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East LA 03.06.2018

Jocelyn Ramirez

Todo Verde founder, Jocelyn Ramirez, is a vegan chef, college professor, yoga instructor, and advocate for healthy food access in her community. After Jocelyn’s father was diagnosed with cancer for the second time, she created a plant based superfood smoothie diet that made him dramatically stronger and helped with a quick recovery. Read more>>

Tori Amoscato

In my early 20s, I suffered from a musculoskeletal condition that left me in the kind of chronic pain that nothing could touch. I’d dabbled in so many different modalities that when I had my first BodyTalk session, it wasn’t lost on me that I got off the table in significantly less pain than I’d come in with, especially after something that seemed so gentle and esoteric. Read more>>

Wesley Hull

Working in the nightclub business since 1989 as primarily a DJ and Entertainer, this was the first opportunity to own and run a business through the experiences I had learned over my entire life as a Gay man coming to terms with coming out in a time and age where it was not as accepted to a day and age where it is more Celebrated. Read more>>

Nova Han

Growing up in Los Angeles, I fell in love with the LA rave scene when I was 15 years old. Not only did it lead me to a scene where people were wildly expressed, it lead me to relationships with dynamic people that lasted a lifetime. Read more>>

Natalie DeMotte

It all started in 3rd grade, when my teacher asked us to write a brief essay describing where we see ourselves in 25 years. I finished first! It was easy. I wrote: “I will be the owner of a vintage boutique shop”. Yes-“vintage boutique shop!” I was hooked on vintage early on and my career followed suit. Read more>>

Jessica Tree

In 2010. We were already good friends and decided we wanted to do something creative together. Both eager to be our own bosses and business partners, we were excited by the idea of creating cards and products that we loved and wanted to buy. After selling to boutiques and stores all over the world the past several years, we decided it was time to expand the business and brand and venture into the world of retail. Read more>>

Kristine Acosta

I grew up in a little of everywhere. As a kid I moved from Rosemead to Whittier to Hacienda Heights to Victorville until finally settling in Fontana for my high school years. I grew up in the Christian Church, was involved in ASB at school & cheerleading. When I was a senior my sister passed away. Read more>>

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