Diane Guerrero, actress, author and activist, speaks with us on why she is an outspoken advocate for immigration reform and how her own personal story has had a deep impact on her life.
In this episode of DNA of a MAKER, we sat down with actress, author and activist, Diane Guerrero, who in 2014 shared her parents immigration story, and its deep impact on her life. Since sharing her story, Diane has become an outspoken advocate for immigration reform.
During our conversation, Diane says that she credits the survival skills she honed after losing her mother and father, among many other traits, as the foundation for her current success and her determination to empower other women who’ve experienced similar loss.
Plus, an insightful round of rapid fire questions that will shed light on the characteristics that makes each woman unique and interesting.
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