Current Episodes

Gaby Guzman: Building a sisterhood of CEOs

Miami's Gabriela “Gaby Guzman” is helping women see and own their power through connection, community, joy, and authenticity via "Las Comadres" network

Special Episode: Julia Mejia Steps Up For Boston

Born in DR, Julia Mejia made history Election Day when she became the first Latina and Dominicana to win a seat on the Boston City Council.

Marvin Cabrera y El Cantico del Dominican Educator

We talk with Marvin Cabrera about his work helping students get to college and the tricultural journey he’s taken to become a better teacher and father.

Gabriela De Jesus Navigates Past Florida’s Political Trucos

Gabriela “Gaby” DeJesus's insurgent campaign looks to take a no-nonsense style and a love of data, cooking and grassroots advocacy to Tallahassee.

Teresa Guzman Pagan: Mobilizing Voters Past November

Armed with a Anderson Cooper, and the West Wing, Teresa Guzman Pagan has found a home in mobilizing voters and candidates for elections large and local.

Darwin Rodriguez: The Importance of Public Art & History

Public historian and arts educator Darwin Rodriguez is working break down the walls that often separate Black and Latinx youth from the art world.

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About the Hosts


Venusmia Fernandez Lovely

Brooklyn born, Miami raised, Venusmia Fernandez Lovely is one of South Florida's influential community leaders, passionate about the arts and political civic engagement. The daughter of former NY Dominican Consul General Francisco Fernandez, she has served in various local leadership roles, including Miami-Dade Ambassador for the Arts and Chief of Staff to both Senator Dwight Bullard and Annette Taddeo.


Elbert Garcia

Elbert Garcia is a Dominican-American writer and communications strategist based in Miami and dedicated to organizing stories for change. Born and raised in Washington Heights, Garcia has spent the the last two decades in education, government and the media helping to shape messages and voices for public impact.

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