All Episodes

012: Teens Talking Mental Health

Feb. 23, 2021

In this episode I chat with a group of teens launching their own podcast, Teens Talking Mental Health which will focus on mental health both with a professional and personal standpoint all from the point of view of those directly impacted. Bringing the topic of the current mental health crisis to t…

Mental Health Pnw

011: Brunch Chat with Chelsey & Georgann

Nov. 24, 2020

A quick post brunch chat with friends in my COVID bubble.  We cover stress, the 2020 election, and COVID.

Intersectionality Latinx Relationships Society & Culture

010: Kristine Rodriguez-GRL Collective pt.2

Oct. 27, 2020

With the foundation of GRL Collective being laid for a few years, in a pandemic Kristine created care packages for GRLs to support other GRLs that lead to an uptick in business. A few amazing shoutouts allowed the brand to reach a new level on its journey. With the support of amazing family and fri…

Intersectionality Latinx Mental Health Relationships Society & Culture

009: Kristine Rodriguez-GRL Collective pt.1

Oct. 20, 2020

Part 1 from hours spent watching Tik Toks to interacting with the GRLs of GRL Collective to discussing getting tattoos at home I chat with Kristine Rodriguez of GRL Collective. That after testifying against her abuser who was her then stepfather Kristen felt she needed to go on her own journey to r…

008: Vanessa Laughlin-Banister Advisors pt.2

Oct. 13, 2020

Founder of Banister Advisors Vanessa Laughlin explains how she has built a team that can best serve the community. Her experience as a Latina set her up for success, by understanding and seeing how many people it takes to support a person. The importance of having a Jewish mother on the team allows…

007: Vanessa Laughlin pt.1-Banister Advisors

Oct. 6, 2020

In this episode I chat with Vanessa Laughlin Founder of Banister Advisors . That after personal experience of helping her family navigate the entirety of what end of life looks like for a family build a business. Recognizing that if this was just her experience that there had to be others that need…

006: Jonathan Carmona pt.2

Sept. 22, 2020

In part 2 of my interview with Jonathan we delve more into the personal aspects that shape his EDI lens both personally and professionally. This episode is dedicated to his cousin Steven who has had a lasting impact on a family and will never know how he is changing the face of the world.

005: Jonathan Carmona pt.1

Sept. 8, 2020

In part 1 of my interview with Jonathan Carmona he shares his journey as a Cis Queer Latinx man that is multicultural and bilingual. His journey into Talent Acquisition for a pediatric healthcare organization. As the first in his family to complete higher education completing his undergrad at UCLA …

004: Nari Weaver

Aug. 25, 2020

A leader paving a way in the marketing field building a path of her own while managing multiple endeavors, family, and volunteerism. Open with postpartum and finding a light with Make a Wish.

Intersectionality Latinx Pnw Relationships Society & Culture

003: Pilar Pacheco pt. 2

Aug. 11, 2020

We continue to get to know Pilar Pacheco and how she manages more personal relationship with a long distance relationship. How COVID-19 has made her pivot and how she has already been used to long distance relationships.

Intersectionality Latinx Pnw Relationships Society & Culture

002: Pilar Pacheco pt. 1

July 28, 2020

A Chilean American working in philanthropy building capacity for a large non-profit working largely in humanitarian sector. In the part one of a two part interview we learn a bit about Pilar Pacheco's journey to working in philanthropy at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. We discuss her work dev…

001: Meet Joe Arredondo

May 18, 2020

Meet the host of My Latinx Life Joe Arredondo as he introduce himself to listeners. A quick background on himself and what to expect from this show.

000: Trailer

May 16, 2020

My Latinx Life, an exploration of my journey to learn, educate, and highlight Latinx leaders in a comfortable setting similar to your moms kitchen. We will explore passion projects, community movements, intersectionality, culture, history, and mental health all with a leadership lens. An overarchin…