You have not heard the name Juana Bordas, I suggest googling it.
What you'll find is one of Denver's most inspirational leaders that comes from a colorful background. Not only has she been an advocate for women in business, but for young latinas, education and a voice for the unheard in the community.
She is the founder of Mi Casa- a nationally recognized woman's resource center that focuses on family, education, and rebuilding individual foundation through empowerment.
An activist for latinos and addressing social injustices, Juana has dedicated her life to servant leadership because it is what she loves and lives for.
Author of "Salsa, Soul & Spirit, recipient of Leadership Legacy Award, inducted into Colorado Women's Hall of Fame, advisor to Harvard's Hispanic Journal, the list continues with Juana's great accomplishments.
It was an honor to be invited to attend the release party of her newest book, "The Power of Latino Leadership." Juana read several excerpts and each one was just as powerful and inspiring as her presence.
Check out Tattered Cover in Denver for her newest book or Amazon.com