How Cultural Personality Traits Lead to Success

On this week’s episode, Jacqueline DeJesse shares her cultural identity journey, from being a little child “working” at her Peruvian grandmother’s company to struggling to find an ERG (employee resource group) that she feels fully seen in.

All the while using her strong cultural traits to make bold moves, literally and professionally, to create the life she wants for herself and her family.

Learn how tapping into your cultural heritage and personality can lead you to your most successful self.

Jacqueline DeJesse, an valued product leader in tech with 7+ years of experience cultivated across startups, enterprise tech and now, Google, where she is Product Manager on the Health Search team.

At the start of the pandemic, Jackie founded Quorum, a company that amplifies women’s stories through the sales of hand poured candles and further donates a portion of the sales to local women’s empowerment charities.

In her free time, Jackie can be found at a local bookstore to add to her immense library, cycling and loving the company of her husband and two cats.


Consuelo is a first gen Peruvian, structural engineer and mother who encourages women, especially women of color, to disregard conformity so their true personalities and talents will make this world a sassy musical rather than a dull monologue. Viva!

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Consuelo… with an ‘o’

Badass chica, 1st generation Peruvian, solo female who disregarded the patriarchy and forged into structural engineering... in stilettos, but really wanted to be a record album cover artist instead.

27 personalities rolled into one that bring insight, enthusiasm, humor and fearlessness to encourage young women to live their lives out loud and on their terms.

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