Latina-Owned JZD Prepared For A Launch At Target, Years Ahead | JZD Founders Jen & Vero Zeano
Moneda Moves
by Lyanne Alfaro
1M ago
Mi gente, it’s your host Lyanne and your are listening to the last Moneda Moves episode of 2022! To close out the season, we are featuring a staple Latina brand near and dear to my heart that we’ve followed for years, the iconic apparel and accessories company Jen Zeano Designs. Its Texas-based founders and couple Jen and Vero Zeano are community-builders at their core having engaged their family, friends and locals in their business as they bootstrapped on their way to their historic debut in Target in 2022. A bit of background JZD and what it stands for: You may have run into their work via ..read more
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The Business Behind Building A Trailblazing Latina Network | We All Grow Latina Founder Ana Flores
Moneda Moves
by Lyanne Alfaro
2M ago
Today, we are talking about Latina power and community building. We speak with the founder and CEO #WeAllGrow Latina, Ana Flores, a digital and IRL lifestyle community of impactful Latinas and Femme-Latines who support and uplift each other. Their goal? To increase visibility and grow our social and economic power. The community started in 2010 and since then has grown into a following of 253K and counting on Instagram and bringing people together in person from their Las Founders events out west to their annual summit which just made a return this year. I first attended their summit several y ..read more
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How To Start Managing Your Finances Like A CEO | Her Dinero Matters Host Jen Hemphill
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by Lyanne Alfaro
2M ago
We are deep in the fourth quarter of the year and while personally it’s a time of gratitude, it’s also a time when companies are knee deep in the annual budgeting process to set themselves up for the new year. So naturally, we're also thinking about building! What are our goals, visions and plans for the new year? These are the kinds of questions we encourage you to begin thinking about as well. Today, on Moneda Moves we have a guest who is a firsthand expert in this space to share her story and practical tips for our listeners creating their financial plans for 2023: Jen Hemphill,  money ..read more
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On A Mission To Onboard One Million Latinos to Web3| Web3 Familia Co-Founders
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by Lyanne Alfaro
6M ago
Hello Moneda Moves fam, it’s your host Lyanne and I’m so excited to share today’s interview with Web3 Familia, a nonprofit DAO activating across the country to educate, onboard and connect the Latinx community in the Web3 space. But first, I want to give you a bit of a personal update that will impact our listeners of the show. Earlier this year, Moneda Moves was chosen as one of seven teams around the world to be a part of the Google Podcast Creators Program, a five-month accelerator that will provide funding and mentorship to help us grow and help us better serve you. We are so excited to sh ..read more
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Diverse Founders Are Driving the Future of Fintech | WTFintech? Creator Nicole Casperson
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by Lyanne Alfaro
7M ago
The stories we tell matter. I believe that to my core. It’s why Moneda Moves exists as a space to host more stories about the intersection of Latines, underrepresented communities and money. So you can imagine how excited I was to interview a trailblazer creating inclusive reporting around fintech, documenting diverse voices and leading the way. Today, we speak with Nicole Casperson, Creator and Founder of WTFintech? It’s a newsletter, released twice a week all about founders in fintech, trends and how that affects you, the end user. Why does fintech matter? It’s reinventing the way you do you ..read more
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How One Team Is Democratizing Access To Hollywood | Avenida Productions Founders Fanny & Nelson Grande
Moneda Moves
by Lyanne Alfaro
8M ago
In this episode of Moneda Moves you hear from Fanny Grande, an award-winning filmmaker, actor and director with more than 14 years of experience in the business. The pain points she experienced during her time in the industry are quite common. Representation in Hollywood has historically not accurately reflected the talent in our communities. Latinos are more than 18% of the US population yet make up less than six percent of the share of broadcast TV roles. Fanny saw this issue. So, together with her business and life partner, Nelson Grande, they set out to build a tech-powered solution. They ..read more
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Unlocking Economic Power Starts With Latinas | SHENIX Founder Olga Camargo
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by Lyanne Alfaro
8M ago
Today we are talking about an issue near and dear to my heart, unlocking Latina power. For a second, I want to do a flashback to a world before the pandemic, when the word “unprecedented” took a whole different meaning. It was the word we could use to describe: Latinas were projected to grow by 25.8%, close to 9 times the projected growth of white women in the labor force, the new businesses generation in our communities, and the growth in Latinas earning a college degree. Enter the pandemic, and this is when we saw our community take a hit and Latinas exit the domestic workforce at one of the ..read more
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The New Generation of Wealth Builders | The First Gen Mentor Giovanna Gonzalez
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by Lyanne Alfaro
9M ago
Building wealth and navigating a career when you’re first generation in a new country is hard. And Giovanna Gonzalez GETS IT. She’s a proud first generation American, daughter of Mexican immigrants, first generation college graduate, and first generation white collar professional. But it’s not impossible, and it’s just a bit easier when you have a mentor in your life. In the last ten years, Giovanna’s paid off her $50,000 collegiate and car debt, and today is debt-free with a net worth of $120,000+ and teaches hundreds of thousands of her followers how to build their own wealth via her brand a ..read more
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El Negocio, Socio: A Brand Strategy That Lasts| Kids of Immigrants' Daniel Buezo & Author Ashley K Stoyanov Ojeda
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by Lyanne Alfaro
10M ago
Welcome to part II of the two-part series between Moneda Moves and Latinx professional network La Nueva Link. We’re talking all about Making it and building a brand identity that lasts. Joining me today on the panel is co-founder for the network, Deb Renteria. Thank you so much for joining us, Deb. Also joining us to share her expertise is author of "Jefa In Training" Ashley K Stoyanov Ojeda. Latinx-owned businesses are the fastest-growing segment of the U.S small business ecosystem. It’s a fact. But in a highly competitive environment, the stakes are also high. Per Bureau of Labor Statistics ..read more
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El Negocio, Socio: Fundraising The Big $1 Million | Shop Latinx's Brittany Chavez & LAT VC's Laura Moreno Lucas
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by Lyanne Alfaro
10M ago
Today, we're talking about the big $1 million dollars and how to successfully fundraise in today's digital age. In the first of a two-part series done in collaboration with Latinx professional network La Nueva Link, we discuss what it takes to fundraise and build a brand that lasts. Latino entrepreneurs historically have had difficulty attaining the capital from banks and investors needed to survive and scale. Per a report published by McKinsey, “Latinos have the lowest rate of using bank and financial institution loans to start their businesses compared with other racial and ethnic groups,” l ..read more
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