Meet Belinda!

She’s a woman whose infectious laughter and boundless heart light up any room she enters. Belinda graced our Empowered 40 series, and her presence brought an abundance of joy and inspiration to all involved.

As the owner and educator of Alvarez Vino Educational Service, Belinda is not only a dedicated professional but also a loving mother and wife. Her passion for wine shines through in everything she does, as she shares her knowledge and love for the craft with her students.

During her photoshoot, we had the pleasure of witnessing Belinda’s zest for life firsthand. Her portraits radiate with the same passion and joy that she carries in her heart, capturing the essence of who she is—a remarkable woman with a profound love for life, her friends, and her family!

Belinda’s story reminds us that life is meant to be lived to the fullest, with laughter, love, and unwavering passion. We are honored to have crossed paths with such an incredible woman, and we’re grateful for the opportunity to share her story with the world.

Thank you, Belinda, for inspiring us all with your vibrant spirit and unwavering dedication. You truly embody the essence of empowerment and joy, and we’re blessed to have you as part of our community. Cheers to you and your continued success! 🍷✨

Learn more about her below!

Q&A’s with Belinda

Who are you as an individual?

On one side, I’m big and bold and completely vulnerable on the other.

Having been blessed with 3 amazing examples of independent women in our matriarchal line with a great grandmother who was a photographer, granny, an amazing seamstress and botanist, and my mama who made dolls by hand and showed me what true compassion and sacrifice are.

I love fiercely and thrive in social environments especially with my career choice.

How did you life change after turning 40?

It was such a busy time being a grown up or as my kiddo would say “adulting”, buying a house raising our son, going to school, working, traveling.

If you could tell your younger self one piece of advice, what would it be?

Buy the house and bank the cash in that IRA early, that way retirement can come when you want!

What advice would you give to other women about life?

Hold on tight it can be quite the ride.
Don’t be afraid of changes, believe me.

San Francisco to Mars, PA was not a part of the life plan or my universe in the mid 90’s but it’s one of the best decision we ever made.

Enjoy and make time for you.

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