Beauty: Skin (Soul & Brains & Heart) Deep

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado at Mary Kay DC Photoshoot

In the confessional: This is different for me to write and for you to read. No politics. No Election 2012. No civic engagement. The side you know all too well, as my heart beats in every post that aims to inform and empower young Latina women by making our political system accessible and encouraging them […]

Top Latina Bloggers Master Politics and Business

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado Chosen as a LATISM Top Bloguera

There were tears–lots of them, as fierce Latina entrepreneurs who are busting serious hump to advance their families and communities bared their souls on how hard their journeys have been. No playbook of success like the Romney’s or Kennedy’s receive, along with silver spoons, at birth. No inheritance like CNN anchor Anderson Cooper–aka the son […]

Election 2012: Latina Bloggers Go to the White House

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado Chosen as a LATISM Top Bloguera

Sometimes I wonder when I’m going to arrive at the White House and have security pluck me away, throw me in a Midnight Express cell, and throw away the key forever.  Guilty of being critical, obsessively at times, and holding President Barack Obama accountable for not delivering on immigration reform while deportations spiked and the […]

TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado Selected as One of Most Influential Latina Bloggers

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado Nominated as LATISM's 2011 Best Political Blogger

LATINOS IN SOCIAL MEDIA (LATISM) SALUTES VIVIANA HURTADO AS ONE OF THE TOP LATINA BLOGGERS FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY As part of the recognition, Viviana Hurtado will attend the First Ever Top Latina Blogger Retreat in Washington, DC WASHINGTON, DC (May 17, 2012) – Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) has recognized Viviana Hurtado, Founder and Blogger-in-Chief of […]

6 Minute Career Climb: Q & A with Crisis Queen, Author, & TV Show Inspiration Judy Smith

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado Interviews Judy Smith, the inspiration of ABC's Scandal

Does anyone else hear the big clic when the Universe unlocks her abundance, when Diosito bathes you with goodness? That’s how I felt when I guest hosted NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin when Michel was away. One of the many terrific stories I did was an interview with Judy Smith, a Washington, DC-based crisis manager or […]

Why I Would NEVER Live with a Boyfriend Explained on NPR’s Tell Me More with Michel Martin

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That I feared the ¿qué dirán?–what will people say?–more for Mami than me is what barred me from ever committing a barbaridad of ill-repute that would prove all my tías in Colombia right about the perils of raising daughters a la americana. Then I got older and guess what?  I won’t move in with a boyfriend.  It has […]

TMM Guest Host Day 1: Serious About Syria, Saving for Freelancers, Romney’s Woman & Latino Problema

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Until recently, I was always a generalist and in Washington, DC, this is a problem given that as a reporter, you need to own a beat–sources and stories to break news. So I focused on my passion and made it my niche: the dramatic growth of the Latino community and its impact on politics, the […]

TMM Guest Host Day 2: Travyon Martin’s Killer Charged, Summit of the Americas, Inspiring “Scandal” TV Show & The Voice

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Whenever you see a newscast, hear a radio show, see a movie, you see the finished product–no “work,” just the perfect dress–no seams, no stitches sticking out.  That “perfection” is possible only because of all the hard work, at times Herculean efforts, of a team.  If you are lucky, everything works out perfectly–your “A” guests […]