Joe is a 30 something gay Latinx man in the United States on a journey exploring, educating, and highlighting Latinx, BIPOC, and marginalized leaders. He hosts a podcast called My Latinx Life, where he chats with community leaders in a cozy environment, similar to your mom’s kitchen. In this episode, we talk about the Latinx change-makers that Joe has interviewed, the impact of telling and sharing their stories, and the importance of creating inclusive spaces BIPOC communities in healthcare. Joe is charismatic and captivating as he describes the Equity, Diversity and Inclusion initiatives at his work (Seattle Children’s Hospital), the experience of bonding over chips and queso, and why his identity as a Texan will always be close to his heart. Close your eyes and let yourself be carried away by Joe’s voice and his stories!
My Latinx Life, is an exploration of Joe’s journey to learn, educate, and highlight Latinx, POC, marginalized leaders in a comfortable setting similar to your mom’s kitchen. Together with Joe, you’ll explore passion projects, community movements, intersectionality, culture, history, and mental health all with a leadership lens. An overarching theme and topic will be relationships how we build them, foster growth, and when to step away since interactions are built on some type of relationship. He invites you to join him every other week as we delve into these topics with guest who range from colleagues, friends, and people that he admires.
Joe is a 30 something gay Latinx man in the United States on a journey exploring, educating, and highlighting Latinx, BIPOC, and marginalized leaders in a comfortable setting similar to your mom’s kitchen on his podcast My Latinx Life. He has worked 15 years in healthcare moving to Seattle in 2015 from Texas where he grew up and my family still lives so he will always be Texan.
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Thank you Joe! We need more people like him to support their communities and advocate for their needs, especially when it comes to healthcare in the States. Keep up the great work!