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radiodiva

United StatesLos Gatos, United States

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September 3, 2011
August 10, 2011

Aurora Medina

About Me: 

I am professional Mexican woman living in the United States since 1991. I have a double master degree. One in Transpersonal Psychology and one on Women's Spirituality. I specialize in the Psychology of Money helping women to transform their relationship with money

I am an independent radio producer, making community radio in a non-public station. I reach Latin women through my show and also using social media.

I love to fundraise for different organizations, for the past three years I have been one of the producers of The Vagina Monologues in Spanish in the San Francisco Bay Area. At the present I am the Chair of the Board for Third Street Community Center, an agency helping Latin children with amazing after school programs.

I am committed to help my community to awaken to the possibilities. The Latin community is the fastest growing minority and one of the least educated, we also have the highest rate on teenage pregnancy.

My Passions: 
the psychology of money, women's issues, radio, fundraising
My Challenges: 
English as a second language
My Vision for the Future: 
A strong and vibrant Latin Community in the US who sees the endless possibilities
My Areas of Expertise: 
women's issues and the psychology of money
My Languages: 
Spanish, English

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