Sandra Guzmán

Sandra Guzmán is an award-winning journalist and former editor-in-chief of Latina magazine, and a former associate editor at the New York Post. A writer and producer who has produced hundreds of stories for Fox Television’s morning show Good Day New York and Telemundo, Guzmán won an Emmy for a half-hour special, “Embargo Contra Cuba,” which aired on Telemundo’s New York affiliate. A popular motivational speaker among the college circuit and Fortune 500 companies and a recipient of numerous community awards, she is a national leading expert in journalism targeting the U.S. Hispanic population.

Guzmán has written and produced numerous stories, from interviews with A-list stars and athletes to pieces covering a gamut of topics, including politics, education, arts and culture, and women’s issues. She lives in New York City.

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The New Latina’s Bible

New Latina's Bible by Sandra Guzman

In this new edition of a book that’s been a go-to guide for young Latinas for years, award-winning journalist Sandra Guzman tackles the real-world complications facing Latinas today. With warmth, humor, and wisdom, The New Latina’s Bible explores a wide range of issues, touching on everything from family to dating to the workplace. Guzman offers helpful tips on improving self-esteem, and provides simple, easy-to-follow women’s health advice. New chapters take on important topics like sexual abuse, domestic violence, interracial relationships, and LGBTQ issues.

In The New Latina’s Bible, Guzman shows other Latinas that they are not alone in the day-to-day dilemmas that they encounter, and that understanding these challenges can strengthen and empower them as women. A must-read for any Latina who faces the trials of living, loving, and dreaming in two worlds—the old world of their mamá, tías, and abuelitas, and the new world in which they are immersed—this comprehensive book helps to bridge the gap between the dual realities that shape and define the nueva Latina.

Published in Self Help/Advice