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Juleyka Lantigua-Williams

Founder/CEO Lantigua Williams & Co., a digital media studio. Creator and executive producer of 70 Million; co-owner and executive producer of Latina to Latina and Shot Caller.
Recent episodes featuring Juleyka Lantigua-Williams
Yvonne and Yvette Rodriguez Are Shaking Up the Cigar Industry
Latina to Latina
When a santera declared that it was time for Yvonne and Yvette Rodriguez to work together, the twin sisters didn’t flinch. Today, they’re shaking up the cigar industry with their Miami-based brand, Tres Lindas Cubanas. With charisma and humor, the sisters tell Alicia about launching their business with only $500, harnessing the power of their Afro-Cuban roots in the cigar market, and why they're doing it all to honor their ancestors.Love the show? Show your love and become a Latina to Latina insider here!
Alicia Tells Us about Her Book, The Likeability Trap
Latina to Latina
At work, strong women are thought of as unlikeable. Warm women are rarely seen as leaders. And, the more successful a woman becomes, the less others like her — just because. Alicia takes a deep dive into these frustrating realities in her new book, “The Likeability Trap: How to Break Free and Succeed As You Are.” Our executive producer, Juleyka Lantigua-Williams, joins her to look at the effects of internalizing these demands, the cultural challenges Latinas navigate, and how, together, we can battle these outdated expectations.Love the show? Show your love and become a Latina to Latina insider here!
Two Philosophers Ponder What It Means to Act Together
Key Conversations with Phi Beta Kappa
Philosophers Michael E. Bratman, from Stanford University, and Margaret P. Gilbert, from UC Irvine, are this year’s recipients of the Lebowitz Prize for Philosophical Achievement and Contribution, presented by the Phi Beta Kappa Society and the American Philosophical Association. In their respective work, each has expanded on the question of “What is it to act together?” based on sometimes divergent philosophical underpinnings of how two or more individuals interact in a collaborative effort.
What Happened After Zulema Arroyo Farley Stopped Denying Her Own Truth
Latina to Latina
After decades of keeping her psychic abilities hidden from her family and friends, Zulema Arroyo Farley found herself unable to deny that she could communicate with the spirit world. The decision to be public about it came with much criticism and pushback, but she knew to be her complete self she needed to not just accept this part of her, but share it with others. In this fascinating episode, she also tells Alicia about the rare cancer diagnosis that changed her life, her chance encounter with Adele, and her fight against sarcoma. She writes about it all in her new memoir, So Much More: A Poignant Memoir about Finding Love, Fighting Adversity, and Defining Life on My Own Terms.Love the show? Show your love and become a Latina to Latina insider here!
How Jennifer Mercedes Made Herself an MVP in Sports Journalism
Latina to Latina
Fresh out of college, Jennifer Mercedes was offered the opportunity to produce and host her own baseball video series. She snatched it, and La Chica Deportes was born. Nine years in, she’s done it all: secured sponsorships, interviewed baseball greats, and brought fans closer to the athletes they love on and off the field. Here, she talks about what it’s like to be “the only woman on the field or the only girl in a clubhouse,” how she snags exclusive sideline interviews, and what her move to La Vida Baseball means for the type of sports stories she wants to tell.Love the show? Show your love and become a Latina to Latina insider here!
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Washington, DC, USA
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2 days, 8 hours