Julissa Reynoso is the former United States Ambassador to Uruguay. Julissa also served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Central American, Caribbean and Cuban Affairs in the US Department of State. Prior to joining the US Department of State, Julissa practiced at a major international law firm, where she specialized in antitrust law, international commercial arbitration and international investment arbitration. Her legal experience includes analyzing and advising on complex cross-border disputes and investigations, and conducting complex arbitrations under the major international rules, including ICC and UNCITRAL, and bilateral investment treaty disputes under the Dominican Republic-Central America Free Trade Agreement (DR-CAFTA) and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). While at the US Department of State, Julissa was charged with developing comprehensive security and rule of law strategies for Central America and the Caribbean. Julissa is the recipient of various public interest awards, including recognitions from Columbia University, New York University, the North Star Fund, the Legal Aid Society and the Hispanic National Bar Foundation. She also has served on the boards of several nonprofit and advocacy organizations. Julissa received her B.A. from Harvard University. She also received an M.Phil from the University of Cambridge and her J.D. from Columbia University School of Law. She is a proud mama of a son.
The REACH Mama Podcast Is About The REAL Stories Of Successful Moms of Color. I Interview CEOs and Thought Leaders about what it takes to be on top of their game. It Is My Hope That These Stories Inspire You To Reach Your Dreams.
Baby, husband and high powered job. Many of us want that life. But what @ValerieJarrett did will surprise you. She realized she was unhappy & found the strength to do something about it. Valerie Jarrett, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama, sits down with me for a live taping of “Reach Mama Podcast" at the Wing SF. Listen here to how she found her voice. https://lnkd.in/dwDukTA #FindingMyVoice
Alicia Menendez is a Contributing Editor at Bustle; a co-host of Amanpour & Co., PBS’s late night interview program; and the co-creator and host of the Latina to Latina podcast. Previously, as an anchor and correspondent at Fusion TV, she launched an award-winning primetime talk show; co-moderated a 2016 presidential forum; reported from El Salvador, Guatemala, Jordan and Rwanda; and contributed reporting to ABC’s "Nightline" and "World News Tonight" as well as ABC’s Emmy-nominated 2014 Election Night coverage. She has also shared her spirited take on current events on "Good Morning America," "The Daily Show," "The View" and "This Week". Named “Broadcast Journalism’s New Gladiator” by Elle, “Ms. Millennial” by The Washington Post, and a “Content Queen” by Marie Claire, Alicia has quickly become a force in American media.
Selina Tobaccowala co-founded Evite when she was in college, and, after selling it to IAC, took on senior roles at Ticketmaster. But then she met her mentor in Dave Goldberg, the CEO of SurveyMonkey, and she became that firm's president and CTO. His sudden death in May 2015 prompted her to get more active--and start a company to help others do the same.
Karina Cabrera Bell hosts a live Podcast Event at Univision. She interviews Lisha Bell (Director of Product at Feedzai) and AJ Thomas (VP of People and Culture at Auction.com). These fantastic women share their experience as women of color in tech and how they navigate as moms. They are unapologetic about their authentic journey.