March 28, 2018

Name: Karla Ordoñez

Roots: Mexico City

A fighter is what Karla Ordoñez is. She has constantly fought obstacle over obstacle on her way to conquer her dreams. Having grown up in Teton Valley, Idaho she loves all the activities it has to offer no matter the season. With a...

March 27, 2018

“I want to inspire all young girls not only Hispanic/Latinas. Leading by example is the best way. Showing them that nothing ever is impossible no matter how hard things are or get, and regardless what anyone tells them.”

"Quiero inspirar a todas las jóvenes no solo...

March 15, 2018

"Be strong, fierce and proud of your roots."

Name: Gabriela Hermosillo

Roots: Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico

A superwoman is what Gabriela Hermosillo is. A woman of many talents, Gabriela is a recognizable, friendly face at the Teton County Courthouse where she is a Dep...

March 14, 2018

"Never stop fighting for what you want and never let anyone destroy your dreams."

“Nunca dejes de luchar por lo que quieres y jamás dejes que nadie destruya tus sueños.”

Name: Monica Nancy Carrillo Martinez

Roots: Mexico City

Monica Carrillo is the definition of a warrior...

March 8, 2018

Name: Miriam Mayen Sevilla

Roots: Mexico Distrito Federal

Miriam Mayen Sevilla is one extraordinary woman. She is the flavor and matriarch behind her successful Mexican cuisine restaurant, Hacienda Cuajimalpa. She has called Teton Valley her home for over 20 years and lo...

March 7, 2018

"I hope young Latinas see that hard work really pays off. I would tell them to work hard, to keep following their dreams. If they want to start a business, to go ahead and do it even if it doesn’t work the first time."

"Espero que las jóvenes latinas vean que el trabajo...

March 3, 2018

Orange (color) Xochipalli (Sho-chee-pa-lee)

Follow on Instagram to learn Nahuatl words!


March 3, 2018

Brown girl you're fierce

always remember that

y que mereces lo que sueñas!


Mi nombre es Obdulia Zulema Montenegro Lazalde. 

Did you just read over that, not even take the time to pronounce it? It's okay, I'll let you take a minute to go over it again. 


March 3, 2018

On February 28th, Herencia Hispanic, the Traditional Mexican Folkloric Dance Team traveled to Idaho State University in Pocatello. They were invited by HALO (Hispanic Awareness Leadership Organization) to perform in honor of Dia de La Bandera de Mexico (Mexico Flag Day...

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