Hey Amiga, welcome to this bonus episode of The Fearless Mujer. I had the honor of having another amazing and inspiring Mujer on the podcast. On this episode, Nadine Stecklein shares with us how she is using her voice as a Latina in politics and how she is making a difference in her community. She shares that she always wanted to be president when she was little, and even though others told her she couldn't she always felt like that wasn't in the rules. Nadine shares great ways to start getting involved in the community and seek out resources if you desire to lead in this way. She shares with us that you don't have to believe the lies that tell you that you can't do something.
We also touched on servant leadership and how that makes a huge difference in the lives of others.
This episode is truly going to empower and inspire you!
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Who is Nadine Stecklein?
Nadine is a higher education professional with nearly two decades in the public sector. She has worked for city, state, and federal governments. Nadine currently serves as the chair of the College Place Diversity Inclusion and Advisory Board, president of her local Lions club chapter, and an active member of the Blue Zones Project Walla Walla Engagement Committee. She has a BA in public policy and a Master’s in Public Administration. She currently lives in College Place Washington with her husband Zach and pup Lou. She is running for a seat on the College Place City Council in her first ever political campaign.
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