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Letters from the Front

By Lt. Col. Elis M. Salamone, USAF, NC. MSN, OB-RNC, CNOR, WHNP-BC “FERNANDEZ, your military LEFT!” These are the words that are forever etched in my psyche when I reflect back to my enlistment in the Army at the age of 18. Now, after 27 years of combined military service, I am retired from the […]

A Veteran’s Perspective

Veterans Serving Veterans Advice from the Front. By Queta L. Marquez, Captain, U.S. Marine Corps (Ret.). Bexar County Veterans Service Officer After 20 years of service as a U.S. Marine, I have the pleasure of serving those who served. As a County Veterans Service Officer, I assist Veterans access the benefits ...

Las Jefas

Strengthening Your Core from Inside Out. Why Yoga? By Marisa Rivera When I started practicing yoga eight years ago, I had a vague idea of what it was, but I mostly knew that I wanted the peaceful, calming feeling that everyone talked about. As a social entrepreneur, a mother of three, grandmother of three and […]

Millennial or Not – It’s a Great Time to Be in the Workplace

By Reina Montes. Senior Manager, Global Employer Brand. + Communications. Marriott International. I’m considered a millennial based on the year I was born, but just barely. I’m on the upper end of the cut off, which makes me what they call a “cusper.” It’s a strange place to be ...

About the Author

Arroz con Pollo and Apple Pie: Raising. Bicultural Children By Maritere Rodriguez Bellas My son was a baby when I first had the idea of writing a book for immigrant parents. I was living in California and had no family there, except my husband. I desperately needed advice and guidance. It was hard being alone. ...

College Beat

Born to Represent My Community. By Jacqueline Amaya. College of William and Mary. Public Policy and Global Studies with a concentration in Latin American Studies. Rising Senior, Class of 2017. Law School or Masters of Education. “Cuando eras chiquita siempre defendías a tus amigas.” As the story goes, ...

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