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2018 Latina of Influence | Liz A. Garcia

2018 Latina of Influence | Liz A. Garcia

Hispanic Lifestyle is pleased to recognize Business Owner and Transformational Coach and Leadership Trainer Liz A. Garcia as a 2018 Latina of Influence. Ms. Garcia along with our entire list of 2018 Latinas of Influence are invited to participate in Hispanic Lifestyle’s 2018 Latina Conference taking place April 4 and 5, 2018 in Ontario, California.

Liz A. Garcia, EdM is the Founder & CEO of Stay Limitless™ Leadership Training & Transformational Coaching. In a career spanning 17 years Liz has trained, coached, and mentored over 2,000 leaders of varied leadership capacities including, local, state and national leaders, Olympians, and White House Appointees.  She teaches people how to love themselves, be inspiring leaders, and achieve things they once thought impossible. Liz uses data-driven, research-based tools to help women move to a place of self-accountability and action, with tangible outcomes in life.

She provides Leadership Training with a heavy emphasis on self-awareness, ownership of brilliance, and accountability to personal growth and development. She has provided trainings and talks to organizations including, but not limited to Hispanas Organized for Political Equality, Miss CA Latina pageant, Latinas in STEM, National Latina Business Women Association- Los Angeles.

Prior to her launching Stay Limitless™, she worked in educational non-profit for twelve years. In her last position she oversaw a region of 58 afterschool programs that served 9,000 students and where she was responsible for the leadership accountability of 600 staff, 90% Latino.

Liz holds a Bachelors Degree in Sociology from San José State University, where she was the first NCAA Div I Women’s Water Polo All-American in school history. She holds a Masters Degree in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Liz was a Group Leader for the founding class of the Latina Global Executive Leadership Program founded by Dr. Yasmin Davidds, and has trained with world renowned trainers including Amercia’s Dream Coach Marcia Wieder and Human Behavior Specialist Dr. John Demartini. Liz sits on the Leadership Committee for the Bell Gardens Intermediate Leadership Camp. Liz has recently taken on triathlon competitions and enjoys cooking. You can find more information on Liz and her work at


Stay Limitless coaching services help Chingona Latina women to clear old blocks and traumas that hold them back from feeling joy.

We do this by identifying and removing old patterns & identifying your challenges in managing life transitions while teaching you specific strategies and tools that will aid you in clearing what you are ready to let go, while building self-love and self-trust.

Unlike other coaching that is generic or focuses on vague and esoteric concepts, my coaching is specific to the experiences and needs of women of color and is focused on keeping conversations 100% real and doing the deep work that can be uncomfortable and sometimes scary, but necessary to move clients towards feeling empowered to live their lives authentically.

Nominated by Cynthia Ruiz
I would like to nominate Liz A. Garcia for the the Latinas of Influence award.  She is a graduate of Harvard and has dedicated her life in helping Latinas transform their lives. She is a true leader in our community and should be recognized for her work. 

This nomination for the Latinas of Influence award is submitted for Liz A. Garcia. Liz has worked through 17 years of her career supporting, empowering and ensuring that Latinas in her world achieve. In her early career she coached a girls water polo team, made of young Latina women from Boyle Heights and South Los Angeles, and most of whom she mentored through college and are now professionals serving their communities.

Today her company Stay Limitless has a large focus on the healing, empowerment, and achievement of Latina women – through individual coaching, workshops, and retreats Liz is working to ensure Latinas have the skills and tools to continually up-level their lives and achieve the things they once thought possible.

Additionally, she mentors a group of millennial, first generation college students and professionals who are using her expertise to navigate the collegial and corporate landscape, as well as mentoring a couple of Latina women who are just starting out building their businesses. Liz remains committed to the growth of Latinas owning their power and knows that with the success of Latinas is the future success of the country.


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