CONNECTING ACROSS CULTURES SUBCULTURES LANGUAGES
Driven by the idea that in this era of globalization, we must be increasingly aware of the role that culture plays in the way we receive and interpret messages.
At Omniculture Communications, we work with private and public organizations to deliver culturally relevant messages that resonate at the heart of the Latin American and U.S. Hispanic demographics.
Because the U.S. Hispanic market is not a homogeneous group, but a mixed group of different cultures and subcultures from North, Central and South America, plus Brazil, the Caribbean, y mucho más. We believe that communicating effectively requires more than speaking the same language. It demands a keen knowledge of their cultural differences and similarities to understand the lens through which Latinos perceive and interpret the world. We know how to do it!
Born in Lima, Perú, Jenny has 20+ years of experience in communications specializing in the Hispanic market. She has created award-winning campaigns and has worked with Procter & Gamble, Gillette, Secretary of State of Connecticut, Northeast Utilities, The Hospital of Central Connecticut, and The Hartford Foundation for the Public Giving, to name just a few. Jenny started her career as a journalist in Latin America. Also, she produced a documentary about the Inca culture for Yale University. Jenny holds a B.A. in Communications with a major in Journalism from Universidad San Martin de Porres in Perú. Currently, she lives in New Haven, CT. Learn more about her at www.jennymedinamorris.com..
Guadalupe, originally from Mexico City, brings 20+ years of experience as a journalist in Mexico and the United States. She writes for El Diario de Mexico (U.S. Edition), El Sol News, La Voz Hispana, El Canillita, Los Andes, and La Opinion from New England. She is also a community activist and has been recognized for her leadership by Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut. Guadalupe specializes in chronicles and storytelling. She’s the author of the book Historias para Contar a este Lado del Rio, a story collection about immigrants coming to America. Guadalupe has a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism from Universidad Nacional Autónoma in Mexico. Currently, she lives in Stamford, CT.
Miluska has 20+ years of experience working in media as an editor and a journalist. She was editor in chief for Expreso and El Correo newspapers where she managed a daily team of 48 journalists nationwide in Lima, Perú, her home country. Miluska was also editor for El Sol News, a weekly Spanish publication distributed in Connecticut and New York. In addition, she wrote political articles for La Republica newspaper. Miluska is a news junkie and a true master of the AP Stylebook in Spanish. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications with a major in Journalism from the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos in Perú. Currently, Miluska lives in Greenwich, CT.