The way we think about work is shifting. Now is the time to rethink, rebuild and even completely reimagine the future of how business gets done — inside and outside the office. The six speakers of Session 3 share the highs and lows of this burgeoning renaissance around work-life and livelihood, and weigh in on […]Continue reading
Why you should listen
In an industry that looks to define artists, Gina Chavez refuses to fit into a box. With features on NPR's Tiny Desk, Unlocking Us with Brené Brown and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Chavez was nominated for a Latin Grammy in 2020 and tapped to open the Latin Grammy premiere show with her first all-Spanish language release, "La Que Manda."
Chavez has harnessed her power to make space for those who can't be defined. From her half-Mexican, half-Swiss-German background to her faith as a married Catholic lesbian to her music (which she sings in both English and Spanish), the Latinx pop-rock artist is unapologetically herself -- and wants to open the door for others to be themselves, too.