El poder explicar lo que motiva tu negocio, y la manera en que influyó en lo que es hoy en día, es una parte importante de la creación de tu marca y de la transmisión de tu mensaje único. Pocos saben esto mejor que Aisha Addo, quien en 2021 recibió una beca de YLAI en Toronto.
Being able to explain the motivation behind your business is an important part of building your brand and getting your unique message across. Few know this better than Aisha Addo, a 2021 YLAI Fellow in Toronto.
A roundtable conversation held during the YLAI Closing Forum on overcoming barriers, inclusive business strategies, and confronting inequality as a leader.
“Everyone deserves to have equal opportunities, rights, and benefits,” says María Suriano, 2018 YLAI Fellow, and founder of Masshii.
The YLAI Network consulted with a YLAI Fellowship alumni to illustrate their best practices for building an inclusive business, with insight from Betty Álvarez, René Espinoza, and Bibi la Luz González.
The YLAI Alumni Advisory Board is excited to invite you to an upcoming virtual event entitled “Challenging Gender Bias in Entrepreneurship.”
“Anyone can get lost,” says entrepreneur René Espinoza. “We all could use a guide sometimes.” René isn’t just talking about his app, Lazarillo, which helps make the world more accessible to people with low vision, but his own personal journey as well.
“Cualquiera se puede perder,” dice el emprendedor René Espinoza. “A veces a todos nos vendría bien tener una guía.”
2017 YLAI Fellow Victor Rujano Bautista, is the co-founder of CIMAS, an organization committed to promoting and defending the human rights of indigenous peoples and the protection of the environment in the Venezuelan state of Zulia.
Driven by a desire to help people from a young age, YLAI 2018 Fellow Janeel Boon aims to empower others to see their leadership ability within themselves.