Issue Preview: March-April 2017

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Jamie Wright

Hard work. It’s a phrase Jamie Wright never once used when we spoke with her recently. Yet everything she says and does proves that she’s one of the hardest workers in the Los Angeles legal field.

The millennial minority’s strong work ethic is nothing new. Wright’s been laser-focused and committed to her dream ever since her Dad told her to follow it. He grew up in Mississippi during a time when African Americans were used to hearing what dreams they should and shouldn’t follow – from people with ulterior motives.

Wright wasn’t always a legal eagle, though, having originally planned to be a doctor. But when her organic chemistry class at UC Berkeley “weeded her out,” she remembered her Dad. He’d gotten into law school years earlier, but he couldn’t afford the tuition. It was her turn now. She grabbed hold and hasn’t let go since.


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Theresa Piasta

Theresa Piasta loves her Waffles. Waffles, the fluffy little white dog, that is.

But this is not your average girl-meets-puppy, girl-falls-in-love-with-puppy story. In fact, Theresa Piasta’s story is about as serious and scary as they come.

Sure, she had what you’d call an excellent – even privileged – childhood. The fourth of seven children, she grew up in the idyllic hills of California’s Sonoma wine country. The athletic blonde ranked third in her class academically, was an avid soccer player, and was so popular that she was elected student body president in her senior year.

That year was 2001. The same year two jet airliners crashed into two tall towers in downtown New York City one sunny September morning.

When 9/11 happened, high schooler Theresa Piasta knew she wanted to join the Army. It was only natural; her grandfather, father, and two brothers were all military men. Along with her mother, they’d always encouraged Theresa to reach for the stars and conquer her dreams.


Other interviews and business and empowerment articles included in this issue!

  • Alan Santana: The Boxer Who Turned Heartbreak into Hope
  • Six Ways To Put Your Business On The Road To Success
  • To Win Negotiations Consider Exclusivity(Business)
  • Making Co-Worker Relationships Work
  • And much more!

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