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Keeping Up With The Berrospis

The world is at a crossroads when it comes to financial education – and more specifically, the ways in which Latin Americans access financial education tools, knowledge, resources, and strategies. For the first time ever, the world is paying attention to how and when Latin Americans access this vital information. Financial freedom isn’t something that should exist in only part of the world – it should exist everywhere.

And that is precisely what the Berrospi sisters are striving to prove. So, if you’re interested in learning a bit more about who they are, what they do, and what they’ve been up to, take a look down below and learn all about Latino Wall Street.

Improving Financial Education

Gabriela and  Karinna Berrospi , have been traveling in Latin America doing interviews, putting together exciting campaigns, and helping to ensure that every last Latina and Latino have access to the financial education and knowledge that they deserve.

Gabriela is the proud founder of Latino Wall Street – the #1 Spanish-speaking financial education academy tailored to Latin Americans. With a strong focus, a deep passion, and real-world expertise around financial education, the organization strives to connect Latin Americans with the resources they need to make the right moves when it comes to their finances. Karinna leads Latino Family Coaching, from investing with insight to creating wealth and working their way toward sustainable financial freedom, focused on lending more than a helping hand they are working to bridge the knowledge and wealth gap. But how?  

Bridging The Gap Between Telenovelas & Personal Finance

Latino Wall Street prides itself on its ability to deliver knowledge where it is needed most. In order to do that, they have recently launched one of their most exciting campaigns yet. The organization teamed up with Dos Hermanas (played by Mayella Llocla and Melissa Paredes) de America TV, one of the most widely-watched telenovelas in Peru and brought some of our teachings to the small screen. The Berrospi sisters traveled to Lima and mixed reality with fiction to teach the viewers of this famous telenovela about financial freedom. 

They had the chance to meet with some of the top actors in Mexican telenovelas like Gabriel Soto and Irina Baeva. Connecting with these landmark actors provided the Berrospi sisters with the chance to really push their message through a collection of powerful voices and reach as many Latinos as possible. With some of the biggest actresses and actors in the Latin American soap opera scene, LWS delivered financial education and knowledge in a way that was meaningful and easily understood – which is one of the main problems in the industry today! 

Bringing Financial Education To The Biggest Screen In New York City

If you’ve recently traveled to Times Square in New York City, you’ll notice that the biggest billboards in the square aren’t lit with the faces of the latest pop stars – in fact, they’re lit with the faces of Dos Hermanas de America TV! 

Latino Wall Street has taken the industry by storm, and their initiative to get more people involved has only been growing. Since then, they have been featured on some of the most prominent news programs in Latin America. In the future, they plan to expand the LWS footprint, increase their efforts, and ensure that people all throughout Latin America have easy access to the financial knowledge and education that they deserve. Financial freedom isn’t a luxury – it’s a right, and the Berrospi sisters are looking to prove it.



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