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
Navigating Intersectionality as a Latinx Medical Student: Joseph Rojo
Hola! My name is Joseph Rojo. I’m a medical student. My mom is from Mexico. My dad’s family is also from Mexico, but his family history has been lost over the years. He was born in the U.S. and grew up during the era where Latinx families were essentially forced to assimilate. Like a lot of Latinx families, I have a large extended family. One of the best parts of having a large extended family is the immense gatherings. During these gatherings, we celebrate and continue to practice the traditions that serve as a connection to our Mexican identity.Read more
Inspiration From Immense Dedication: Dr. Yami Cazorla-Lancaster
My name is Yamileth Cazorla-Lancaster, also known as Dr. Yami, and I am a proud Latina in healthcare. I am a board-certified pediatrician, certified lifestyle medicine physician, certified health and wellness coach, podcast host, author, and speaker.Read more