Anamaria Morales is baking her way through college “one cheesecake at a time!” During her senior year in High School, Anamaria knew that she wanted to go to college, but coming from a low-income family she knew she had to get creative about how she was going to pay for her higher education. While in High School, she decided to become an entrepreneur at the age of 19 and started the “College Confectionista” baking cheesecakes. Using local ingredients and farm fresh eggs, AnaMaria whips up 4 new seasonal flavors each month ranging from Sweet Strawberries to Silky Espresso making her cheesecake’s irresistible to your taste buds, leaving you begging for more than [...]
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Linda Lemus, Christensen Accountancy Family, volunteering, community, education and mentoring are all words that describe Linda Lemus, and her contributions to the Latino community. These things and more is why the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce choose Linda as the 2017 Spirit Of Sonoma Honoree. The awards, hosted by the Sonoma County Economic Development Board, intend to honor those who contribute to the economic development and enhancement of the communities in which they live, work and conduct business. Linda’s lifetime dedication to mentoring Sonoma County’s youth for over 10 years which includes mentoring young Latina girls from Sonoma County between 7th-12 [...]
Mateo Guzman was born in Mexico City in 1964, and raised in Celaya, Guanajuato. Mateo comes from a big family that has been supporting him with his music since the age of 8 years old. His first experience singing was as a member of a choir and his continuous participation at school festivals. He was also the director of the school choir at the age of 10 years old. He was the director for five years and left at the age of 15 years old because he would travel a lot to sing in front of big audiences. He still remembers [...]