Where were you born and raised?
Mexico City, Distrito Federal
What is your family heritage?
What is your occupation?
How have you supported or contributed to the local Hispanic/Latinx community?
I volunteer as Board member/Chair with multiple Hispanic and not Hispanic Non profit organizations, belong to multiple committees that I believe as a team will make a difference to help Hispanic own business and overall to help the Hispanic labor. Creat programs with such organizations and educational organizations to support the Hispanic community.
How do you connect with your Hispanic/Latinx culture?
I get involved in the programs I create to continue developing and organically grow such programs, also personally, mentor escolar graduates and small business owners one on one for a more effective and guarantee outcome in their careers/business.
What is your favorite childhood memory?
The day my grandfather recited a poem to my grandmother on a not special day but yet another beautiful day next to his beloved life companion.
What does Hispanic Heritage Month mean to you?
To honor our people that sacrifice their life’s leaving their families and homes to seek opportunities in other countries. And to celebrate our culture with a vigorous and enthusiastic way such name wandering endlessly with a loud whisper leaving a pleasant memory as a beautiful scar for all to seek as the gossip continuous endlessly.
In your opinion, what is the most important issue facing the Hispanic/Latinx community?
Not to recognize Hispanics as great contributors to the economy, not having equal rights.