Josi Gago

Josi Gago…Traveling Her Yellow Brick Road was born in Coral Gables, Florida to Cuban parents. Living in Haiti as a child was one of her most memorable experiences. Returning to Florida as a teenager, she married and had 4 children. During her 25-year “corporate grind’ in banking she found herself lost when her position was eliminated and she divorced after 23 years. She learned to make margaritas out of lemons, worked on herself teaching yoga/meditation, and owning a juice bar. She also learned that toxic relationships slowly kill your spirit and she found her voice. Today, she is back in corporate banking but this time on her terms. She lives in Weston, Florida near her three grown sons and is preparing her youngest daughter to begin college next year.

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