When you immigrate to a country, there can be many challenges, such as learning a new language, culture, beliefs, and let’s not forget how to navigate the financial system. First-Gen Latinos(as) often find themselves involved in helping their parents navigate this system at a young age. Our guest in this episode is no exception.
Lea Landaverde, a First-Generation, Queer, Latina – Entrepreneur, Master of Finance, Professor, Wealth Coach and Podcast Host of Mi Riqueza Podcast, shares with us her role in her parents’ experience navigating the financial system, and how the 2008 recession marked her life. She also shares what led her to serve underserved communities and how she is helping to break the generational curses of money.
What you’ll learn about in today’s episode:
- How the 2008 recession marked Lea’s money journey
- Her role in her parents’ experience navigating the financial system in the U.S.
- How Lea helps her clients to break their generational money curses
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↳How the 2008 recession marked her financial journey. [2:53]
↳Her role in her parents’ experience navigating the financial system in the U.S. [6:02]
↳Lea’s thoughts when it comes immigrants and navigating the financial system [10:41]
↳What led her to serve underserved communities. [20:21]
↳How Lea helps her clients to break their generational money curses. [25:52]
↳Her take on the significant wealth gap our Latino community face. [31:44]
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Connect with Lea: Lea Landaverde
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