Winchester Public Schools is excited to partner with Shenandoah University's Mosaic Center for Diversity to bring Denise Soler Cox to Winchester for the Eñye Effect. On Friday, October 18 at the HHH Stimpson Auditorium, Denise Soler Cox will be onsite for a Q&A and film viewing.
An award-winning Latina filmmaker and cultural storyteller, Denise Soler Cox is dedicated to helping people transform how we experience culture, identity, and what it means to belong. She’s built a reputation for being a speaker who has the rare ability to shine a light on a sensitive and often ignored topic with extraordinary clarity, honesty, and humor.
Her approach not only inspires and provokes new ways of thinking but most importantly leaves audiences inspired to take action and incorporate positive change into their lives.
She is a distinguished member of the 4th Cohort of the Stanford Latino Leaders Entrepreneur Program and is a National Association of Latino Independent Producers Fellow. Denise was also the 2017 recipient of the Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Bridge Builder in Education Award.
This year, she co-wrote and published her first culturally responsive curriculum called "Own Your Eñye for Education" and also launched the wildly popular "Self-ish Latina Podcast."
She has been the featured speaker in places like Facebook, LinkedIn, YELP, KPMG, Microsoft, The Smithsonian Latino Center, The Gap, Yale University, Wellesley College, Google, Proctor & Gamble, Starbucks and VaynerMedia to name a few. Denise is also a 2 time TEDx speaker.
Her work with Project Eñye has been featured on Forbes.com, CNN, NBC Latino, Chicago Tribune, Telemundo, Univision, Fox News Latino and many more.