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ELLA Founder Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin Named 2013 Hispanic Business Influential!

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On the heels of a very exciting week for the ELLA Leadership Institute, ELLA’s Founder & CEO, Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin, has been named one of Hispanic Business Magazine’s 2013 Hispanic Business Influentials! Noted for her work as an entrepreneur, social media influencer, and mental health professional, Dr. Perez-Litwin joins 49 other Latino movers and shakers […]

Your LATINAS THINK BIG LA Event Cheat Sheet!

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The LATINAS THINK BIG™ LA event is only a few days away, and we couldn’t be more excited! This event isn’t just about sharing five Latina trailblazers’ BIG IDEAS; it’s about providing all participants with multiple platforms from which to conceive and discuss their BIG IDEAS with other, like-minded mujeres! On the BIG DAY, all […]

ELLA Uses Google To Think Outside The Box

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These days, if you want to expand your business, you have to think outside the cubicle! That’s why when Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin had the BIG IDEA to launch the ELLA Leadership Institute, she looked to Google Apps to handle everything from setting up an online office space to managing her social media outreach, and everything […]

Latinas Think BIG: LA–Gratitude DAY–October 15, 2013

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Inspirational speaker, blogger, and entrepreneur Zulmara Maria shares her BIG IDEA in anticipation of ELLA’s LATINAS THINK BIG LA event! Share your BIG IDEA with Latina Bloggers Connect and enter to win a trip to New York City for the ELLA Leadership Institute’s Training Conference next Spring! Hurry, the contest ends October 10th.  Originally published […]

Meet the LATINAS THINK BIG LA Presenters!

Dr. Angelica Perez-Litwin, ELLA Leadership Institute, Latina leadership, career development, professional development, Latina career coach

The LATINAS THINK BIG™ LA event is only one  week away, and we can’t hardly wait to introduce you to our five trailblazing presenters: Rocio Romero, Nora Cadena, Pamela Campos-Palma, Estefania Cruz, and Veronica Villafañe! As the BIG day draws near, take a look at just how each of these  mujeres’ BIG IDEAS have changed the  landscape […]

3 Common Time Wasters at Work–an Infographic

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Most of us start the work week with a long to-do list and the good intentions to conquer it! However, many of us find that by the end of the week, we haven’t accomplished as much as we set out to. Why is that? While it’s tempting to say that there simply aren’t enough hours […]

Celebrating Women in Music: Tania León

Tania León, Celebrating Latinas in Music

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month NEW LATINA will feature five amazing of Latinas of the past and present, each week.  We are proud to kick off our Hispanic Heritage Month series with the fabulous voices, faces and minds of Latin music! Tania León Tania León (May 14, 1943) is a Cuban-born composer, conductor, pianist, co-founder of the […]

Latina Spotlight on Jacky Diaz, Founder of Amigapreneur

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  When Jacqueline Diaz was laid off from her last full-time job, she made the decision to create her own brand. Armed with a severance package and a dream, she launched Amigapreneur, an online platform dedicated to teaching Latinas how to becoming “sizzling hot entrepreneurs.” Each week, Jacky hosts an Amigapreneur podcast in which she […]

Introducing LATINAS THINK BIG L.A.’s Sponsors & Media Partners

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The ELLA Leadership Institute is proud to announce that it has partnered with Google, New York Life, and Latina Bloggers Connect to bring the highly anticipated LATINAS THINK BIG event to  L.A. on October 11, 2013! Here’s everything you need to know about the trailblazing sponsors helping to bring the LATINAS THINK BIG event to our West […]

Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month: Helen Rodriguez-Trias–Pediatrician, Women’s Rights Advocate and Health Educator.

Helen Rodriguez-Trias, Hispanic Heritage Month

Helen Rodriguez-Trias (1929-2001) was doctor, women’s right’s advocate and health educator.  Born in New York in 1929 to Puerto Rican parents, Helen Rodriguez-Trias was motivated, early-on in life to help others.  She graduated from the University of Puerto Rico in 1957, where she was a student advocate and member of the Puerto Rican Nationalist Party.  […]

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