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.
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.
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
Dr. Deniz Enverova was born in Bulgaria but moved to the US when she was 10 years old. She knew from a very young age that she wanted to be an archeologist. While her parents were trying to navigate the American dream, Deniz did whatever she needed to make sure she became an archeologist and fulfil her dream only to realize the limitations that go with it. This is her story.
Gladiatrix podcast host talks about the importance of being independent. You will learn the path if you know where you want to go.Belief, mindset, being intentional is important. In this episode, Malini talks about her experiences and where she may be going. This is her story.
Dr.Sev Bryan was born and raised in Jamaica but moved to the US in her late 20's. Having a passion for personal finance led her on a path to teaching and a doctorate in Accounting. When a divorce forced her to put into the practice the very concepts she was teaching, she decided to help other women starting out others especially in their 40's and 50's
Jay and Apsara were born and raised in India in traditional Tamil Brahmin households. They went to college, got jobs and got married to their husbands not realizing that something was missing. It was only when they met each other did they recognize that missing piece.
At a time when homosexuality was illegal in India, they had to find a way to make it work.
Today Jay and Apsara live in San Francisco with their 10-year old twin boys while juggling work and raising a family. This is their story.