Manny celebrates his tenth year of being sober this year. Manny grew up in California and was in and out of jail for most of his teenage and early adult life. He was deported to Mexico more than once and was heavily addicted to drugs. One night, after a few days of binging on drugs, he came across a 24 hour rehab home. He knocked the door at two in the morning and they allowed him in. He has been sober ever since. Today, Manny lives in Cancun, is self-employed, travels, and gives most of his time back to the rehab home that changed his life.Read More
Trabajadoras: Conversations With Career Driven Woman
For the next few weeks, I will be sharing stories from different woman in different careers.
Joining me today is Deputy Maria Nava.
Deputy Nava was born in a small town in Zacatecas, Mexico. Her family brought her to Chicago at the age of four. Deputy Nava talks to us about her life, how and why she became a Sheriff’s Deputy, and the positive impact she is able to make for the community.