Company: Latinos En Michigan TV
Location: Howell, Michigan, United States
Liliana Ospina-Herbstreith, Journalist at Latinos En Michigan TV, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Business Owners for dedication, achievements, and leadership in journalism.
Having accrued two decades of experience as a journalist, Ms. Ospina-Herbstreith earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism and social communications from Universidad de La Sabana in Colombia in 2001 before spearheading her career. Following her graduation, she served as an intern with Citytv Bogota, a television reporter and production assistant with Señal Creativa and a manager of public relations and communications for a senator and congressman of the Colombian Congress through 2005. In the United States, Ms. Ospina-Herbstreith has worked for GlobalHue as a public relations coordinator, Latino Public Relations LLC as president and Domestic and Sexual Abuse Services as a Hispanic liaison and client advocate. She was also a contractor with the Kellogg Company and a content writer and translator for El Vocero Hispano between 2010 and 2016.
In 2016, Ms. Ospina-Herbstreith founded Latinos En Michigan TV, a weekly online publication that produces original content through videos and written stories that cover art, health, wellness, legal and political events and news. Despite the Hispanic community being the largest and the fastest-growing minority group in Michigan, she felt the Hispanic community has always been neglected in local news, so she took things into her own hands. In addition to this endeavor, Ms. Ospina-Herbstreith has also been the founder of Hispanic Marketing Solutions LLC since 2016 and a freelance international news correspondent with the HispanoPost located in the Miami/Fort Lauderdale area since 2017. Finding great success, she has been the recipient of a Talentos Latino Award in 2021 and an Advancement Award from the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce in 2020, attributing such success to her passion for her community. A member of the Society of Professional Journalists, National Association of Hispanic Journalists and Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Ms. Ospina-Herbstreith aims to continue her work in the coming years, while also dedicating time to spearheading a nonprofit organization that gives information to the community on how to build credit.
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