More recently she expanded her success into the digital world by launching with her sister Paulina The Super Mamas Podcast that has become a lifestyle media company, complemented with annual events, & corporate partnerships with major brands like Target, Delta, and AT&T.
Bricia has been featured in several prominent press outlets, including Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, Forbes, Food & Wine, The Ringer, Conde Nast Traveler, Los Angeles Times and New York Times. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband and son, and travels frequently to Oaxaca.
Ana Flores, Founder, #WeAllGrow Latina Network
Ana Flores is the founder and CEO of #WeAllGrow Latina Network, the first and largest community of Latina digital influencers, hyperlocal events and annual Summit that boldly propels growth through brand partnerships and community development. After a career of more than 15 years creating content for US Hispanics and the LatAm market as a producer for major Spanish-language networks, she transitioned to launching the award-winning SpanglishBaby.com. Her many accomplishments since then include co-authoring the book Bilingual is Better and being recognized by the prestigious Holmes Report among their 2015 Innovator 25. In 2017, Ana was named as one of People en Español’s “Las 25 Mujeres Más Poderosas”. A passionate advocate for portraying Latina women in a positive light, in 2016, Ana was invited to speak on two occasions at the White House, including the United State of Women Summit, on gender diversity and women empowerment issues. She's on NALIP’s Diverse Women in Media Initiative Advisory Committee, Common Sense Media’s Latino Advisory Council and currently sits on the Barbie Global Advisory Council.
Born in Houston, Texas, raised completely bilingual and bicultural in El Salvador and a graduate of the University of Florida, Ana is now settled in Los Angeles, where she lives with her tween daughter.
Patty Delgado, Founder, Hija de tu Madre
LA native, Patty Delgado is the founder and CEO of Hija de tu Madre, a Latina lifestyle brand. Delgado founded Hija de tu Madre in 2016 with just $500 and a mission to make fashion more inclusive of the modern Latinx experience. HDTM’s first product, its notorious denim #VirgencitaJacket was inspired by Delgado’s cultural intersection. For Delgado, there’s nothing more Mexican than La Virgen de Guadalupe, and nothing more American fashion than denim. Delgado seamlessly incorporates her multicultural identity in every product she designs.
Now, with over 126k followers, Hija de tu Madre has been featured in Teen Vogue, Refinery 29, Buzzfeed & more. Hija de tu Madre shows no signs of slowing down, and has expanded into a variety of product categories like apparel, accessories, and desk tools. Hija de tu Madre strives to uplift the Latina community via their inspirational products and #MAKEJEFAMOVES movement. Delgado is committed to spreading the gospel of WOC entrepreneurship, while bringing her community along with her.
Brittany Chavez, Founder, Shop Latinx
Brittany Chavez is the Founder and CEO of Shop Latinx
, the only e-commerce marketplace by and for Latinxs. Fueled by her passion for community and knowledge, it's Brittany's mission to educate POC on the fundamentals of financial empowerment, tech and entrepreneurship.
She is quirky, thought-provoking, knowledgeable, and vulnerable - all of which has made her a prominent voice in the Latinx community. Brittany is born and raised in Los Angeles and holds a background in digital marketing, journalism, and advertising. Her work has been featured in Remezcla, Elite Daily, Refinery 29 & more.