Building the life of your dreams doesn’t mean you need to do it alone, especially within the #WeAllGrow community. We’re highlighting 6 of our Amigahood Circles for you to join and connect with Latinas online who share the same interests as you.
Amigahood Circles are the heartbeat of our Amigahood community. If it’s your first time hearing about our virtual comunidad, you can learn more about it here. With over 20,000 members, Circles are meant to provide a sense of home and community in this expansive online casita. Led by community members themselves, Circles are subgroups where you can find other Amigas who live near you, have similar interests, connect on a shared identity, or offer valuable thought leadership. There are over 60 Amigahood Circles to date led by impactful Latinas & Femme Latines, como tú! Explore the many opportunities available, and cultivate your Amigahood through IRL meet-ups, virtual cafecitos, and an online space to be your whole self.
We’ve highlighted a few for you to start exploring!
Circle Leader: Susana Cardona
The Mamish Community is for you if you’re looking for an honest mamíhood, with a bit of reggaeton. Susana’s Circle offers support and a safe space to discuss all things motherhood. Join us for virtual and IRL events in NYC celebrating mamís!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org // email@example.com
The Relationship Healing Circle is where Amigas can gather to build and strengthen relational intelligence and heal emotional pain in a safe and supportive environment. Join if you’re looking for a support group led by licensed professionals!
Circle Leader: Mercedes Vargas
The ‘Let’s Celebrate Comida!’ Circle was created with the belief that we should celebrate our food and ingredients. Join us for discussions and tips from Mercedes, a Holistic Chef + Heath Coach, on how to make delicious meals for better nutrition.
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.