“There’s hope. It doesn’t cost a thing to smile. You don’t have to pay to laugh, you better thank God for that.” – India Arie
Editorial Journalist, Content and Social Media Curator, Lupe Looove says, “Being a positive role model and inspiring the younger generation through education and women empowerment,” is her way of changing the world.
When Lupe’s not killing it in the entertainment world, (Editorial Journalist for KCET and Social Curator for KarenCivil.com, RnBass.com and HomeGrownRadio.net), she volunteers her time by giving back to the community.
Lupe recently served as the Community Service Chair for the non-profit organization, Hermanas Unidas, where the goal is to reach out to the Chicana/Latina community and provide resources through Academic Workshops/Events, Community Service and Collegial Networking.
A Mexican-American, the youngest of 5 raised by a single mother, and the first in her family to get a college education, is the driving force for Lupe’s passion for Women Empowerment, Giving Back, and Higher Education.
“I wake up every morning and I thank God that he gives me another day to do what I love. I pray, I love to give back to my community, I’m always singing/rapping and laughing. At the end of the day, I like to surround myself with positive vibes, dope people, and creative minds.”
While her mother has always been her role model, she’s also inspired by the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Zendaya, Beyonce, Michelle Obama, Oprah Winfrey, Tupac Shakur, Letty Martinez, Rob Markman, and Angie Martinez.
Lupe’s Favorite Books:
“My Voice: A Memoir”– Angie Martinez, “Be You & Live Civil: Tools for Unlocking Your Potential & Living Your Purpose” – Karen Civil, and “I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban.” – Malala Yousafzai
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