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Natasha Mmonatau is a writer and editor with a passion for elegant, powerful storytelling. Her work has been published by Grist, the Eastbay Express, and Stanford University’s Bill Lane Center for the American West. She has worked as a freelance writer since 2014, when she covered the music and arts of the African diaspora for Afropop and OkayAfrica. She graduated with her M.A. in Earth Systems & Communications from Stanford in 2018, and subsequently moved to Puerto Rico. She currently creates content for Based, an online platform in Puerto Rico devoted to highlighting the island's growing entrepreneurial ecosystem, and works as an independent voiceover artist for wikiHow.
Lincy Ayala, Xiomara Figueroa, and Neysha Borrero are the co-founders and developers behind the app where book lovers convene. They’ve raised upwards of three hundred thousand dollars in the capital ($300,000), garnered the love of 20,000+ users, and positioned themselves
Son of Dominican and Puerto Rican parents, he calls himself a domirriqueño and has been a social entrepreneur since his early high school years. Meet Alan Taveras Sepúlveda. He is the co-founder and owner of Brands Of. A startup company
Friends since their infancy, they've played soccer together and now call themselves co-founders. Meet Carlos Goyco and Gerardo Rodriguez: they are the duo behind Puerto Rico's fastest-growing digital library and the sole owners of Libros787! A startup that leverages their