Recent Episodes

Alba Contreras was born in Venezuela but moved to Boston when she was 9. Being undocumented did not stop her from dreaming to go to college or going to law school. Today she is a mom of two, a Latina lawyer who helps Latinx lawyers build their own law firm on their own terms. This is her story.

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Sona Nambiar was born in India but has lived in Dubai for at least 25 years. She calls herself an accidental journalist. She went from working woman to wife and mother to a single mother and entreprenuer. She talks about how she was able to transition to those roles and how taking naps and friends who are like family(framily) helped her cope. She is also a creative photographer who loves filming 1 minute stories about cities and its people. This is her story.

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Orlenda was born in Guatemala and came to the US when she was 10. She did not realize she was undocumented until her senior year of high school. From findng scholarships for college to racking up a credit card debt to finally paying off her debt while helping her mother create an emergency fund, Orlenda helps women of color get outof debt and negotiate. This is her story.

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Leanne Sia talks about how she went from construction to coaching. A mum of 2 young daughters, she talks about cultivating self worth, silencing your inner critic and importance of coaching. This is her story

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The Dreamlab hosted the Self Mastery Conference in NYC. Hosted by daughters of immigrants for Latinas and Women of Color, this was high energy, hard hitting and drove the points home. Check out the speakers and what they talked about.

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It has been over a year since I started my podcast and I thought it was time to reintroduce myself. Who am I? What is this podcast about? Why did I start it? How did I get started? And where am I going to go from here? Did you know it all started with a solo trip around the world? Listen to hear more.

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Ritika was born in India but like she says raised in both Bollywood and Hollywood. She talks about her experiences growing up as a South Asian immigrant, dealing with expectations and learning to read the signs that allows her to follow her dream. This is her story

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