Spoiled Latina Day

Spoiled Latina style blogger empowers women at anniversary brunch

Spoiled Latina style blogger empowers women at anniversary brunch

Yvonne Guidry, Devi Brown at Spoiled Latina Day event
Yvonne Guidry, Devi Brown. Courtesy photo
Spoiled Latina Day event group photo
Some of the Spoiled Latina Day Women's Empowerment Day brunch participants. Courtesy photo
Spoiled Latina Day event group photo
Spoiled Latina Day Women's Empowerment Day brunch drew a large crowd. Courtesy photo
Joy Sewing, Lisa Valdez at Spoiled Latina Day event
Joy Sewing, Lisa Valdez Courtesy photo
RacQ Cordova at Spoiled Latina Day event
RacQ Cordova. Courtesy photo
Spoiled Latina Day event, Yuridia Gonzalez, Tyzza Macias, athena anesti, yvonne guidry, lisa valadez
Yuridia Gonzalez, Tyzza Macias, Athena Anesti, Yvonne Guidry, Lisa Valadez. Courtesy photo
Yvonne Guidry, Devi Brown at Spoiled Latina Day event
Spoiled Latina Day event group photo
Spoiled Latina Day event group photo
Joy Sewing, Lisa Valdez at Spoiled Latina Day event
RacQ Cordova at Spoiled Latina Day event
Spoiled Latina Day event, Yuridia Gonzalez, Tyzza Macias, athena anesti, yvonne guidry, lisa valadez

What: Spoiled Latina Day Women Empowerment Brunch.

Where: The Marquis Downtown Lofts.

The scoop: Yvonne Guidry, founder of SpoiledLatina.com, celebrated the eighth anniversary of her popular lifestyle blog with a "Brunch, Bubbles and Convo" gathering to celebrate women in all facets of their lives — beauty, lifestyle, fashion and family for a morning of empowerment, inspiration and pampering. “ Motivational speaker Raq-C Cordova, TV and iHeartMedia radio personality Devi Brown and Houston Chronicle fashion and beauty editor Joy Sewing shared tips with the audience.

A portion of the ticket sales go to CCM Foundation, a nonprofit that promotes awareness and prevention of HIV/AIDS and STDs by outreaching to teens and young adults through education and entertainment.

Who: Also joining in the discussion were Houston Rockets ticket representative Zanetta Jones, Factory Glam founder Tyzza Macias, 104.5 radio's Yuridia Gonzalez, Houston Style magazine assistant publisher Lisa Valadez, entrepreneur Athena Anestia, Maria Antonieta Garza, and Stephanie Areche Franco.

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