Empowerment | Resources


Empowerment | Resources

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Ladies Get Paid

  • Ladies Get Paid provides the tools, resources, and community to help women negotiate for equal pay, and power in the workplace.  Join for access to our private online network of 40,000+ women worldwide.

    • Online Network, Workshops + Webinars, Meetups, Video Courses and more.

Freelancing Females

  • A growing global community of over 20,000 freelancers diverse in jobs who gather to share knowledge and discover new ways to freelance.


  • LatinaVIDA's mission is to engage career minded Latinas in developing their strategic roadmap to reach the C-Suite by connecting them to key resources that support their journey. Fact: Latinas account for only 3% of all professionals and executives int he U.S. work force.



  • Techqueria is a nonprofit representing one of the largest communities for Latinx professionals in the tech industry.

Latinas in Tech

  • Latinas in Tech is a non-profit organization with the mission to connect, support and empower Latina women working in technology.

Girls in Tech

  • Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit that works to put an end to gender inequality in high-tech industries and startups. We do that by educating and empowering women who are passionate about technology.


  • Newsletter: weekly digest of weird/wack/need-to-know tech news — and our warm takes on all of it.



  • verynice helps businesses, non-profits, and governments expand their capacity for impact through design-driven innovation. verynice strives to be known as the most generous design firm in the world. Through a range of programs and initiatives, we continue to push ourselves in order to find new ways to help as many people as possible.

    • Check out their accessible resources* on design strategies, marketing, business models, and more! I’m a huge fan of their book Toward a Preemptive Social Enterprise.

      • *Pay what you can! :)


Support Nonprofits

Support Nonprofits

Do work that matters.
Vale la pena.

- Gloria E. Anzaldúa

Women’s Center for Creative Work

Women’s Center for Creative Work cultivates L.A.’s feminist creative communities and practices. A place that affirms that art, creativity, and imagination have intellectual, personal, and political value. No art is neutral, it is either transforming or upholding the status quo. Explicitly intersectional & working towards a feminism prioritizing women of color, queer, trans, and nonbinary folx, and other marginalized communities. We have a zero tolerance policy for transphobia, racism, anti-Blackness, homophobia, classism, ableism, & body shaming. Learn more about our core values here.

  • I’m a Board Member of the WCCW!

Las Fotos Project

Las Fotos Project is a community-based nonprofit organization that inspires teenage girls through photography, mentorship, and self-expression. Offering year-round programming, we provide girls with access to professional cameras, quality instruction and workshops that encourage them to explore their identity, learn about new cultures, build leadership and advocacy skills, and strengthen their social and emotional well-being. Every year we mentor hundreds of girls from communities across Los Angeles.

  • I’m an active volunteer since 2016.

  • Learn more about my contributions here.

Montebello Historical Society

The Montebello Historical Society manages the Juan Matias Sanchez Adobe Museum & Historic Site located on the site of the oldest residence in Montebello. The Montebello Historical Society strives to promote and encourage programs which will be educational to our youth and elders, to have community events which foster an awareness of our rich history.

  • I’m personally interested in highlighting the historical contributions made by women, POC, and the first peoples of California (i.e., Tongva tribe/ Gabrieleño people).

    • I’m the Appointed Chairperson of Publicity

    • I’m on the Board of Directors

  • Learn more about my contributions here.

Cal Aggie Alumni Marching Band-uh!

The Cal Aggie Marching Band Alumni Association (CAMBAA) is the alumni association of the Aggie Band (CAMB). Although the active ranks consist of about 300 regularly participating Aggie Band alumni, the official roster traces 1269 members back to 1929. The most visible function of the CAMBAA is to organize and maintain the Cal Aggie Alumni Marching Band (CAAMB) which traditionally makes appearances at UC Davis' spring Picnic Day, Homecoming, as well as periodic performances throughout the year.

  • I’m a Board Member-at-Large.

  • Learn more about my contributions here.