035: “Aren’t all Filipinos nurses?” Being raised by a single parent, her love for language, and stereotyping in the workplace with Dr. Stella C
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Physician, wife, mother of two and SF Bay Area resident Dr. Stella C knew at a very young age that she wanted to become a doctor. She shares what it was like to be raised by a single mother, getting hazed in medical school, her love for language (she speaks five languages), being stereotyped in the workplace, and to not let your circumstances dictate your life.

Connect with Dr. Stella C on Instagram @DrStellaC

The release of this episode, December 15th, is Jen’s 32nd birthday! Send her a “love letter” on what this show has meant to you on Instagram @thefilipinoamericanwoman!

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