Tara Sherry Torres, founder of Cafe con Leche, is a Brooklyn girl who fell in love with Pittsburgh 10 years ago. She is a dynamic communicator and creative connector who believes in the power of culture and relationships. Tara talked with us about her work with Pittsburgh's small but growing Latino population. "The challenge for Latinos in Pittsburgh is we don't have a historical reference," as in other cities. In her free time you can find Tara on a beach, sipping wine and dreaming big. Find her on Twitter: @taralajefa and @CafeLechePGH or visit Cafe Con Leche's website.
Kilolo Luckett is an art historian, cultural producer and writer. She created By Any Means, an art series that engages directly with leading artists, curators, writers and cultural consumers to broaden the scope and understanding of contemporary art influenced by Black culture. Kilolo is currently writing an authorized biography on Naomi Sims, one of the first Black supermodels. When she brings visiting artists to Pittsburgh, she makes a point to take them to parts of the city most visitors don't see, Kilolo said. "I want folks to be able to write about black and brown people that are doing awesome things in Pittsburgh." You can follow Kilolo on Instagram @kilololuckett. Photo of Kilolo by Christopher Testani
Food activist Leah Lizarondo of 412 Food Rescue joins Kim and Natalie to talk about what it was like building an army of volunteers to help deliver discarded food to people in need.