women-in-tech

Rosario B. Casas is closing digital divide for Hispanics with #Brooklyn2Bogota

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Brooklyn2Bogota is a digital incubator for Hispanic business owners created by BCPartnersTech and led by women-in-tech advocate Rosario B. Casas and Felipe Andrés Forero Hauzeur. The program aims to help close the digital divide post-COVID for business owners and entrepreneurs by focusing on empowerment, digital transformation, and business growth through a variety of activities and mentor lectures. 

Almirca Santiago on forging and choosing a career path that fulfills YOU

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Almirca has a clear vision of her work now, but it was not always this way. Growing up and throughout college, Almirca was not quite sure where her career path would take her. She knew she wanted to help others, especially fellow Latinos within her community, but what exactly her career would be, remained a mystery for some time. 
Claudia Vazquez, Prudential

Servant Leader Claudia Vazquez shares 5-step recipe for success

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Claudia is a bilingual and bicultural Latina Leader. Currently she is a Director of Product Management within Prudential’s Group Insurance Customer Solutions Unit. There she leads the Business Resolution Team, which manages key activities and elements of the portfolio sales cycle. Claudia focuses much of her time assessing innovative customer solutions to help solve customer challenges. In addition to her work at Prudential, she is also a servant leader who is passionate about education and strives to amplify the voices of women and children.
12 latina leaders

12 Latina leaders honored in 2020

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This past year has been challenging like no other but among the turbulent times, powerful Latinas rose up as inspirational leaders. As we look back on this year here at Latinas In Business, let us take a moment to celebrate our Latina Leaders of 2020 and reflect on their inspirational journeys and the wisdom they have shared with us. 
gender inclusion in the workplace

Mariela Dabbah, the perils of a global pandemic for gender inclusion in the workplace

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As 2020 draws to a close, Mariela Dabbah, founder and CEO of the Red Shoe Movement, reflects on the Covid-19 pandemic impact for gender inclusion in the workplace.
Leading Ladies of Entertainment

Latina Leading Ladies of Entertainment to be honored in virtual ceremony

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The Latin Recording Academy will honor four Latina leaders in…
pacifier clips

Shop handcrafted, custom pacifier clips for your "Little Amour"

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If you’re a mom, you know how babies can be with their pacifiers.…
Hello Alice

Say 'Hello Alice' to the platform that is opening doors for small businesses and new entrepreneurs

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Every entrepreneur is familiar with the struggle of getting started.…
minority women's healthcare.

What's at stake for minority women's healthcare after Barrett's Supreme Court confirmation

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This past Tuesday, Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the newest Supreme Court Justice, filling the place left by the late Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Her confirmation to the Supreme Court brings a lot of uncertainty for the future of minority women's health.