Meet the Women on Siempre Mujer Magazine’s 7th Annual List of Inspiring Hispanic Women
Siempre Mujer magazine’s 7th annual “Always Inspiring” issue hit newsstands Friday honoring women for their inner beauty through their hands-on dedication to important causes in the Hispanic community. It’s signature Siempre Inspiran October/November feature honorees the following Latinas:
- Irene Ochoa
- Ann Solorio Brownell
- Dulce Matuz
- Jeannette Grauer
- Melina Garcia
The “Women Who Inspire” were interviewed by famous activists and communicators, such as Mercedes Soler (CNN en Espanol Host), Adamari Lopez (cancer survivor and actress), Natalia Jimenez (Singer), Satcha Pretto (Univision news anchor), Maria Hinojosa (Investigative journalist and radio personality-PBS).
In addition to the magazine, Siempre Mujer is hosting the “Women Who Inspire” Facebook charity program, which enables Facebook fans to vote on the woman who most inspires them. This year, to bring the Siempre Inspiran editorial feature to life, a special voting application tab is featured on Siempre Mujer’s Facebook page, allowing followers to vote for the woman who most inspires them. The woman who receives the most votes will receive a $10,000 grant for their charity. Vote today through November 26th on the Siempre Mujer Facebook page.
In addition to the women featured in the magazine, there are a few more deserving women featured on their Facebook page. You can see a preview below:
– ESTELLA SANCHEZ – Estella Sanchez has created a space in Sacramento for her community to live, love, and grow. Estella is the Founder and Director of Sol Collective Arts and Cultural Center, a community-based partnership focused on celebrating art, culture and activism to create community empowerment. Sol Collective hosts art exhibitions, a variety of workshops, mentorship programs, community forums, and music events.
– CLAUDIA DE LA CRUZ – With a focus on helping youth have access to civil and human rights, Claudia De la Cruz serves as founder and general coordinator of Da Urban Butterflies Youth Leadership Development Project (D.U.B). D.U.B is a membership-based project that empowers young women living in Washington Heights, NY and New York City, to establish leadership development skills.
– JACKLYN ROSA – Jacklyn Rosa of Williamsburg Brooklyn, co-founded Artists for Creative Theatre, Inc, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing young adults interested in the performing arts with acting and music workshops. Rosa’s greatest aspirations are for Artists for Creative Theatre to become a hub for artistic social change, where young adults feel safe to develop their creative works of expression.
– DR. GABRIELA SALVADOR – Dr. Gabriela Salvador, MD, MPH, serves as Pro Mujer’s Director of Health & Human Development. In this role, Dr. Salvador oversees all of Pro Mujer’s global healthcare initiatives and strategy, advocating for underprivileged women in Latin American countries.
– JESSICA GONZALEZ-ROJAS – Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas serves as the Executive Director at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health (NLIRH), the only national reproductive justice organization that specifically works to advance reproductive health and rights for Latinas. Jessica is a strong voice for Latinas, building a strong Latina grassroots presence.Tell us what you think in the comments below or on:
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