Maj Mujeres

Recently, I was invited by Director Liz Sandoval to join a conference for Maj Mujeres in Mexico. For those of you who aren’t familiar with , it’s a foundation that’s dedicated to the eradication of violence against women and works towards creating a future where all women can live without fear.

During the conference, we had the opportunity to speak to over 150 women, and we shared our life story. It was a humbling experience to know that so many women can identify with our story and are inspired to make positive changes in their current situations.

We were surprised to learn that Guadalajara has one of the highest rates of domestic violence in the country. It’s a shocking statistic, and we believe that it’s our responsibility to raise awareness and help make a difference.

One of the most touching moments of the day was when a young girl asked to take a selfie with us. She said, “I just want to hug her because she never should have gotten shot.” It was a powerful reminder of why we do what we do.

We also had the pleasure of enjoying a delicious lunch and were entertained by international star, David Gonzales Ladron de Guevara. Despite being physically handicapped since birth, David has not let that stop him from traveling and performing to welcoming audiences all over the world. His story was truly inspiring.

Another speaker who caught our attention was Miguel Morrert, an artist for the Disney Corporation. He spoke about how drawing can be a useful tool for relieving stress and stirring your imagination. It’s amazing how much we can learn from people when we take the time to listen.

My biggest takeaway from the conference was the importance of empowering women and giving them the tools they need to take control of their lives. We’re honored to announce that we’ve become ambassadors for the Maj Mujeres foundation, and we’re thrilled to be a part of the drive for change and building a world where every woman can live with dignity.

From Maj Mujeres Foundation

As a visionary businesswoman, wife, and mother of two children, Martha has¬†achieved great success through her valuable altruistic and community work. She was awarded the “Medal of Freedom” by 50 United States Senators for our continued support of the Latino community. We’re excited to bring her experience and expertise to the Maj Mujeres foundation and help make a difference.

We hope that our story inspires you to take action and make a difference in your community. Let’s work together to create a world where every woman can live free of fear. Don’t forget to share our story with your friends and family on Facebook.

Add A Comment