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This Year’s Empowering #WeAllGrow Summit Is Almost Here So Get Your Tickets

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For the past nine years, #WeAllGrow Latinas has used social influence to empower and help Latinas grow. This year, Forbes’ named the event one of Forbes’ 19 Conferences Every Creative Should Attend in 2019.

The Latina-focused event has brought proud, creative, influential and emprendedoras together every year and reminded those that attend that not only does it take a village but that Latinas are more than capable.

In a world where we’re not always put at the forefront or represented first, #WeAllGrow sets out to make sure that we ultimately are. This year the summit promises to not only elevate our own voices as a collective but to also give us the recipes to success that will help raise us as individuals as well.

This year the summit promises to not only elevate our own voices as a collective but to also give us the recipes to success that will help raise us as individuals as well.

This year’s event takes place on Thursday, May 30, 2019, to Sunday, Jun 2, 2019, and all you have to do is buy a ticket to attend!

The $385 conference tickets are sold out! But you can stream all the content (and more!) for $65!

This year we’re partnering up with #WeAllGrow to offer a DIGITAL PASS to the #weallgrowsummit and giving you an EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT today when you use the code EARLYBIRD19 at checkout!

– Full HD videos of all keynotes, panels, and workshops.
– Early bird access to the #WeAllGrow2020 Summit (this year’s tickets sold out in 3 hours)!
– $10 discount to mitushop.com for purchases over $30
– Digital access to the workshop presentations + worksheets (where available)

Promo code is valid until June 7th, 2019. Be sure to get a digital pass for the event today.

And if a weekend of networking and mingling with like-minded Latinas isn’t already getting you pumped, check out the fierce Latinas who are guaranteed to attend!

1. Yalitza Aparicio

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The Mexican actress is best known for her role as Cleo in Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” earned her first Academy Award nomination for Best Actress this year. She is the first Indigenous American woman to ever be nominated.

Follow her on Instagram here.

2. Mishel Prada

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Part Dominican, part Mexican, Mishel Prada was raised in Hialeah, Fla. stars as ‘Emma’ in Starz critically acclaimed series “Vida.”  Prior to her work on “Vida,” Prada starred in AMC’s short-form series “Fear the Walking Dead: Passage. Through her acting work, Prada has echoed the strength and determination that she learned from the immigrant women in her family.

Follow her on Instagram here.

3. Julissa Prado

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Julissa Prado is an entrepreneur and social media influencer who has built a following based on advocacy for natural curls. According to We All Grow, “Julissa holds a Masters in Business from Wake Forest University, is an alumnus of UCLA and has held corporate leadership positions at Nestlé. She is the founder and CEO of Rizos Curls line of haircare products launched Oct 2017 to encourage women & girls to be proud of their naturally curly hair and show them that curly hair is beautiful. Rizos Curls has ignited a movement of #RizosReinas embracing their natural curls. In the year and a half since its launch, Julissa and Rizos Curls have accumulated over 300k followers across social media platforms, been featured on Forbes, People, Buzzed, Mitu, Remezcla, shipped to over 60 countries and have over 2 million on average social media monthly impressions.

Follow her on Instagram here.

4. Mariela Rosario

Mariela Rosario is the Afro-Latina editor-in-chief behind Hip Latina. As a writer, editor, and digital content strategist she has racked up a total of ten years in the Latinx space. She led CafeMedia’s first site for Latina moms and went on to develop Vivala.com. She is currently the Editor in Chief at HipLatina.com and recently created Galchemism, a new platform that empowers and educates women of color in arts & tech. Her writing has been featured in The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, and Latina.

Follow her on Instagram here.

5. Yesika Salgado

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Yesika Salgado is a Los Angeles based Salvadoran poet who has built a devoted following based on her writing about her culture, her family, and her body. She is a four-time member of Da Poetry Lounge Slam Team and a 2017 and 2018 National Poetry Slam finalist. Her work has been featured in the Los Angeles Times, Latina Magazine, Univision, Vibe Magazine, Huffington Post, NPR, TEDx and more. Today she is a beloved body positivity activist and the co-founder of the Latina feminist collective Chingona Fire. Yesika is the author of the Amazon best-sellers Corazón and Tesoro, published with Not a Cult.

Follow her here.

6. Jessica Resendiz

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Resendiz has taken her love for her childhood memories and Mexican culture and applied them to the statement pieces she designs. Her pieces of jewelry are a reminder that the most lovely accessory a person can wear is their ‘culture.’ Her work is a constant reminder to Latinas to do so with pride and vibrancy.

Follow her on Instagram here.

7. Zandra Zuno Baermann

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Zandra Zuno Baermann is the senior vice president of Communications and Marketing at UnidosUS where she serves as strategic communications advisor to the CEO and senior leadership. Throughout her career, she has collaborated with and advised companies like Kaiser Permanente, Nintendo of America, Walmart, and Wells Fargo.

Follow her on Instagram here.

8. Kimberly Guerra

Guerra is an artist, writer, entrepreneur and the creator behind Brown Badass Bonita. The beloved brand with a nearly 50K following on Instagram promotes love for our Latinx community and empowerment. Her apparel works to celebrate Latino cultures and to empower mujeres.