This Is My Hustle: Charity Nicholas
Entrepreneur, Community Leader, Founder of Tech In ColorWatch Now
This is My Hustle: Chris “Stahyl” Gatdula
Jabbawockee, Bboy, Dancer, Rapper, and EntrepreneurWatch Now
On The Come Up: Bobbie Reyes
storyteller, impact leader, and speaker. She talks about graduating from UC Berkeley, how she got into speaking professionally.Watch Now
Welcome to Kollective Hustle
A movement for the emerging generation of Filipino creatives & entrepreneurs.LEARN MORE
Hustle with Purpose
Exclusive Interview feat. The Basco Family (Dante, Dion, Darion, Derek and Arianna)WATCH NOW
Erwin Hines is an artist, designer, and creative director. Throughout his career, he has focused on doing work that fosters empathy and inclusivity across all disciplines. He uses design to examine and reflect tensions within the current cultural landscape with the end goal of creating space for conversation and empathy.
“Kollective Hustle connected me to amazing like-minded individuals as well as provided me with the tools to hone my craft and turn my passion into a career.“-Amyra Soriano (Former Intern)
Think about it. You have this magnificent idea just waddling around in your head. Maybe you wanna start a podcast, film a series, or write a book. Maybe you’re the next real estate guru or Michelin-rated chef. Who knows? Its spark might be smaller than you’d like at the moment, but it’s definitely still lit.
Growing up with immigrant parents can be one of the most interesting yet odd experiences. From my own life, my parents would weave in Tagalog with their English anytime there wasn’t an English word that translated well. The perfect, yet somewhat strange example, is the tabo.
A personal problem I have been trying to overcome is not allowing job descriptions give me anxiety or deter me from applying. When I start reading through the summaries I find myself focusing too much on what prefferred skills they want and start undermining my own personal accomplishments.