( ENSPIRE She Did That ) Emmy-Winning Journalist, Speaker, and Author Shares
ENSPIRE Contributor: Gabrielle Maya
Gaby Natale has broke barriers in the speaking, publishing, and media industry which has gotten her featured in Success Magazine. She is an Emmy-Winning journalist, speaker, and author who has earned her Master’s Degree in journalism in Argentina. Natale moved to the United States and took a job as a news anchor with Univision in Texas. This experience in the journalism industry inspired her book The Virtuous Circle, where she discusses her ‘high profile and low pay’ work including the four-year process to obtain residency. She wanted to thrive and make something of her skills so, Natale and her husband decided to start their own business. They began with a TV show dedicated to the Latino audience. In 2007 they both launched SuperLatina out of a carpet warehouse in Odessa, Texas.
“Breaking barriers and creating tools that would allow leaders from all walks of life to become Pioneers in their fields has always been at the core of my work as speaker, journalist, and entrepreneur”, explains Gaby Natale. She became a 3 Emmy-Winner for Outstanding Daytime Talent in a Spanish Language Program (2016-2017) and Outstanding Entertainment Program in Spanish (2016). Her show brought focus to individuals in the Latin community and brought a new perspective to the TV screen. Natale strongly believes that believing in yourself, embracing your uniqueness, and moving forward is the key to success as a leader.
According to Success Magazine whether Natale is speaking to the UN, Georgetown University, a global corporation, or students wanting to start their careers her message is: “The ones who pioneer and embrace change are the ones who will be in the best position to benefit from it.” She went from being unemployed in Argentina to becoming an author and Emmy winner. Being a speaker has allowed her to share her wisdom and philosophy with the world. She insists “Leaders come in all forms, shapes, sizes, ages, genders, and also accents because we can all sound different. And we all bring value to wherever we are.”
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