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Emma A. Garcia

President HIDA Alumni

Arizona State University

HQ Phone:  (480) 965-3759

Email: e***@***.edu

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Arizona State University

451 E University Dr

Tempe, Arizona, 85281

United States

Company Description

ASU's School of Life Sciences is an academic unit of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Arizona State University is the largest public research university in the United States under a single administration, with total student enrollment of more than 7...more

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Laguna Artz LLC

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Arizona Art Alliance

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Painting

Arizona State University


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Emma Garcia, Laguna Artz, LLC


Emma Garcia

Emma Garcia
Emma A. Garcia, known as Artz, was born and raised in Toluca, Mexico. In her thirties, she moved to the United States. Emma's passion for drawing and painting started when she was only a child. Emma graduated with a degree in Painting from Arizona State University in 2011. Since then, she has founded Laguna Artz in memory of her grandfather. She is a trained Spiritual Response Therapy healer and Linguist. Before her accomplishments as an artist and before the inception of Laguna Artz, Emma's determination was tested. She migrated to the U.S. in hopes of starting a family of her own and sharing her life with someone. Although she did meet someone, the love story concluded far from the fairy tale ending she had imagined. What began as a sweet, innocent relationship ended up as Emma's worst nightmare. Over a year after marriage, she was confronted with escaping from a detrimental domestic violence relationship and saving her children. At the time, she and her three young daughters found refuge in a women's shelter. It was there where she learned about Friendly House, a local community organization that assisted domestic violence victims. "If you don't choose to grow, then life will throw something at you that will force you to grow," says Emma. Emma found help at friendly House and ended up meeting people like Sandra Enriquez who she now calls her "guardian angel. At the time, Sandra Enriquez worked in the Workforce Development office that helped Emma regain her independence and establish a new life as a single mother of three. Despite the surrounding circumstances, Emma says the training education she earned was valuable and helped her surpass the unexpected adversity. "Education is something that nobody can take away from you. Education is the tool that will never leave you alone. It's a blanket that you can always use when you need it," says Emma. In January, Emma shared her Friendly House testimony and words of encouragement to the 2012 Friendly House Scholars. She emphasized the benefits of higher education and the importance of perseverance. "If you don't have a dream, then you might end up working for somebody else's dream," she told the Scholars. Emma has won awards such as Jean Goulet Scholars Award and has exhibited her artwork in places like the Herberger College for the Arts and private shows.


Featured Artist-Emma Garcia

Emma A. Garcia's determination was tested when she encountered advesity.
Thanks to Friendly House, she is now living out her passion of creating art. Emma A. Garcia, known as Artz, was born and raised in Toluca, Mexico. In her thirties, she moved to the United States. Emma's passion for drawing and painting started when she was only a child. Emma graduated with a degree in Painting from Arizona State University in 2011. Since then, she has founded Laguna Artz in memory of her grandfather. She is a trained Spiritual Response Therapy healer and Linguist. Before her accomplishments as an artist and before the inception of Laguna Artz, Emma's determination was tested. She migrated to the U.S. in hopes of starting a family of her own and sharing her life with someone. Although she did meet someone, the love story concluded far from the fairy tale ending she had imagined. What began as a sweet, innocent relationship ended up as Emma's worst nightmare. Over a year after marriage, she was confronted with escaping from a detrimental domestic violence relationship and saving her children. At the time, she and her three young daughters found refuge in a women's shelter. It was there where she learned about Friendly House, a local community organization that assisted domestic violence victims. "If you don't choose to grow, then life will throw something at you that will force you to grow," says Emma. Emma found help at Friendly House and ended up meeting people like Sandra Enriquez who she now calls her "guardian angel. At the time, Sandra Enriquez worked in the Workforce Development office that helped Emma regain her independence and establish a new life as a single mother of three. Despite the surrounding circumstances, Emma says the training and education she earned was valuable and helped her surpass the unexpected adversity. "Education is something that nobody can take away from you. Education is the tool that will never leave you alone. It's a blanket that you can always use when you need it," says Emma. In January, Emma shared her Friendly House testimony and words of encouragement with the 2012 Friendly House Scholars. She emphasized the benefits of higher education and the importance of perseverance. "If you don't have a dream, then you might end up working for somebody else's dream," she told the Scholars. Emma has won awards such as Jean Goulet Scholars Award and has exhibited her artwork in places like the Herberger College for the Arts and private shows.


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