When the pandemic forced Sonia Rodriguez Thorn, a first-generation American and long-time college employee, to break out of her comfort zone, she found the strength and creativity to innovate and thrive. In this episode, learn how Sonia used her background in resilience and persistence to become a leader in innovation, how she leveraged the power of direct selling during the pandemic to help people fill their needs and the strategies Sonia developed to navigate the college system and help others successfully do the same.
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