Events & Exhibitions

“Lessons from Frida Kahlo” with Ciléia Miranda-Yuen

Lessons from Frida Kahlo:  ‘A woman’s embodiment of authenticity, resilience, and empowerment’

Wednesday, June 28th with Ciléia Miranda-Yuen


Ciléia Miranda-Yuen is an acclaimed speaker, leadership coach and workplace innovator. A talented executive with keen professionalism, visionary spirit, and charisma, she is the President of the leadership development and diversity consulting company GenWay International.

A trailblazer, Ciléia has fomented several cross-cultural collaborative initiatives among prominent art, cultural, and business organizations and forged bridges between the Hispanic-Latino communities and the community in general. Ciléia is active with the St. Louis Mosaic Project and co-led their 52-Weeks of Art in 2016; She serves as a director of the Center for the Humanities at the University of Missouri-Saint Louis, and has served as the chair of the Hispanic Leaders Group of Greater St. Louis. She is a planning committee member of the International Institute STL-Festival of the Nations, was a steering committee member of the Moving Beyond Diversity Towards Cross-Cultural Engagement Conference, and co-founder of the Viva Brasil STL Association. An active member of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce STL, she was instrumental to the development of their Hispanic Leadership Institute curriculum and teaches some of their classes on Emotional Intelligence and Authentic Personal Branding and Influence.

With passion and determination, Ciléia embraces causes that are driving forces for the betterment of our community. Her priorities dwell on bringing people together, capitalizing in the potential of collaborations and partnerships, and inspiring people to become better global citizens. She is a forefront force advocating for alliances that strengthen the overall region.

Ciléia Miranda-Yuen lives in Saint Louis, Missouri with her husband Andrew Yuen and their golden retriever dog, Guga.

The lecture is $5 IPHF Members/$10 Non-Members

Enroll by phone 314-535-1999 or email