American Latino Radio

Talk Radio for American Latinos

Ch. 154
Broadcast in Spanish.
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  • Sujeiry Gonzalez

    Sujeiry Gonzalez is a vibrant author, life coach and on-air talent who tells it like it is. She hosts – an online community for all things love – is Latina Magazine’s Love and Sex Columnist, and the Love Guru for Mi Amiga Magazine – a monthly magazine in Atlanta. She’s rocked the relationship market since 2006, and recently appeared on Telemundo’s “Acceso Total” and “Primera Edicion,” “The Madison Jaye Radio Show,” BronxNet’s “Open,” and FYI’s “Married at First Sight.” Sujeiry has also shared her pearls of wisdom with CNN Latino, Cosmopolitan for Latinas, YourTango, MSN Latino, NBC Latino, GalTime, and more. The author of the recently released Dating RITE: Advice on Dating Woes from Your Go-to Chica and Love Trips: A Collection of Relationship Stumbles (2012) was also the Love Guru for Exitos 93.9FM on the Raq-C and Nachin Show (2013). Ultimately, she is a champion of what she calls “The Power of Self-First – a movement that encourages women to have an increased awareness of self, be accountable, and tap into their needs, desires, and non-negotiables.

  • Tara Marie

    Tara Marie Segundo, M.A. is a New York City based fitness expert, personal trainer, motivational strategist, and radio talk show host with nearly 30 years experience in the fitness industry. She holds a master's degree from Columbia University in Applied Physiology and helps clients break free from destructive patterns so they can reach their physical and mental peak, and achieve happiness and true health. Her radio show, TARA MARIE LIVE, focuses on the pivotal aspects of creating a phenomenal life by addressing the mental, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual sides of our lives.

  • Bill Santiago

    Bill Santiago is the first born of at least four children. He became a standup after narrowly escaping a career in journalism, facing the fact that as a comedian he was funny, but as a reporter he was a joke. It’s been said he was born to Puerto Rican immigrants, which is technically untrue, as Puerto Ricans are US citizens. Although, he’s got an uncle who was once deported to the Bronx.