Gaby Guzman: Building a sisterhood of CEOs

49 minutes

Miami's Gabriela “Gaby" Guzman is helping women see and own their power through connection, community, joy, and authenticity via "Las Comadres" network. She also hosts masterminds and other online experiences that enable women to achieve the clarity, support and courage that they need to start and grow their own businesses.

Ir's not the road that she anticipated moving from Santo Domingo at the age of 19. We talk about that journey, how the need to build community is baked in Dominicans' DNA and what it takes to grow a support network committed to uplifting one another in life and in business. Mix in some reflections on race, parenting and politics and you have the kind of "good" bochinche that we need to thrive. 

WHO SHE WANTS TO PAY IT FORWARD:

Sus comadres of course. Check out the full directory of members at: https://www.lascomadres.club/directory

HOW TO FIND GABY

Best spot is on IG at @thegabyguzman

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