"Immigrants are contributors to the U.S." Latinos who are workers are just as important as doctors, scientists, politicians, and great thinkers of this great nation.
Inez Gonzalez: Achieving a high educationInez Gonzalez graduated from Harvard University and is proud to be an example to those who desire to achieve a higher education.
Jaime Elizalde: Work hard to gain successJaime Elizalde grew up watching his father work hard in a farm and earn so little. This motivated him to want to be successful in life.
Julie Garcia: Identity always a challengeDespite her up-bringing, Julie Garcia will never negate that she has always identified herself as a proud and independent latina.
Monica Gil: Being latina is cause of SuccessMonica Gil values the latin culture which in turn has allowed her to be a strong and effective executive in the U.S.
Liliana Gil realized power of latino trendLiliana Gil came to the understanding as a Business Entrepreneur in the U.S., the power that latinos hold as a culture who has helped diversify the...
Giselle Acevedo loved dancing with her motherGiselle Acevedo remembers how much she loved listening to music with her mother as a child.
"Making Your Parents Proud"Ariana Cabrera, attorney at law, always acknowledged the need to make her parents proud.
The Mission of Ma. Elena SalinasAs a journalist, Ma. Elena Salinas represents the Latino community in the U.S.
In the U.S. everyone can improve their LifeMercedes Ruiz arrived to this country without speaking any English and decided to learn the language. Shortly there-after, she was able to get her first...
The Importance of Defending Immigrant RightsKatherine Vargas from Colombia speaks on immigrant rights and the importance to migrate legally into the United States.
Education is the Key to Success"We need for the majority to know that we are like them. That we have the same dreams and aspirations." - Alex Nogales.
The Legacy of a Mexican MotherAraceli Padilla learned the value of entrepreneurship through her mother's example.