Bringing back our landmark events in 2022 helped us gather some of the best and empowering advice from our speakers to inspire you to step into the highest version of yourself.
In moments where we don’t feel like our best selves, we must turn to higher powers and, in this case, turn to empowering Latinas and femme Latines from all walks of life for sage advice. Lean on the Latina community to help you change any aspect of your life. Whether it’s a career, a relationship, or a mindset change, we hope these empowering quotes help you shed what no longer serves you and evolve into the next version of yourself.
Read the quotes below, notice which ones you gravitate towards, and then click on them. There is so much more from where these quotes came from.
“No es tu por qué, es para qué?” – Carla Morrison
“Does your calendar match your priorities?” – Ashley Frangie
“I think I express joy a lot better in my language. I also think that joy is about creating experiences. It gave me great joy to be an indigenous woman speaking here today.” – Odilia Romero
“Don’t confuse base camp with summit. I think ownership is our Mount Everest, and representation is base camp.” – Nathalie Molino Niño
“Mujeres, nosotras somos la medicina” – Kim Guerra
“They are the generation of surviving, and we’re the generation of thriving” – Julissa Calderon
“When you try to be something for everyone, you become no one to yourself” – Vanessa Santos
“You uplift each other with dollars.” – Patty Rodriguez
“This narrative of Latinas not supporting Latinas is not one that I relate to, because when one grows, we really do all grow.”- Jessica Vargas
“I honor my ancestors by reclaiming joy.” – Dr. Rocio Rosales
“My freedom multiplies when I help other people get free.” – Juleyka Lantigua
If you’re craving an empowering space to grow in your life and career, join our AMIGAS community! With over 19,000+ members, you are sure to build connections that inspire you in the ways you desire.
About the Author
Chantelle Bacigalupo is #WeAllGrow Latina’s Editorial Staff Writer. She is a Bolivian-American photographer, multimedia journalist, and activist based in Brooklyn, NY. Her work focuses on issues ranging across immigration, social & environmental justice, preserving Indigenous cultures, and reproductive justice. You can read more of her pieces here.