NENANI is a platform to showcase the contributions from Latin Women
and to advocate for increased Women Leadership
NENANI showcases women that inspire and shares knowledge to embolden women seeking success
Empowering young Latinas to dream big and reach their potential
Executive leadership coaching, workshops, consulting and keynote speaking on leadership
Carla Curiel – Keeping Our Culture Alive with Mundo Lanugo
Carla Curiel is an accomplished serial entrepreneur, multicultural marketer & Latina leader with years of experience in media, retail strategy, and marketing. Based in Miami, Carla is co-founder of Lanugo Media Inc, a bilingual family entertainment company focused on creating culturally relevant content that promotes diversity and values through the power of storytelling. Since Mundo Lanugo’s early stages, Carla has lead her team in producing and distributing over 100 animated shorts, two digital apps, 3 award winning books, and successful live shows in 7 different states. Read more to learn about Carla’s trailblazing journey.
Maritere Rodriguez Bellas – Empowering Parents To Raise Bilingual Children
Maritere Rodriguez Bellas is an award winning Latina book author, blogger, influencer and bilingual bicultural parenting expert with a degree in communications from Pepperdine University in California. Maritere became a voice for Latino parents long before the existence of online parenting resources. She appears regularly on Spanish language television networks, Univisión and Telemundo. Her books "Raising Bilingual Children/Cómo Criar Niños Bilingues" and "Arroz con Pollo and Apple Pie:Raising Bicultural Children" have been finalists and winners of the International Latino Book Awards, Maritere was named 2018 Latina of Influence by Hispanic Style. Read on to be inspired.
Davina Ferreira – Spreading Alegria and Breaking Stereotypes
Davina Ferreira is from Medellin, Colombia and resides in Los Angeles, California. After learning English in eight months she enrolled in a community college then transferred to UC-Irvine where she received her B.A. in Fine Arts, Drama. After graduating, Ferreira worked in Los Angeles as a theatre actor with The Bilingual Foundation of the Arts and also in independent films. In 2005, Ferreira met Sir Ben Kingsley – the academy award actor and worked with him in her own one- woman show “Illyria.” As preparation for their project together, she attended The Royal Academy of Drama in London (RADA) to pursue classical acting. Read more to learn about her inspiring story.
The faces of Latina Leadership
I invite you to learn more about the contributions of Latinas and to become inspired to reach for your own dreams