Another week comes to an end, and with it come many stories that inspire us to keep working.
As we prepare everything to make 2022 a great year, we continue to meet and share the journeys of Latinas who are blazing trails and breaking the glass ceiling.
From trend researcher Agus Panzoni to Kim Guerra’s mission with Brown Badass Bonita, these are the best stories of the week.
Agus Panzoni certainly has her finger on the pulse of the style scene — she’s been on top of trends for several years, and thanks to TikTok, she’s been catapulted into the spotlight with her on-point trend recaps and totally accessible video clips. Now, with more than 240K followers, she is a go-to source for fashion know-how and upcoming styles to pay attention to.
Dr. Katya Corado is a Guerrera Latina with more than ten years of experience in the research and care of patients with infectious diseases. For the past 18 months, Corado has focused her efforts on addressing key clinical and research questions related to the prevention and treatment of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In a recent interview, Afro-Latinx comedian and actress Aida Rodriguez said how her new comedy special “Fighting Words” allowed her to navigate everything going on simultaneously during the pandemic.
This year Art Basel Miami Beach came back ready to showcase artwork that, as usual, would have people critiquing (or trying to) art and purchasing it to preserve its mastery. The global exhibition came to an end with a few events. One of those was events was “Yacht The Basel: The Art of the Cheetle” exhibit hosted by the Rock The Bells and Cheetos — a Cheeto-inspired exhibit on the Seafair Mega Yacht.
Kim Guerra is a lot of things — a writer, a Latina entrepreneur, a business owner, an artist — but what makes her unique across all those roles is her ability to empower. After all, inspiration can come in many forms. With her company, Brown Badass Bonita, Guerra is on a mission to use all the tools in her belt to lift other Latinas and remind them that they are badasses.