Over the past year, I’ve been discussing the topic of Latinas in positions of leadership in Politics (or lack thereof), in an attempt to bring to light the fact that the number of Latina representation at all levels of political office is truly negligible. Along the way, I’ve had the chance to highlight some of the emerging Latina political stars.
This Tuesday, October 14, 2014, is no exception. I’ll be interviewing a woman who’s positioned to become the First Latina Lieutenant Governor in the State of Florida as a running mate to Charlie Crist.
From her roots back in Barrancabermeja, Colombia., to building a multimillion dollar translation business from scratch, to her rise in the rocky world of politics, Annette Taddeo’s beat-the-odds immigrant story is bound to inspire you!