Jennifer Lopez is returning to the Bronx to speak with Latina businesswomen.

To visit Latina entrepreneurs, Jenny returned to the block.

One year after collaborating with a foundation to help Latina businesses get loan capital, Jennifer Lopez met with 20 Latina entrepreneurs in her birthplace of the Bronx on Friday.At 19, Coco Gauff is a multi-millionaire.

Grameen America teamed with the multi-hyphenate actress to speed its aim of delivering $14 billion in loan financing to 600,000 low-income Latina company owners by 2030, including Lissette Mims.

Her aim was to be an esthetician, and at 54, she owns Bella Shique spa, where Lopez held her celebration Friday.

Have worked my whole life and still love it. No matter my age, my dream is worthy, Mims stated.

This program is financing poor women in an environment when national banks are less likely to lend to Latino-owned enterprises than white-owned businesses

founded by Nobel Peace Prize winner Muhammad Yunus in 2008, would lend $1 billion to Latina women this year. Women obtain funding, training, and instruction to run their small companies.

A florist and a tire shop owner attended the event and were helped by the program.