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Ep 66 - March for Black Women San Diego

Hello listeners! This week I bring you a different type of episode. I had the opportunity to attend the March for Black Women in San Diego last week and I am bringing you the amazing pre-march program that took place in San Diego March 10, 2018. The event was organized by March for Black Women San Diego and Black Lives Matter San Diego. The event was described as follows and there's a link to support them also: We are strong, beautiful, and demand respect. Black Women's Blueprint, Trans...


Ep 65 - Doing all the things with Tanya Reyes

Hello listeners! We're back this week with a live episode recorded at #WeAllGrow Summit! We had a lot of fun hanging out with listeners, our fellow podcasters and everyone that stopped by PodcaSterio lounge. We had the amazing opportunity to record a live episode with Tanya Reyes. Thank you Latinos Who Lunch for letting us use their equipment during this recording. No coffee break this time. Follow Tanya on all things social: @glamrocknails Please share this episode with someone you love...


Ep 64 - Breaking the stigma about HIV with Janeli Saucedo

Hello listeners! This week we have a conversation with Janeli Saucedo. Janeli describes herself as: A mujer, but not much of a “dama.” A wife…but not much of an “esposa”. A working mommy & stepmommy trying to find that elusive work/vida balance. Janeli is full time publicist and amateur blogger. She has recently chosen to disclose that she’s been living with HIV for 7 seven years in hopes to add to the conversation against stigma and help eradicate this disease once and for all. She...


Ep 63 - Conscious Parenting with Danellia Arechiga

Hello listeners! This week we had a conversation with Danellia Arechiga. Danellia, is a single mother, full spectrum doula, childbirth educator, lactivist, placenta encapsulation specialist, and advocate for conscious, intentional, and peaceful parenting. She has spent the better part of her adult life trying to understand her cultural identity and in doing so, she has uncovered how cycles of emotional and physical abuse within our family lines can have a significant impact on how future...


Ep 62 - Whatever it takes with Ruben Torres

Hello listeners! Happy to be back and this week we had a conversation with Ruben Torres! Ruben is a San Diego native deeply rooted in the Southern California's culture and lifestyle. Ruben started off his career as a musical performer and songwriter. Ruben emerged into the business side of the music industry by sphere-heading the independent record label RESCUE RECORDS for rock band P.O.D., where he learned all aspects of the record industry. In 2010 “Connected with Ruben Torres” was...


Ep 61 - You don't get to complain about what you allow with Jo Luehmann

Hello listeners! We are back with a new episode and this time we talked to Jo Luehmann! Jo is a piece of the Luehmann Circus, Jo, is one of the members of the Luehmann Circus. They are a family of improving Christians. What that means is that they love God a lot, but they also have a lot of issues with Him and His church, and they are ok with that. After Jo and her husband worked hard for years to build up a church, they did “whatever it took” and learned whatever they needed to learn to...


Ep 60 - Who Is Supposed To Be Here Already Is

Hola listeners! We're back another week with a new guest! This time we talked to Alma Tilghman. Alma can best be described by her Twitter profile: Matchmaker for corporate brands, non-profits and media outlets; advocate for #diversity #arts #film #TV. With life and career experience on both coasts; the bilingual and bicultural #superconnector is well-versed in the languages of Corporate America and the Arts. Leading up to her role as Principal for Paper Planes Collective, Alma honed her...


Ep 59 - Patience

Hello listeners! This week we're back with an espresso episode because the first week of 2018 went by too quick and I didn't want to start the second week without checking in. How are you doing with your intention setting for 2018? I have been focusing on what is going to happen this year and as I got a bit inpatient, the Universe put this quote in front of me and I felt compelled to share it with you this week. It is a Christian quote and even if you're not religious (I am not at all, but...


Ep 58 - Because Goals

Hello listeners! Last episode of 2017 and I wanted to bring you an episode to help you end the end right: a goal setting episode! As a recovering procrastinator, I have researched many ways of goal setting and I have found a formula that works for me. First, we start with a 2017 review. We must acknowledge the year and be prepared to let it go. If you were to name 2017. What would that name be? 2017 Review: What did you accomplish? What can you celebrate? What lessons did you learn? If you...


Ep 57 - Once A Caregiver, Always A Caregiver

Hello listeners, here we are at the last episode of 2017! This year flew by and I'm glad soon we will be able to say adios to this year. This week, we have a conversation with Martha Rañon. Martha, is the Director of Education & Programs for Southern Caregiver Resource Center. Martha first became a caregiver to her great aunt who was 93 and had Dementia. With little knowledge on how to be a Caregiver, Martha reached out to Southern Caregiver Resource Center and became a client they taught...


Ep 56 - Listen

Hi listeners! This week you sit down with me, listen to me make a cup of coffee (literally) and I tell you a story about the beginning of Cafe con Pam. I tell you about the time nobody wanted to hear from me and the irony that now I'm part of a team that is developing a platform to help other's voices be heard. This one is raw and personal. I almost didn't post it. Let me know what you think, share this episode with someone you love. Remember the butter and stay shining! @cafeconpampodcast...


Ep 55 - The importance of Creative Collaborations

Hello listeners, We're back another week and this time we had a conversation with Susanna Peredo Swap. Susanna has over twenty years of experience as an arts administrator, actor, jazz vocalist, arts advocate, and public relations specialist. While working for the San Diego International Airport Art Program she curated over eighty exhibitions with some of San Diego’s best museums, artists and galleries; as well as a fantastic roster of talent for its performing arts series. She currently...


Ep 54 - Brown is Beautiful

Hello listeners, here we are with another episode and this time we had a conversation with Fernando Lopez! Fernando, is a restaurateur and entrepreneur. Alongside his three siblings, he owns LA’s iconic Guelaguetza restaurant and in 2014 branded and launched the delicious michelada mix, I Love Micheladas. The mix is available online and in over 150 retailers throughout the US and has been covered nationally by Vice, Los Angeles Magazine, GQ, Urban Daddy, and the LA Times. Fernando was born...


Ep 53 - Because you should always dream

Hello listeners! We're back this week with another episode of Cafe con Pam and this time we had a conversation with Sylvia Banderas Coffinet. Sylvia is the Publisher and VP of Integrated Sales and Marketing at HOLA! USA, the latest magazine launch from HELLO & ¡HOLA! Media Inc., which publishes more than 31 international editions of HELLO and ¡HOLA! each week and reaches an audience of more than 25 million in print, 20 million online, and 14 million via its broadcast channel, ¡HOLA! TV....


Ep 52 - Feliz Cumpleaños!!!

Hello listeners! We made it! Cafe con Pam turned 1 last week and this is the episode I released live. This episode is raw and real, I get emotional about the transitions and growth I've had in the last 12 months and I also release the #cafeconpamchallenge Also, we are happy to announce that La Carmencita Restaurant in LA has sponsored Podcasterio and because of that, we are going to have an after party! Tickets are $25 only! The party ticket gets you access to the party, two drinks and an...


Ep 51 - Be yourself, be creative, and know that you’re beautiful

Hello listeners, we are back another week and this time we had a conversation with Ashley Nell Tipton. You may have heard of Ashley when she made history after becoming the first designer to win Project Runway with a final collection designed for plus-size women. Ashley was born and raised in San Diego, California. The youngest of four children she had an early passion for fashion. Ashley learned to sew on her grandmother’s sewing machine when she was just seven years old. One of her goals...


Ep 50 - The uncertain future of heirloom maize

Hello listeners, during this episode we have a conversation with Fernando Laposse. Fernando is a London based Mexican designer with a BA in product design from Central Saint Martins. He was born in Paris, France and his work is deeply rooted in material experimentation and craft with a great emphasis on self-production and the DIY culture. Fernando strives to transform materials which are cheap, readily available, and often waste or perishable matter, enabling him to make crossovers...


Ep 48 - From 90's Hip-Hop To Making Your Passion Into Your Career

Hello listeners! Episode 48 is out and this time we talked to nada mas y nada menos que con Danny Hastings. Danny is a Photographer, Movie Maker, Content Creator, Music Video Director, Producer, Actor, Visual Artist, Husband, Father, Family Man, Business Man. Through his lens, Danny documented one of the most iconic eras in hip-hop music: the 1990’s. The 90’s was an era of transformation that created an incredible variety of styles and sounds and images, giving birth to some of the...


Ep 47 - Decolonizing Eurocentric Beauty Ideals with Nalgona Positivity Pride

Hello listeners! This week we had a conversation with Gloria Lucas, also known as Nalgona Positivity Pride. Gloria is a Xicana womxn and the person behind Nalgona Positivity Pride. Straight from the Inland Empire, the DIY punk community in Riverside taught her to organize and since the age of 18 she has helped form Ladyfest IE, IE Riot Grrrls, and Women of Color for Decolonization. In 2014, she founded Nalgona Positivity Pride from years of dealing with the violent lack of women of color...


Ep 46 - Luis Aguilar & the importance of believing in yourself

Listeners, here is this awesome episode with Luis Aguilar, or also known as Luis Octavio. Luis began co-hosting Tamarindo Podcast and his famous "Nos Vemos en el Swap Meet" ending inspired him to create his new podcast Nos Vemos en el Swap Meet, where he interviews people at the Swap Meet and they share their stories of living in the US. Aside from being a podcast host, Luis shares with us his story of coming to the US, how his grandfather played a key part in his career and why he is...


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