Season 2

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Barbara Gonzalez - It's Okay To Pursue Your Own Version Of Happy

Barbara Gonzalez kicks off Season 2 of Creating Espacios the only way she knows how, by not being afraid to be herself and speak her mind. The episode focuses on what's next for CE, how Barbara is pursuing her own version of happy and a reminder that it's more than okay to follow your own happiness too. #CreatingEspacios

 
 
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Denise Paredes: You Wanting It Is Enough Of A Reason To Follow Your Dreams

Denise Paredes is the Founder of Equal Uprise, a lifestyle brand dedicated to producing handmade and ethically sourced products. During our conversation she shares how her career as an entrepreneur started by making the jump to follow her dreams and be a solo founder. Plus she sheds light on how important it is to have the right network of people around you. 

 
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creating espacios hour

#CreatingEspacios goes live! A full hour with four stories you won't want to miss. You'll hear how I got my start and how it led to Creating Espacios. Francesca Kennedy will remind you you're brave enough to make big asks. Patty Rodriguez gives you the definition of impostor syndrome and then tells you how to remind it you're boss. Finally Beatriz Acevedo helps us get rid of the old saying, calladita te ves mas bonita. 

 
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Francesca Kennedy: On How To Act On Your Passions, Instead Of Your Fears

Francesca Kennedy is the founder of Ix Style, a socially responsible brand that produces huarache sandals and donates 15% of its profits to organizations that help bring clean water to Guatemala. In this episode she walks us through how to get your social business off the ground, why you shouldn't be afraid to cold email and how to trust your gut and your passions! 

 
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Marines Duarte: Why Latinas Are Princess Warriors

As the founder of En Tus Zapatos, a one-stop shop for women who are conquering life at home, at work and in their relationships, Marines has created a safe haven for moms who want to embrace their careers and Latinas killing it at work who want to start a family. And, with her newest endeavor, Princesas Guerreras, she's taken her personal mission one step further. In this episode, Marines walks us through how she got the idea for Princesas Guerreras, what her career has taught her and how you can be a catalyst for change.

 
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Marly Gallardo: Building Your Hustle Starts With Not Selling Yourself Short

Marly Gallardo is a RISD-educated artist based out of New York City, but more than that she's a creative driven Latina who understands the very common dilemma of how your family and your hustle sometimes pull you in different directions. In this episode we remind you why your dreams are important and that it's never a bad idea to remind people of your value. 

 
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Gina Rodriguez: On The Importance of Being A Meaningful Specific, Instead of A Wandering Generality

Gina Rodriguez encourages Latinas to live life on their own terms and conditions because at the end of that path is where they can find happiness. On this episode of Creating Espacios she also dives into the importance of being a meaningful specific, why self-care needs to be taught and encouraged among Latinxs, and how to navigate your way through Latinx guilt. 

 
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Catherine Cuello-Fuente — Prioritize Wellness In Your Entrepreneurial Career

Catherine Cuello-Fuente is the founder of Inside Crowd and Greenhopping, an app dedicated to making healthy living more accessible. Throughout this episode we talk through the health scare that sparked her entrepreneurial career and tips on how Latinxs can embrace a healthier lifestyle. Bonus: she offers up PR advice you won't want to pass on!

 
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Mitzi Gaitan: On Being Twenty-Something, First Generation and No Longer Just Surviving

Mitzi is a twenty-something career woman, who lives in LA and balances her tech job with one of her other (big) passions - her family. This episode focuses on what it means to be first generation and no longer just surviving. For instance, disposable income...how do you make the most of it? We also touch on family guilt, moving away and learning to trust yourself.

 
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Michelle Herrera Mulligan: Learn To Get Out Of Your Own Way and Proudly Embrace Your Stories

Michelle Herrera Mulligan is the former editor-in-chief of Cosmo for Latinas and a constant champion for Latinas and the power their stories have. Throughout this episode we talk about the current political state of the country, why (now more than ever) it's important for you to tell your stories and how the first step for any progress is learning to get out of your own way.

 
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Leticia Gonzalez-Reyes: Beginning Makes The Conditions Perfect (So, No More Excuses)

Leticia Gonzalez-Reyes is the co-founder of 109 World, an org that allows you to use your social media platforms to change the world (seriously!). She and her friends - Olivia and Rachel (who you may know as Yoga Girl) - execute trips around the world with specific goals in mind. On this episode we chat about what it took for her to leave her established career path for a startup, how important it is to trust your gut and why social good will never go out of style.  

 
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Natalie Boden: You Are The Architect Of Your Own Life

Natalie Boden is the mastermind behind BODEN Agency, an award-winning agency that has worked with everyone from Target to Pepsico. During our conversation we take a step back from Natalie's biggest wins and dissect how she got here. At the core of every story is the agency Natalie has always claimed as her own — she's the architect of her own life and it's a lesson she hopes to pass on to all CE listeners.

 
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Denise Soler Cox: On Being Latina, Being American And Learning To Choose Yourself

Denise is the co-founder of Project ñ, a movement that is anchored in the many worlds first-generation Latina-Americans live in. Throughout our conversation we dive into what it takes to put together a documentary for such a movement and how doing so helped Denise come out of her shell and really learn to tell her story. The episode does an amazing job of putting the cherry on top of a season that has unintentionally always focused on inspiring you to learn to put yourself first.