Valeria Aloe is a speaker, entrepreneur,
award-winning author of the book
Uncolonized Latinas: Transforming
The world is waking up after centuries of giving our power away. For most of our lives, we believed that the solutions to our problems, such as difficulties in our relationships, or stagnation in our businesses or careers, was entirely outside of us. This brought us to a sense of paralysis where we experienced nothing but frustration, or we may have worked too hard to drive results that never manifested the way we wanted them to.
I am here to share information that you may not have received while growing up, or, if you heard about it, you never received a roadmap to implement it on a day-to-day basis and make changes in your life. Every step in my life has been a preparation for what we are experiencing now, and I am thrilled that the moment of reconnecting with our immense creative power has arrived.
She is the creator of the mindset transformation and behavior change movement, called Rising Together, that supports Latinas and other women of color as they unlearn ancestral cultural mindsets holding them back from a fulfilled life and career.
Before launching her book and movement, Valeria worked +20 years in brand management, business development, and finance in leading companies across 7 countries, including Procter & Gamble, Citibank, Reckitt Benckiser and PriceWaterhouse Coopers.
Her work has earned her several awards, including “Top 50 Women in Business in New Jersey in 2020” and “5th most influential Hispanic in New Jersey in 2021”. Valeria holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth and a Master in Spiritual Sciences.
BREAKING THROUGH LIMITING BELIEFS
I had the privilege, and the challenge, of being the first in the family to break through paradigms and achieve goals that no one had ever accomplished before. From becoming the first one to attend College, leaving my hometown and working full time to pay for my studies, to becoming the first one to work for multinational companies, to be fully bilingual, to move to a foreign country, to obtain an MBA (Master in Business) and the first woman in the history of my family to open my own company with clients in the USA and Latin America.
Being the first one was not easy, since I never had the expert guidance of other family members or friends. However, my journey of experimenting and learning was full of opportunities to overcome paradigms and reinvent myself at every step, achieving extraordinary results that I could have never dreamed of achieving during my childhood and adolescence.