BECAUSE #LACULTURA MATTERS
We embrace diversity by changing how organizations engage and build relationships with multicultural communities, regardless of race, color, nationality, and gender identity. Our PR service offers a culture of diversity and inclusion because we are not all perfect, just humans.
We have become a diverse nation and speaking the same language is not enough anymore. We believe all communities deserve to be engaged with a keen knowledge of their cultural differences and similarities through effective messages that respect their language, heritage, traditions, beliefs, and identities. That’s what sets us apart!
We partner with non-profit organizations and any mission-driven business that goes beyond its corporate purpose in the Arts & Culture, Education, Environment, Health Care and Government sectors.
Born and raised in Lima, Perú, Jenny founded OmniCulture Communications to bridge the cultural gap between American organizations and multicultural audiences. Jenny's a bilingual (English/Spanish) communications powerhouse with over 20 years of experience, writing advertorials for Procter and Gamble, serving as spokesperson for National Penn Bank, producing a documentary for Yale University, and generating news coverage for The International Festival of Arts & Ideas. In addition, Jenny has developed the unique skill to create campaigns that supersede expectations, registering 20,000 new Latinx voters and beating the goal of 10,000 🗳️set by Susan Bysiewicz, former Connecticut Secretary of State. Jenny began her career as a journalist 📰 working for renowned Latin America media 🎓 B.A. in Journalism and Communications from San Martín de Porres University in Perú.
Guadalupe is from Mexico D.F, and she began her career in journalism as an undercover worker in a factory from Juarez, Mexico, writing a feature story about women abuse in the workplace. For more than two decades, Guada has been writing social impact stories for newspapers in México and the United States, such as El Diario de México (US Edition), El Sol News, La Voz Hispana, El Canillita, Los Andes and La Opinion from New England. Guada is also the author of Historias Para Contar a Este Lado del Río, a book about Latino entrepreneurs. Senator Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut has recognized her leadership and activism in the Hispanic community. At OmniCulture Communications, Guada oversees client's stories ✍🏼 and develops partnerships 🤝🏼 with community organizations. 🎓 B.A. in Journalism from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.