Dr. Ellen Ochoa - We Are All Scientists
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
Dr. Ellen Ochoa shares her journey as one of the only women, and only Latina, in STEAM. Through hard work and perseverance, she made her way into our history books as the first Latina woman to go to space. Dr. Ochoa opens up about her career trajectory, her leadership philosophy, and her advice for the next generation of Latinos in STEAM ..read more
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The Present, and the Future, is Latina
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
Rep. Linda Sanchez never saw herself as a leader growing up but once she learned to operate as a leader, there was no stopping her. Throughout her career in Congress, she’s broken a number of glass ceilings - paving the way not just for Latinas, but for all women to do the same ..read more
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Rep. Pete Aguilar – A leader who brings people together
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
On this episode of “Here to Lead” Congressman and CHCI Advisory Council Member Pete Aguilar (CA-31) sits with host Marco Davis to talk about his life growing up in Southern California and what pushed him to run for his first elected office ..read more
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Rep. Jesús "Chuy" García- The community organizer
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
Congressman and CHCI Advisory Council Jesús "Chuy" García (IL-04) joins this episode to talk about his journey from growing up in Mexico to arriving in the Windy City of Chicago not knowing any English, to organizing and eventually representing his “barrio” in Chicago ..read more
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Amb. Julissa Reynoso – Never forgetting home
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
Ambassador to Spain and Andorra, Julissa Reynoso, joins this episode of Here to Lead where she shares her story as an immigrant in New York having to learn a new language. Through commitment, hard work, and discipline she later finds herself in some of the most powerful spaces in the country – and the world – as Chief of Staff to First Lady Jill Biden and an ambassador representing the U.S. overseas.  ..read more
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Secretary Miguel Cardona – Being bridgebuilders to serve the greater good
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
Secretary Miguel Cardona joins us for a candid conversation. He shares stories of growing up as a proud Puerto Rican in Meriden, Connecticut and how those roots led him to one of the most powerful institutions in our country. He explains how his biculturalism shaped him and what he’s doing every day to ensure that all children, especially Latino children, succeed ..read more
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The Journey to Public Service
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
On this special episode, Marco Davis sits with three CHCI alumni who serve as Chiefs of Staff for Members of Congress: Sandra Alcala for Rep. Filemon Vela (TX-34), Bertha ‘Bee’ Alisia Guerrero for Rep. Jimmy Gomez (CA-34), and Gerardo Bonilla Chavez for Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (NY-14). Sandra, Bee and Gerardo share stories about their personal and professional journeys, their experiences as Latinos working for Members of Congress, and how participating in leadership programs like CHCI’s has enriched their lives. Sandra, Bee and Gerardo also share powerful st ..read more
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Esteban Santos - Challenges Are Not Barriers
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
Esteban Santos, Executive Vice President of Operations at Amgen, lays out his personal and professional mission to develop a diverse pipeline of hardworking talent in America’s corporate workforce, particularly within the STEM fields, and how Amgen is leading the biotechnology sector in their investments in healthcare innovation and cultivating Latino leadership ..read more
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Alejandra Y. Castillo - Each Other’s Keepers
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
Alejandra Y. Castillo, former CEO of the YWCA USA, noted public leader, and alumna of the CHCI Public Policy Fellowship, shares powerful lessons of compassion learned from her Dominican American upbringing in Queens, her life-long passion for learning and advocacy on behalf of women and people of color, her thoughts on business and economic development for Latinos, and how her perspective as an Afro-Latina has inspired her vision for a more just and equitable future in a multiracial American democracy ..read more
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Jamie Dimon - Lessons from the C-Suite
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by The Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
2M ago
In this special bonus episode, Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase & Co. Jamie Dimon talks about growing up in New York, the changes brought to the city by the COVID-19 pandemic, what he’s learned about good leadership, corporate and personal efforts to advance communities of color, and the business community’s role as stewards of progress for the American people ..read more
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