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5 Woman-Owned Businesses Who Inspire Us

Today is International Women’s Day— a day dedicated to celebrating the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women all around the world. 

SALSAOLOGY is proud to be a woman-founded and women-led company. We’re passionate about empowering and supporting fellow woman-owned businesses, as we believe we are stronger together. 

We're shining a spotlight on a few of the passionate and powerful female-owned businesses who inspire us with their mission and vision. 

The Bonita Project 

The Bonita Project is a Latinx-owned PR agency that’s breaking barriers between general and multicultural markets. With a focus on celebrating and highlighting the diverse Latinx community, The Bonita Project also serves as an educational platform. 

Founder: Danielle Alvarez 

Latinx Therapy

Latinx Therapy is a collective of Latinx mental health professionals who are destigmatizing mental health in the Latinx community. Latinx Therapy offers a bilingual podcast, a national directory to find Latinx therapists, and many more resources on their platforms. 

Founder: Adriana Alejandre

The Luz Collective

The Luz Collective is a digital news and media platform by Latinas, for Latinas. Luz Collective strives to tell stories that promote Latina individuality, creativity, strength, success and community. 

Founder: Lucy Flores

Yo Soy AfroLatina

Yo Soy AfroLatina is a lifestyle brand on a mission to empower and celebrate Black women within the Latinx community. YSAL highlights the people, experiences, and culture of the AfroLatinx community through it’s platforms and products. 

Founder: Bianca Kathryn

GRL Collective

GRL Collective is a Latina founded lifestyle brand that celebrates and builds a supportive and loving community among girls and women. A portion of all sales at GRL Collective goes towards raising scholarship funds for girls who have limited access to education in Jodhbur, India.

Founder: Kristine Rodriguez

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