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I began my career at Milk and Honey, NYC's original speakeasy, preserving cocktail craftsmanship. This led to photography and art direction in fashion. I'm a partner at La Flia in Puerto Escondido, a soul-enriching retreat, benefiting the local community. Now, a proud resident of Mexico City, I plan to create spaces for shared interests. I'm also a new mom, eager to build a supportive Hermanas community for moms. I have an 89-pound Doberman named Boo and love dog dates. I'm passionate about maternal health in CDMX and offer advice on doctors, prenatal care, and motherhood in a foreign land. Thrilled to be part of this powerful group of women!

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Hello! I actually feel most settled in unconventional situations. I don't know... it makes me feel like I'm doing something right. I am also most comfortable with unconventional people as well, so pinpointing a time is difficult. But I could say that my move to Mexico City 2 years ago and my decision to have a child here as a woman in her 40s was a bit unconventional. After 21 years in New York City, I quit my job, left all my belongings, safe guards, contacts and securities to move to a country, culture and language that I love. This move has made my mind quite clear and singular.

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How do you think you can contribute to the community? What do you feel you are an expert in and could give advice to the community on? Would you like to mentor in any area of expertise?
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