Celebrating women's stories that are redefining our culture
So excited to bring you on my next journey ... join me in the conversation!
Hi, it’s Silvia, I can’t believe we’re finally here, announcing my new project.
After the release of my latest book, Good Girl, Bad Period, I've decided to pivot to a new adventure: starting my own blog and podcast titled: She Opened a Door. Here I’ll be celebrating and having conversations with some of the most inspiring women I’ve met along my journey, and bringing their stories to you. There are so many visionary women among us opening doors for the rest of us to walk though.
Good Girl, Bad Period delved into themes that lie at the core of our collective experience. From women's movements to women authors, I celebrated the powerful voices and stories that have shaped our path forward. I was both humbled and inspired by the organizers and writers who fearlessly fought for our rights and agency, impacting generations to come. I wept at stories I had never heard, and committed to learn more.
In addition to sharing my perspective, She Opened a Door will amplify the voices of others. I hope to showcase the works of women reshaping our culture in every way and create an inspiring platform for us to feel seen and heard.
In drawing inspiration from their tireless efforts, I plan to shine a light on modern legacies through storytelling. In this space I hope to create conversations where we can laugh, cry, find comfort in our shared experiences, celebrate women in all ways, and maybe answer the question… Who opened that door for me?
When I thought about who the ultimate first guest would be – someone who opened massive doors – I shot for the stars. When she said yes, I felt like she called my bluff! It was time to make this dream a reality. I am so honored to know this magnificent trailblazer and am bursting at the seams to share her story with you very soon.
Subscribe so you don’t miss the announcement in the next blog post and her upcoming podcast. She’s a rockstar of epic proportions and we have all benefited from her life’s work.