I’m so excited have you all listen to this conversation discussing our first right of passage amongst two friends, a childhood friend Lina and a member of my fitness family, Mishele. Our last episodes describes rites of passage in more detail.
In this episode WE Speak about the challenge and skills we developed in finding our own path! You’ll hear about our upbringing and how WE honed into our resilience, self saficiancy and courage! By leaving home, getting an education, and healing trauma were able to change the trajectory of our lives. Across races and enthicities we found commonalities.
Learn how similar our stories are being latinas, is to Mishele’s story growing white in a rural town in Washington. You may not want to listen with kids. The impact they have now is enormous: Lina taking kids through the educational pipeline in higher education and Mishele ability to use her a voice in her inspiring writing!
On top of being amazing mothers:
Mishele Maron Chief, Masters in Writing and has a french culinary degree from Cooking School of the Rockies.. Her website is delicious! mishelemaron.com
Lina Menez, PhD and Associate director of ChicanX & Latinx Retention Initiatives at UC Davis follower her on Twitter@linarmendez