214: BIPOC Legacy Building and Ancestor Work with Camila Lacques-Zapién
On today’s episode of the Grad School Femtoring Podcast, we dive deep into ancestor work, lineage, and legacy building with my dear friend Camila Lacques-Zapien. As first-gen BIPOC students and professionals, understanding our histories and tapping into ancestral wisdom can be profoundly healing and empowering.
Camila Lacques-Zapién helps BIPOC & first gen visionaries build legacies rooted in community & authenticity through her business, ALA CAMILA. She offers personal statement, admissions, creativity, holistic purpose and career coaching. She prides herself on being a compassionate, multi-ethnic, Chicana mystical hype woman, an avid LA sports fan and a lover of creative writing.
On the show Camila defines what ancestor work and legacy building means beyond mystical and financial associations. She shares ways to connect with one’s ancestry and legacy through intention and daily practice. And she teaches us that doing this work can help us better understand our talents and purpose. I hope her words inspire you to honor the past and walk boldly into your future.
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