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