Chelsea Henriquez, a New York City-based content creator, encourages women to build their wardrobes creatively and sustainably.
ITK Honors Latinx Changemakers
In The Know Honors: Amanda Enid Rodríguez-Davis
Raised by her hard-working Puerto Rican parents, Amanda Enid Rodríguez-Davis was influenced to found the jewelry company ENID&CO.
In The Know Honors: Gabriela Alemán
This Latinx artist and organizer brings food to those in need.
In The Know Honors: Bianca Kea
Bianca Kea is an entrepreneur and Afro Latina activist best known for her work with the brand “Yo Soy Afro Latina.”
In The Know Honors: Daphne Frias
Daphne is a youth activist for hun violence prevention, climate justice and the disabled community.
In The Know Honors: Gabriel Ramirez
Gabriel Ramirez is a Queer Afro-Latinx poet, activist and teaching artist.
In The Know Honors: Gipsy and Gelssy Rodriguez
Gipsy and Gelssy Rodriguez are the two sisters who catapulted Moda2000, their family’s quinceañera dress store, into social media fame.
In The Know Honors: Isabella Springmühl Tejada
Isabella Springmühl Tejada is a renowned Guatemalan fashion designer and motivational speaker on entrepreneurship and inclusion.
In The Know Honors: Jesús Morales
This son of Mexican immigrants is helping street vendors in Southern California.
In The Know Honors: Magdaline Hurtado
Magdaline Hurtado founded the company Hello Updo, which offers more inclusive alternatives to the average hair scrunchie.