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How This Latina Brought Her Dream For Quiero -- A Latinx Talk Show -- To Life 

How This Latina Brought Her Dream For Quiero -- A Latinx Talk Show -- To Life 

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The conversations on QUIERO the Show, a Latinx talk show web series, are centered on the Latinx experience. Priscilla Garcia Jacquier sits opposite her guests, the likes of Alexander Dinelaris, Emma Ramos, and Michelle Veintimilla, as she builds a conversation on their experiences pursuing their truest passions...

'Quiero' Is A New Latinx Talk Show Web Series That You're Going to Want to Support

'Quiero' Is A New Latinx Talk Show Web Series That You're Going to Want to Support

Latina Magazine

Introducing Quiero, a new Latinx web series, created by Priscila Garcia-Jacquier, who will be bringing
in special guests to share their perspective on all things

Latinx. Garcia-Jacquier is a Colombian native who hopes to connect Latinx millennials to other Latinx heroes who have unapologetically carved out spaces for their ambitions to thrive.

‘Quiero’ Webseries Hopes to Craft a Talk Show for the Latino Community

‘Quiero’ Webseries Hopes to Craft a Talk Show for the Latino Community

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In the wake of new entertainment technologies, the talk show has remained in a state of stagnation until now. Colombian filmmaker Priscila Garcia-Jacquier, inspired by the likes of Arsenio Hall, Oprah, and Marie Forleo, is hoping to launch her talk-show webseries Quiero..

Meet Priscila Garcia-Jacquier, The Colombiana Behind A New Talk Show For Latino Millennials

Meet Priscila Garcia-Jacquier, The Colombiana Behind A New Talk Show For Latino Millennials

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The self-development industry rakes in a yearly revenue as high as 11 billion in the United States. Through books, podcasts, life coaches, apps and television programs, the field is vast and growing. However, the faces of the self-help world, much like that of film and television, has remained overwhelmingly white and male. This industry, meant to better us as individuals and entertain us as consumers, does not represent our Latinx community. Enter Priscila Garcia-Jacquier, the Latina trying to change that.