I am a native Spanish speaker with vast writing and PR experience. I hold a Master of Arts in Journalism from Northeastern University and a Bachelor's degree in Communications from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. I am also a State Certified Spanish Interpreter and Translator in New Jersey by the Administrative Office of the Courts.
I currently work as a freelance writer, interpreter and translator for a number of clients in both the US and Mexico. In the past, I worked as a community coordinator and translator at the music technology website OurStage and its sister site MTV DEMO. During that time, I managed the accounts based in Latin America and was in charge of the translation and localization of the entire site. I also authored blogs in both English and Spanish.
Before joining OurStage, I worked as a PR and Marketing Associate at a nonprofit in Boston, where I was in charge of writing materials in both English and Spanish.
Being a student-athlete is no easy task. The pressure to "do it all" - excel at sports, in school and in popularity - can leave many feeling overwhelmed and anxious, and can exacerbate problems in those who are vulnerable to mental health issues.
What could be better than one Puerto Rican artist who mixes Latin sounds with urban music? The answer is simple: TWO Puerto Rican artists. We are talking about Domino Saints, a pop duo from San Juan, Puerto Rico who happen to rock OurStage's Latin Channel, and whose style is a fusion of dancehall, bomba, reggae and other Latin grooves.
Let's face it. We all love Halloween. Nothing can beat the joys of wearing funny costumes and stuffing ourselves with candy. But did you know that celebrating death is even more enjoyable when it is done the Latin way?