Founder of The Catch A Falling Star Foundation
Author ~ CEO ~ Humanitarian~ Speaker
"You can sit in the corner and cry
or you can go out and dance in the rain.
Either way, the storm is coming."
Motivating others globally to "Embrace All That You Are, Unapologetically™" Paradise strives to be a voice for the voiceless and a refuge for those seeking abundance. Author, CEO of A Paradise Company™, and business solutions expert, her "unapologetic" stance serves her platform. An Empowerment Coach & Public Speaker in personal growth, professional development & entrepreneurship, she created programs to leverage her network, skills, and privileges in order to assist communities in thriving forward.
Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux also works as a Fashion Model, Actress (film and stage), and Dancer. Her work can usually be found online and within luxury magazines throughout America, Europe, and New Zealand, having walked for various fashion designers, including Kara Verano, Jeff Garner, and Quynh Paris.
Most recently crowned Ms. World International Ambassador, Paradise is perhaps best known for her activism work, and relentless efforts toward eradicating human trafficking and creating sustainable solutions to combat the domestic violence, housing, food, and mental health crisis around the work.
When asked where she gets her inspiration from,
"I am inspired by my early childhood and iconic role models like, "Creole Goddess", Josephine Baker, who
worked with what was in front of them, refusing to give up on their passions."
Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux is the founder of the successful campaign
empowering all to establish healthy boundaries, and
bridge the gap between where you are, and where you want to be.
Paradise Rodríguez-Bordeaux serves on the board of
Beauty, Brains & Business™ (President/Founder) and is President/Founder of The Catch A Falling Star Foundation™, which to date has given over $15 thousand to support diverse causes worldwide including Domestic Violence Survivors, Homeless/Hunger Survivors, and Educational Inequality resources and supplies.
Growing up without a strong sense of community and heritage, she began her search for relatives in France, Spain, Puerto Rico, and Ireland. She eventually connected with those relatives and is now living between Paris and Manhattan, NYC.
In 2014, Paradise suffered from a traumatic brain injury causing her to lose (5) five years of memories. While the memories never returned, she has been fighting strong in her fight against Cancer. Since then, Paradise has earned various awards for her outreach work including the 2018 Woman of Strength Award, launched the global campaign, #ICanBeBoth, went on to become a student at Harvard University (where she plans to earn her MBA, Ph. D in Psychology and LD via the graduate school), debuted her first novel, "Finding Paradise", and has since earned her wine company, Artémis Wines, the Luxury Lifestyle Award.
With an emphasis on #IntentionalInnovation, Paradise has leveraged her unique network, expertise, and skills to make a positive mark on the world. With budding empires like A Paradise Company™ - Paradise Rodriguez-Bordeaux Inc.™ and The Catch A Falling Star Foundation™, Paradise combines a determined, forceful aesthetic with a humble philosophy, never compromising her ethical principles or her style credentials. Earning the 2022 Humanitarian Award, Paradise continues to push beyond the boundaries of the status quo in her quest of establishing equitable environments with sustainability at the core.
A quote famously coined by Paradise herself,
"You can sit in the corner and cry or you can go out and dance in the rain. Either way, the storm is coming"
has been used around the world to uplift and motivate those needing empowerment.