We understand that being a Latinx en Medicina can get expensive. Books, prep courses, private tutoring, and applications can create a huge financial burden. This is why with every purchase that is made a portion of the proceeds will be allocated to creating scholarships.
Meet the founder: Leslie Gonzalez
First gen Latinx en Medicina. Using my voice to empower and uplift those who aspire to have a career in medicine.
A portion of the proceeds will go towards creating scholarships.
Blog & Resources
Occupational Therapist: Michelle DeJesus
My name is Michelle DeJesus and I am a pediatric occupational therapist from Florida. Like many immigrant stories, my parents overcame many obstacles in order to live in this country to provide a better life for their children.Read more
The Resilience Of A Self Starting, Latinx Woman MD: Racquel Carranza-Chahal
My name is Racquel Carranza-Chahal and I was born in Tucson, Arizona as a first generation Mexican-American. Like many other Latinx, education and hard work were big themes in my childhood. My father, orphaned at five, always dreamed of an education and encouraged my sisters and I to pursue our learning to the highest level.Read more
Becoming a Translator for the Community: Luis Cabrera
My name is Luis Cabrera and I am currently a second-year medical student at the Burrell College of Osteopathic Medicine. I received a Bachelor of Science degree in Molecular and Cell Biology from the California State University, Northridge.Read more