Lore Guizar

Associate Project Manager

What makes you a Culturati?

I actively engage in and appreciate a wide range of cultural and multicultural activities. My curiosity extends beyond my own background, and I actively seek to understand, respect, and participate in various cultural experiences. I have a profound interest in culture, especially my Mexican heritage. Growing up in LA, surrounded by diverse cultural influences, and being fully bilingual in English and Spanish has allowed me to appreciate and navigate various cultural nuances.

How did you discover your Culturati nature?

I discovered my Culturati identity through a combination of my upbringing, personal interests, and experiences. Being raised in a multicultural environment in LA and having parents from Mexico exposed me to a rich tapestry of cultural experiences. My hobbies, such as crafts and baking, often incorporate elements of my Mexican heritage, which has reinforced my connection to my culture.

What type of Culturati are you?

I would describe myself as an artistic Culturati. My passion for crafts, baking, and my love for culture in music, and movies indicate a strong artistic inclination. I enjoy expressing my cultural identity through creative outlets.

What makes you a good Culturati Project Manager?

As a Culturati Project Manager, my ability to embrace and understand diverse perspectives becomes a significant strength. Being bilingual enables me to effectively communicate and collaborate with diverse teams, making me adept at navigating multicultural environments. Overall, my diverse interests provide me with a unique perspective that I can leverage in project management along with a deep understanding of cultural dynamics and a creative approach to problem-solving.