'If we are coming from a place of love, anything can happen,' says Diane Guerrero

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A MAKERS Podcast
A MAKERS Podcast
Supported by 23andMe.
Supported by 23andMe.

In the latest episode of DNA of a MAKER, actress, author and activist Diane Guerrero opens up about her experiences growing up as a child of undocumented parents and then being separated from them at the age of 14.

Guerrero, perhaps best known for her work on Orange Is the New Black and Jane the Virgin, shares her story to help others understand the plight (and positivity too!) of immigration survivors.

At 34, the biggest lessons she’s learned along the way is to lead with love. Learn more about Guerrero and how she handles slights (by not taking things personally), prioritizes forgiveness and deals with perfectionism.

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Upcoming DNA of a MAKER guests include sportscaster Erin Andrews and venture capitalist Aileen Lee. Listen and subscribe at Apple Podcasts or wherever you catch your favorite podcasts.

DNA of a MAKER is a Verizon Media production and supported by 23andMe. This podcast is executive produced by Elizabeth Bohnel and Dyllan McGee and produced by Stacy Jackman, Carisse Moy, Kelly Matousek, Jevon Bruh and Jeffrey Pattit. This podcast is edited by Elena Perez, Roy Hamm and Meg Metzger.

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