Representation is a very important catalyst for change and being able to see very successful people who are from the same background as you is such an impactful tool, especially for the youth.

Let’s talk more about creating that change through representation with Ana Trujillo Limón as she talks to you about her different programs that aim to help the youth, specifically minorities, as well as inspire them that they can achieve financial success.

Tune in now to the episode so you don’t miss out on what Ana has to say!   

Highlights

>> Ana’s background 

>> Ana’s hobbies  

>> How to get started with running 

>> Other thing’s Ana is passionate about 

>> More about Ana’s programs that she’s working on 

>> What inspired Ana to start this program  

>> Ana’s final advice 

Connect with Ana  

>> Twitter

>> Instagram

>> LinkedIn 

If you loved this episode, you have to listen to these episodes as well: 

>> Bridging the Racial Wealth Divide with Dedrick Asante-Muhammad [Black History Month Special]

>> Becoming Financially Smart with Dr. David Rhoiney [Black History Month Special]

>> BLX Internship – The Internship Program for Aspiring Black and Latinx Financial Planners!

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