“We Have The Tools For Hope”: Atenea Gimenez, a Venezuelan college student and volunteer teacher, demonstrates how to light up the darkest of moments

“We Have The Tools For Hope”: Atenea Gimenez, a Venezuelan college student and volunteer teacher, demonstrates how to light up the darkest of moments

Meet Atenea, once voted as the future CEO of Latin American Leadership Academy (LALA) by her peers in the academy (I was there to witness this). She has a passion for leadership and promoting educational resources to college students. Atenea emits rays of hope and she only wants to spread her waves even further. In [...]

Valorarte empieza ahora: Anabella Espinosa, fundadora de Valorarte, nos cuenta su historia y cómo podemos empoderar a las niñas y mujeres

Valorarte empieza ahora: Anabella Espinosa, fundadora de Valorarte, nos cuenta su historia y cómo podemos empoderar a las niñas y mujeres

Hola a todos! Hoy, me siento con Anabella Espinola, la cual conocí a través de la organización LALA (Latin American Leadership Academy en inglés) o también conocido como la Academia Latinoamericana de Liderazgo. To read this in English, scroll below the Spanish transcription. Listen to the Podcast on Apple, Spotify, Anchor or more. Escúchelo en [...]

Bring Humanity to a Statistic: Marianna Bonilla, Co-Founder, Leader of Voices of Migrants, intersects art and charity to uplift immigrant and refugee stories

Bring Humanity to a Statistic: Marianna Bonilla, Co-Founder, Leader of Voices of Migrants, intersects art and charity to uplift immigrant and refugee stories

Hey, everyone! I hope you all have been doing well and getting stoked for the start of September. Going back to college excites me! I miss the campus, the people and definitely some of my favorite clubs. After spending some time up in Maine and Miami, I've arrived back home with the anticipation of packing [...]

Fabulous and Furious Five: Tips that Make All the Difference at Your Event

Fabulous and Furious Five: Tips that Make All the Difference at Your Event

Happy June! Amherst's semester came to a joyful close around late May. As a lucky humanities person, I had only papers to complete, which for me, works a lot better than tests. Fun fact: I've actually never taken a test while at college (unless it was a written one--but no multiple choice nor math)! My [...]

Become a Mentor

Become a Mentor

Hi everyone! I hope you all have had an incredible week so far! I don't know how the weather's been like in your neck of the woods (who even says that expression anymore, haha?!) but over here, it's been quite nice with a whole lot of rain. Regardless of the stormy times, it felt necessary [...]