I grew up in El Paso and began my radio career working at B94FM in the '80s. In the '90s, I moved to Dallas and worked at KICK-FM. I also got my bachelors degree in Finance from University of Texas - Arlington. After graduation from UTA, I started my career in investments at Fidelity in Dallas. I then moved to the west coast to work for Edward Jones in Redondo Beach, California. JPMorganChase in El Paso offered me an opportunity to work with "offshore" clients in El Paso. I jumped at the chance to come home. I came to realize that the people of El Paso were special. El Paso is special. AT JPMorganChase I traveled throughout Mexico and Latin America, helping clients grow and preserve their wealth. I was able to work with some incredible people. In 2006, I was promoted to Houston, where I began to work with wealthy clients from Mexico City, so I spent a lot of time there. I even worked with a few celebrities. Now I have brought my experience to 93.1 KISS FM. Its great to come back to radio after all these years, I would have never dreamed I would make a full circle with my life." "I love people, I love El Paso, and I love my job!
Best Places to Take El Paso Dads on Father’s Day
Father's Day is this weekend and I was curious. Where is the best place to take dad on Father's Day? I asked the question on social media and the results were mixed. A pattern emerge from all the responses, meat! Almost all of the answers submitted had something to do with eating meat...
Hospitals of Providence Having a Cereal Food Drive
El Paso children are out of school for summer vacation. As wonderful as that is for every child, many children go without food during this time. Many children depend on the free lunch programs at their schools for their meals. With school being out for the summer, that assistance is missing...
El Paso, Today is National Doughnut Day
Today, June 7th, is National Doughnut Day. Did you know National Doughnut Day started when Lassies (women who volunteered for the Salvation Army) handed out treats to soldiers during World War I? Since then, National Doughnut Day has been celebrated every first Friday in June...
El Paso Children Learn to Care for Animals at Kid’s N Critters Camp
Teaching our children to be kind and responsible is a goal for all parents. The Humane Society of El Paso is bringing back a summer camp designed to do just that. Samantha Cortez, Kid's N Critters coordinator, said this summer camp presents an "opportunity for campers to make new friends, gain …
Netflix is Looking For the Next Selena in El Paso Today
BazaarModels.com has announced that they are holding auditions for the lead role of Selena in Netflix's upcoming series based on the Tejano singer. Netflix announced in December that they are working with the Quintanilla family to produce a series based on the life of Selena Quintanilla...
El Paso Teacher Wins Big on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
Congrats to Ricky and keep the awesome motivational videos going!
My First Time Trying Papusas in El Paso
El Paso only has few places that make Papusas (Northeast, Downtown and a food truck in East El Paso).
One Cent Tacos at Taco Cabana Today Only
Just in case you didn't know why they are selling tacos for a penny is because it is National lucky penny day!
NKOTB Pay Tribute to Selena In El Paso
A fan was escorted up to the stage as the band danced along to the song.
The Best Rolled Tacos in El Paso
If you had asked me this question a few months ago, I would have quickly answered "Chico.s" or "El Cometa". A recent trip to Ray's Gasoline Dive Bar made me reconsider my thoughts on the best rolled tacos in El Paso. Ray's has some of the best rolled tac…
El Paso Among Best Summer Travel Cities
Wallethub compared 100 metro areas across 40 key indicators of budget and fun-friendliness. They looked at such things as cost of the cheapest flight to number of attractions to average price of a two-person meal. Wallethub just ranked El Paso the 18th best place to visit this summer.
I Tried Sneaking Into Erin’s Bar & Look What I Found
No surprise here.