Claudia Ordaz: A Proud Latina Working for the People of Texas
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6d ago
Episode 53 – In this episode of the Latino Business Report, podcast host J.R. Gonzales and Texas State Representative Claudia Ordaz have a candid conversation about what it is like to be a Texas lawmaker. Ordaz also talks about the bill she filed and her efforts to stop predatory lending in the state of Texas. You can more about Ordaz at https://ordazperez.com/   ..read more
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Monica Saldivar, Keeping Tejano Music Alive
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2w ago
Episode 51 - In this episode of the Latino Business Report our guest is Tejano music artist Monica Saldivar. Monica exemplifies a new generation of Tejano artists. Since the recording of this podcast episode Monica’s song, Infraganti, made it to Number 1 on one of the Tejano music charts. Monica’s dedication, determination, and love for the genre is an example of why Tejano Music will never die. Monica's Website - https://monicasaldivar.square.site/   ..read more
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New Year’s Resolutions: Why We Keep Them and Why We Don’t
Latino Business Report
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1M ago
Episode 50 - In this episode of the Latino Business Report we welcome back Laura Ramirez. Laura is a licensed psychotherapist practicing in Houston, Texas. In this first episode of the New Year, we talk about why some people keep their New Year’s Resolutions and why they don’t Laura is also going to give us some tips on how to keep the resolutions you make each year but just can’t seem to keep. You can now follow us on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/latinobusinessreport/?hl=en ..read more
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Coping with Anxiety and Depression During the Holidays
Latino Business Report
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1M ago
Episode 49 -Not everyone enjoys this time of year. The holidays for some are full of stress, anxiety, depression, and even Suicidal ideation. In this episode of the Latino Business Report, our guest is Laura Ramirez, a licensed psychotherapist practicing in Houston, Texas. Laura gives listeners tips and methods of how to cope with feelings of anxiety and depression during the holidays   Equally important Laura tells us what to watch for and what to do when dealing with someone experiencing anxiety or depression. The 9-8-8 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline is a United States-based suicide prev ..read more
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The Boy From Mexico: An Immigration Story for Children
Latino Business Report
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1M ago
Episode 48 - In this episode of the Latino Business Report, we welcome back Edward Dennis. Edward is an author and illustrator who has just published his first book. It is a much-needed children’s book titled The Boy from Mexico. The story is about a 14-year-old boy who leaves his home and family in Mexico in search of a better life in the United States. In today’s political and economic landscape, a comprehensive understanding of immigration is challenging. I can only imagine what this plight looks like through the eyes of a child. The Boy from Mexico is a beautifully illustrated bi-lingual c ..read more
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Hispanic Students Succeed Together as Familia
Latino Business Report
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2M ago
Episode 47 - In this episode of the Latino Business Report, you will hear from two exceptional student leaders, Christian Avalos, and Paola Gallardo. Both are first-generation college students at the University of Houston. Christian and Paola hold leadership positions in the Hispanic Business Student Association (HBSA), the largest student organization on campus with 450 student members. With 65 planned events a semester HBSA is a one-of-a-kind organization that empowers its members through programs and activities. For more info on HBSA at the University of Houston contact Christian Avalos - h ..read more
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Ollie Cantos: Overcoming Obstacles on His Path to Achievement
Latino Business Report
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3M ago
 Episode 46 – In this episode of the Latino Business Report you will meet Ollie Cantos. Ollie is an extremely accomplished individual who has learned to overcome personal setbacks and deal with life’s obstacles. His “Can Do” attitude is infectious. Over the years Ollie has received countless accolades and recognitions for his accomplishments and community service. It was his selfless act of mentoring and then adopting blind, pre-teen, triplets from Columba that made Ollie an inspirational role model ..read more
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Of Course Hispanics Love Baseball!
Latino Business Report
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4M ago
Episode 45 - Hello Podcast Fans and Welcome to the Latino Business Report. In this episode, your Host J.R. Gonzales interviews two young Texas Ranger Baseball Club employees Stephanie Gaytan, and Jose Garcia. To better recognize and celebrate Hispanic Heritage at Globe Life Field this year, Garcia pitched an out-of-the-box idea and Gaytan went to bat for him with the front office. Their idea and efforts knocked Hispanic Game Night attendance Out of the Park. Because of Jose’s idea and Stephine’s support, Major League Baseball is taking a second look at the Power of the Latino Market.   ..read more
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A Girl From the Bronx Who Dared to Follow Her Dreams - Part 2
Latino Business Report
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4M ago
Episode 44 – In this episode, we continue the conversation with April Hernandez Castillo, April is an Actor, Keynote Speaker, and Author. She is a survivor and advocate for intimate partner violence. Best known for her riveting performance as “Eva” in the hit movie, Freedom Writers, starring Hilary Swank, April Hernandez Castillo was living the Hollywood dream. She started on TV shows such as; Person of Interest, Law & Order: SVU, Dexter, and New Amsterdam to name a few. However, behind the glitz and glamor was a woman dealing secretly with a traumatic past. Since the recording of this epi ..read more
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Kristin Diaz, a Millennial Whose Superpower is Being Latina
Latino Business Report
by TAMACC
4M ago
Episode 42 -To Kick-Off National Hispanic Heritage Month 2022, the Latino Business Report profiles Kristin Diaz, an Award-Winning News Anchor / Reporter with NewsRadio 1080 KRLD in Dallas, Texas. Kristen advocates for the Hispanic community and other people of color, she makes sure their voices are Heard, and that their Faces are seen. She is smart and determined, and she also knows how to overcome corporate obstacles. Embracing her culture and roots Kristin Diaz has made Being Latina her Superpower ..read more
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