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Angie has the great honor and privilege of being born in the United States. She is a first-generation Latina, native Texan, and above all, a Houstonian. She believes we as Americans have the obligation to leave our country in a better state than in which we entered it. Freedom without an equal chance to enjoy it, is not freedom at all. Inequality of opportunity leads to and perpetuates inequality itself. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from The University of Houston and is a proud UH Alumna. She believes she has an obligation to give back to the country that has given her so much opportunity. Ultimately, Angie’s mission is to make Houston the greatest city in the world to live in. She spends her nights studying towards a Master’s degree in Strategic Communication & Digital Strategy at The University of Oklahoma. When she isn’t working, you can find her playing guitar super badly, trying out new recipes, and snuggling her two cats, Persephone and Boy.
Will Aylin respond to your text message? Maybe. Will she answer a phone call? Definitely not. Will she help you hide a body? *checks room* Totally. (You’re not a cop, right?)
Aylin started her life in Colombia, which explains why she’s such a badass. She immigrated to the U.S. when she was seven. She then had to find a way to fit into her new world without knowing the language. She had gone from a band nerd in junior high to a JROTC nerd in high school. After she graduated high school, she joined a cult. (Luckily she didn’t drink the Kool-Aid… for long). She met and married her husband, which eventually led to a divorce, a move back to Houston, and a journey to self-discovery. Through that journey, Aylin got breast implants, began working as a bartender, battled through her mental health struggles, began advocating for the mental health of others, had breast explant surgery because she was finally happy with the body she was given, started a podcast - hoping to reach those beyond her physical grasp, and, most importantly found life long friends. Along the way to self-discovery, she delved into the mysteriousness of astrology to help her better understand the world and people around her. “She was one of the rare ones, so effortlessly herself, and the world loved her for it”. While Aylin may not believe these words herself, those who have been around her love and light can attest to their truth. Little did that scared seven-year-old Colombian girl know, she didn't have to conform to her new world. She was created to set the world ablaze with who she is - the person she is finding now.
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