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Lorena Soto is a first-generation American born in El Paso.  She served 7 years in the United States Air Force, affording her the opportunity to experience life outside of her border town.  After a few years of travel, she found her way back to El Paso with a new found respect for her desert home. Lorena has invested her knowledge and military training by working with non-profits to better her community.  Lorena is a presenter, facilitator, and human-rights activist.  She creates custom presentations for organizations and business with topics ranging from leadership training, sensitivity training, diversity training, personal growth and development, teamwork, Having difficult conversations, etc. Lorena also facilitates conversations between management and staff or different departments to develop synergy and encourage teamwork and communication.

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Mar 28, 2018

My journey to self-acceptance as a brown queer God-loving woman has been a long one, with many hurdles and wrong turns.  I was raised as a non-denominational Christian. My connection to my church and my God were strong.  By the time I was a preteen, I was going to church at least two days a week.  I attended every special event for the youth group; I was in all the plays, and the highlight of my summers was getting away to Christian camp in the Guadalupe Mountains. 

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