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Interview with SFBATCO and Marcelo Javier Today we talk with Marcelo Javier from SFBATCO. SFBATCO or San Francisco Bay Area Theater Company. SFBATCO is a Black, Latine, & Asian-led non-profit organization, produces compelling theater that builds community, fosters cross-cultural dialogue, promotes social justice, and authentically reflects the expe…
 
This week we had a conversation with Marisol Bohorquez Godoy. She is the founder of “Vuela Palabra.com, a literary magazine that specializes in poetry in Spanish, English, and Italian. Marisol Bohorquez Godoy was born in Santa Maria, Huila, Colombia. She is a Poet, a write, a painter, and an industrial Engineer. She is a published author, with coll…
 
This week we have a fun conversation with Maestro Hector Armienta and Soprano Violeta Cecilia Lopez about a new Opera that tell the stories of local farmers during the pandemia. “Mi Camino” was created by composer Héctor Armienta this year. gives voice to farmworkers in the greater Bay Area. Through song and multimedia, “Mi Camino” portrays real st…
 
Nancy Marmolejo Today we will be talking with Nancy Marmolejo. She is an Executive Coach who teaches entrepreneurs and leaders how to access their Deep Genius, that one-of-a-kind combination of innate strengths, life experiences and expertise that only you bring to the table. She’s received several awards for her role as a Latina entrepreneur and h…
 
Dr. Ricardo Baeza-Yates, PhD Today we are featuring a talk with Dr. Ricardo Baeza-Yates, PhD. He is CTO of NTENT, a semantic search technology company based in Northern California. He is also part-time director of data science in Northeastern University at Silicon Valley. Before, he was VP of Research at Yahoo Labs, until 2016. He obtained a Ph.D. …
 
Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwing Today, we are sharing a conversation with Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin. She is a a licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience in private practice and research work. She has a B.S. in Psychology, from Columbia University, a M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fordham University, a M.B.A., Entrepren…
 
Doctor Michele Barry Today we are publishing a conversation we had few weeks ago wit Doctor Michele Barry, Board Chair of the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) and past President of the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. She is also a professor at the medical school in Stanford University, a Senior associate Dean, …
 
Luis Fernandez, director of CINCIA For this show, we had at the station CINCIA’s director Luis E. Fernandez. He is the Executive Director of the Amazon Scientific Innovation Center and Assistant Professor of Research (CINCIA), Department of Biology, Wake Forest University. Fernandez is a tropical ecologist and an expert in the dynamics and impact o…
 
This month, representatives from different tribes, ethnicities, and countries of the Amazonian rainforest and other rainforests of South America will meet at Stanford University. They will be brought by efforts from different organizations inside and outside Stanford. Dr. Jose Fragoso, from the California Academy of Sciences They will be talking ab…
 
Natassia Rodriguez, Research Analyst The growth in the number of Latino-owned firms in the United States is outpacing growth in number among other firms in the nation. In fact, the five-year average growth rate in the number of Latino firms has remained at double or triple that of the national average for the past fifteen years. All this growth pre…
 
Founder and Executive Director Maria Celier Today show is a conversation with María Célérier, founder and Executive Director of the foundation “Kids Vission”. They main mission is to engage girls into STEM education. They started with the vision that that girls in Silicon Valley need to know how STEAM is applied in real life, and suggested offering…
 
Today we are talking with Ramon and Becky Sandoval from “Vino with Amigos” events and “Vino Latino”. They have a company that helps promote a variety of wines from Napa and Sonoma Valley, making emphasis in the contributions that Latinos made on the production of this wines, while spreading their knowledge of wine introductions and oenophila. Wine …
 
Today we are talking with Rosalinda Zepeda, A.K.A. “Rosy The Closer”, a Mexican American that excels in the field of negotiations. Since an early age, Zepeda has been able to master the art of closing deals. She has also developed different workshops to help professionals to be more successful in their negotiations thru her company “The Latina Succ…
 
Today we are talking from Stanford, all the way with Ecuador, and with a Snack company that has expanded their mission to help other companies to grow and innovate. We are talking about KIWA, and KIWA Investment Summit. The KIWA Investment Summit intends to harness the spirit of innovation, sustainability, culture and community. Their plan is to co…
 
Today our guest is Startup Chile, and for that, we are talking directly from Stanford with its executive director Rocio Fonseca in Santiago de Chile. Startup Chile is a seed incubator that the Government of Chile founded to inspire and engage innovation in Latin America and Chile itself. It receives over two hundred companies and projects each year…
 
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