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East LA 11.07.2018

Sue Hoyuela

It all began in 2011. My husband and I were looking for a way to make an extra $100 a month to pay off our debt faster. We clipped coupons, recycled aluminum cans and sold stuff on Craigslist. And then one day I happened to hear about a website that allowed you to list a room for rent, and people could pay you to stay overnight in your house. Read moore>>

Glenn Shelhamer

I don’t just work in the Eastside Los Angeles community; I care for this community. A deep commitment to service in my private life has led me to be involved with local government and nonprofits. I am proud of my work volunteering with L.A. homelessness groups, and multiple animal rescue organizations. Read more>>

Laura Carrillo

My whole life I have been drawn to and studied Astrology, Numerology, and Feng Shui. I read about and practiced each of these more esoteric sciences with a passion. In my homes, I experimented with my environment using my personal space as a Feng Shui lab of sorts. As much as I loved these practices, I didn’t realize I could make a career of them. Read more>>

Jasmine Sauser

Ever since I could remember, I have had an unrelenting love for animals. When I was younger, I aspired to be a veterinarian but the older I got, the more I realized I couldn’t handle telling pet owners their pet was in its final days. After I knew I couldn’t handle the emotional life of a veterinarian, I started looking for other fields I could put my passion for animals to good use. Read more>>

Jason Fu

I arrived in the U.S. in 1996 motivated by the American dream to start my own business. I tried my hand at businesses in the real estate industry, the hotel sector, and even owned a bar in Rowland Heights. Unfortunately, none of those really took off, so I migrated my efforts to some less glamorous sectors of the economy and eventually launched a door hardware business. Read more>>

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