Host: Rocío Durán
Inspire others from your own success
Join us every Wednesday at 12 o’clock in Colorado USA, to hear the stories of learning and struggles of many people as normal as you or me, who have reached the top through effort and hard work. People who have in common the desire to get ahead and the resilience necessary to not be defeated.
"We arrived in the USA with $7 dollars"
“Desde la cima” continues to celebrate the beginning of 2022 by talking with a very successful guest of Cuban roots, Lisandra Matos. Lisandra tells us that at the age of fourteen as an immigrant in the United States she had to face many obstacles. In spite of this, she never stopped dreaming big, she even wanted to be president of the United States.
With her parent’s support, she became the founder and owner of the Matos Law Firm, a personal injury law firm. Her goal is to seek justice for those who have been injured in a car accident through no fault of their own. When she advocates for her clients, she combines her specialized knowledge of personal injury law with her hard-earned persistence to get the best results.
Cristal Corral Macías
"Being successful scared me"
Cristal is vice president of FirstBank Multicultural Banking Center and leads the department focused on Latino community issues.
From a cultural perspective, their main objective is to provide relevant information and specific banking resources to the different large minority groups of the Latino community in Colorado.
Within her extensive career, we can mention that she has been treasurer of Hispanic Annual Salute, a non-profit scholarship. In addition, she served as a member of the Arriba Mi Negocio committee. She is also currently Chairman of the Board of Adelante Community Development and recently became a member of the Board of Mi Casa Resource Center. A leader and businesswoman who has achieved success through her efforts and capabilities and wants to lead her community to achieve their goals.
"Children deserve a respectful upbringing."
Rocío has worked and collaborated in different organizations like a researcher, producer, creative or program officer, such as Sesame Workshop, the Museum of Natural History, the Denver Zoo, the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Discovery Kids México, and Canal Once in Mexico, among others. She currently works as a Digital Producer for Fred Rogers Productions and, together with her sister Sabrina, she is the founder of Buenas Causes Studio. A creative Mexican with an inexhaustible curiosity, in constant search and creation of alternatives that connect families and children around technology in a more productive and humane way, for whom every day is an opportunity to learn and transmit knowledge to help others and make their lives happier, fun and simple.
“Music, a universal language that transcends barriers"
“Desde La Cima” welcomes Christmas to the rhythm of salsa, bachata, pop, and other rhythms, with a spectacular guest: Daniel Castillo. A Venezuelan dreamer, who four years ago founded the CHIMBANGLE MUSIC LLC orchestra in Denver – Colorado, becoming a recognized benchmark of Latin music and who thanks to the success of this musical project, has been gaining strength and becoming part of his team, not only Venezuelan musicians but also from other member countries of the Latino community in the United States.
The podcast “Desde La Cima” thanks Daniel Castillo for conveying his joy and shaking our bodies and soul, with an inspiring testimony about dreams that come true, when we are determined enough for looking for them. We invite you to enjoy the Latin rhythms in the company of Daniel and the spectacular Chimbangle orchestra.
Chepe y Pocho
"If you do not fit in the rules, break them and create news to your measure."
Alfonso and Jose, better known as Poncho and Chepe, dancers from the Amalia Hernández Folkloric Ballet of Mexico. Proud bearers of their Mexican roots, who have taken art and dance in Denver to the next level. They convey to large audiences the power, majesty, strength, and richness of Mexican culture.
Thanks to Alfonso and José for transporting us through their experiences, into a historical and cultural journey through the wonderful art of dance, and for teaching us that the most important thing is to always be authentic and follow the sincerest wishes of our hearts. We invite you to be attentive to the presentations of these two spectacular artists
"We are not asking for permission."
CEO of Collective and advisor of equality programs.
As the Director of Business Operations, she tells us that public relations, communications, and equal employment opportunity are her passions. She has been responsible for developing, managing, evaluating, and advising on equal employment opportunities programs, especially with the Latino community with whom she carries out a process of claiming and dignifying work.
National Director of Mental Health for Refugees in the United State
Carolina Cambria, National Director of Mental Health for Refugees in the United State. Carolina, Proudly Colombian – Peruvian is a pioneer and visionary, who has been concerned about providing support especially to the immigrant community by creating innovative programs to address a problem that everyone has tried to ignore, such as mental health.
The Colombian blogger who is a trend and inspires more Latinas to believe in them.
This will be a Wednesday full of style and elegance because “Desde la Cima the ” will receive you at noon with a story full of love for fashion, from the Colombian blogger who is a trend, has thousands of followers and inspires more Latinas to believe in them: Carolina Hellal, who with her authenticity continues to conquer the United States market and developing high-impact digital content.
Thank you Carolina Hellal because with your work you make thousands of women, especially Latinas, feel proud of wearing that unique style and beauty inherited from their roots.
The hispanic who is part of the NASA team
“Desde La Cima” continues this Wednesday the 13th at noon with its interviews that seem from another planet! For this occasion, we will have the honor of listening to a story that transcends barriers and borders: the Mexican – American engineer Erika Bailon, who, although from her childhood lived with her family experiences ranging from deportation and economic difficulties, never stopped dreaming and fixing her gaze beyond the stars, because today she works for NASA and as a mentor in STEAM projects.
“The immigrant lawyer”
“Desde La Cima” begins October with all the energy and enthusiasm, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with the sensational interview with Belén Albuja “The immigrant lawyer” who, from her love for her Ecuadorian roots and her vocation of service, has worked as an Independent lawyer, founding her law firm, to support all those who need help in their language to improve their immigration status and thus continue fighting in the land of opportunities.
Thank you Belén for being one of those women who reminds us how proud we should be of our Latino roots and for being that helping hand for the Hispanic community. If you have any legal matters related to family issues or the changing and complex immigration laws, do not hesitate to go to Belén at her law firm, Albuja Law, LLC. She will surely give you the best advice.
"Learn, trust, overcome fears, but also stay noble”
This last Wednesday of September at noon, we want to tell you that “Desde la cima” will be exciting and awaits you with the spectacular testimony of the Mexican Claudia Moran, Director of Museo de Las Americas: “Learn, trust, overcome fears, but also stay noble ”who, from his desire to excel, always obtained the strength to fight for her dreams and follow her passion despite adversity: Archeology.
"The mission of cancer in my life"
Virginia García Pivik, who since her illness, began to devise the way to be a “cure” for others. Presenter, journalist, writer, producer with more than 25 years of experience in radio, TV, press and digital media, she is also an entrepreneur, daughter, sister, wife, mother and a cancer survivor, who instead of assuming this moment of her life as an obstacle, saw it as a possibility: “The mission of cancer in my life”.
"From selling burritos to becoming the best-known fashion designer for brides in the US"
Gabriela Martínez a woman who will captivate you with her life story, full of creativity, glamor and love for her Mexican-American roots. If you want to improve your Spanish Skills, this is the best way to do it. Thanks to Gabriela Martínez for filling this space of hope and reflection with brilliance, delicacy and glamor. We are fortunate to have the opportunity to hear your spectacular story. You are a living example of struggle and dedication. Also, if you have marriage plans, go straight to her spectacular bridal design workshop because she is the best!
__ Who am I?
I am a Psychologist, Master in Social and Community Psychology with training and qualification as Life Coach (CTI Institute).
With more than 10 years of experience I help people of different origins, genders and ages. Specialized in working with women, businesswomen, mothers, wives and daughters.
Entrepreneur, with 25 years of experience helping other businesswomen and companies to advance in the achievement of their goals. I am a tireless dreamer who does not believe that there are problems but rather situations necessary to develop our abilities and superpowers.
I am a resource connector par excellence, because I know that united, we are stronger. My goal is to create an economic revolution from the base in which everyone contributes, builds and receives to the fullest.
It is from there that Desde la Cima is born, in a desire to continue helping, motivating, giving clues, creating a community in which we can all learn from each other.