Ana Masacote

Ana Masacote

Award-winning Latin Dance Specialist, Educator, and Womanpreneur
Grace Moreno

Grace Moreno

Executive Director, Massachusetts LGBT Chamber of Commerce
Melisa Valdez

Melisa Valdez

Professional Dancer and Dance Coach

Fireside Chat led by

Julio's Bio

Julio's Bio

JULIO RICARDO VARELA

Digital Media Director, Futuro Media Group
Co-host, In The Thick
Founder, Latino Rebels

We are recognizing 10 outstanding Latina leaders nominated as part of the Amplify Latina Leaders series.

Latina Leaders

Caroline Trujillo

Caroline Trujillo

ARCO, LLC
Claudia Ortiz

Claudia Ortiz

MassBay Community College
Debra Joy Perez

Debra Joy Perez

Simmons College
Eleanore Velez

Eleanore Velez

Berkshire Community College
Ellie Sanchez

Ellie Sanchez

Generation Citzen
Maritza Rosario

Maritza Rosario

Women's Lunch Place
Mary Jo Marión

Mary Jo Marión

Worcester State University
Teury Marte

Teury Marte

Massachusetts Rehabilitation Committee
Yessy Feliz

Yessy Feliz

Tails, Inc.
Yinnette Sano

Yinnette Sano

Excel Academy Charter Schools

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