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Champions for Change Podcast

An Education, News and Politics podcast
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With ‘Let’s focus on the positive’ as the motto for this this bilingual podcast, political commentator for Spanish-language media Univision, JP Dominguez and his right-hand man, professional taco eater George Lopez, engage with positive voices in the community to bring you the inspirational stories you never knew you needed in this tense political climate. Are you ready? ¿Estan listos?


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Henry Alonzo | Successful Music Entrepreneur. Recommendations he has for aspiring music professionals
This week, JP Dominguez and George Lopez, sit down with Henry Alonzo to discuss his entrepreneurship journey. Henry Alonzo is the Founder & Chief Creative Officer of Adarga Entertainment Group. His company helps independent artists & record labels amplify their message by providing music industry services such as artist development, publishing administration, marketing and consulting in the competitive Latin Music Industry. Listen to find out how Henry’s determination and East L.A. upbringing shaped him into the business leader he is today. Crucial learning lessons that he has learned with over four decades of experience, including business know-how and financial literacy. Henry has established his professionalism with the ability to help his clients to believe in their dreams and artistic goals. Henry shares his insight and experience as an entrepreneur, ranging from his work with small independent artists to filling up arenas and to having them win awards such as Grammy Award, Latin Grammy, Billboard Award, and Dove Award, winners and nominees in the genres of Latin, Pop/Rock, and Gospel Music. 
Villanueva brothers: Started out cleaning barbershops, now they OWN their own. (Social Barbershop) 
Christian and Adrian Villanueva, two barbers whose reputation is defined by dedication, and precision have made a name for themselves within their industry.  Their professional starting points were both filled with trials, however, they both believed in the vision that they had and opened their own barbershop, Social Barbershop,  with co-owner Edwin Dolgo.Find out why their clients refer to these 2 by there barber nicknames,  “The Fader” (Adrain) and “Crispy Chris” (Christian)Adrian started out helping clean barbershops, which soon led him to getting an actual opportunity to learn the craft.  Christian shares how he used to practice on his brother to perfect his craft.  Did little bro Adrian have a choice in the matter? Tips and recommendation about how they developed the concept and marketing behind their new business venture.  This has resulted in a continuous cycle of a full booking schedule and happy clients who walk out with fresh cuts. How did their beginnings eventually result in a thriving barbershop in Northridge, CA? Find out in this weeks episode of Champions for Change.
Cristy Quinones: The ART of staying true yourself in the music industry. Allergic to excuses.
Songwriter/artist Cristna sits down with JP and George and shares how she started in the music industry at the young age of 12.  Listen for how she was able to define her artistry and message as a Mexican/Puerto Rican artist. How she didn't let NO's stop her from fighting for her dreams and connecting with hundreds of thousands of followers each week on Instagram. She has performed on BET, Univision, and Telemundo. FAN ANNOUNCEMENT: she shares with us about her latest singles 'No Strings Attached' and 'LOCO'Whats up next for CRISTNA? Find out on this weeks episode of Champions of Change.
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May 7th, 2018
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Aug 12th, 2019
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