Francisco Miraval

Writer, Educator, Philosopher

Francisco is a philosopher, writer, and journalist. Born and raised in Argentina, he lives in the United States since 1994 and is an American citizen. He is the Founder and President of Project Vision 21, a bilingual (English/Spanish), independent, news and consulting service agency, established in 1997 with main offices in Aurora, Colorado.

Francisco started his journalism career in January 1988, writing for several publications in Argentina. Later, he continued his career in Canada (1990-1994) and the United States (since 1994), in print media, radio, television, and Internet.

In February 1997, Francisco established Project Vision 21. This debt-free, minority-owned, DBE/SBE certified company provides services for several local corporations and non-profit organizations, and distributes daily stories and information in English and in Spanish for local, regional, and national media outlets. Francisco’s stories appear every week in more 65 newspapers and more than 45 web sites in the United States and in Latin America (syndicated by EFE News Services). During the past 15 years, almost 8.000 of Francisco’s stories were published by local and national media outlets.

Portfolio

Estudio señala diferencias entre tratamientos para adictos mexicanos
Deportation of Hispanic war veteran brothers postponed
Friday, August 19, 2005 Report reveals increase in "immigrant slaves" in Colorado
Colorado Hispanics could decide congressional majority
Centenares de hispanos desamparados se verán afectados por ordenanza Denver
Community organizations prepare health plan for Colorado Hispanics
Mexican, Colorado Officials Discuss NAFTA Environment Issues
Utah Group Seeking Hispanic Couples to Foster Latino Kids
Colorado Moves to Better Educate Prison Population
Pastores hispanos y afroamericanos se oponen a la Enmienda 64
Social Justice for Hispanics Not Yet A Reality, Chicanos Say
Hispanic Business Owners Urged to Pursue Government Contracts
Presence of Hispanic Women in Business Grows
U.S. Churches Unite to Aid Immigrants and Illegal Aliens
Education Cuts Blamed for Rising Delinquency Among Latino Youth
Graduation Rate for Colorado Hispanics Up in 2009
'Milagro' salvo la vida de mexicano en Colorado
Hispanos conocen poco de su religión y de otras, según encuesta nacional
Anticipan nuevo incremento del hambre entre niños latinos de Colorado
Maya Culture, Beliefs Impact Lives of Latinos in Colorado
Creatividad y cultura hispana impulsan economía verde: experta
Muestra resalta tradiciones indígenas y apego a la tierra de artistas latinos
Seguridad nacional se convierte en carrera universitaria y fuente de ingresos
La radio en español se extiende por sitios inéditos en Estados Unidos
Dos sacerdotes españoles dan nombre a reserva natural
Académico propone “bases éticas e históricas” para reforma migratoria
Aumentan casos de abuso infantil en Colorado en contra de tendencia nacional
Leyes migratorias: caras e ineficaces
Cultura y creencias mayas impactan vida diaria de latinos en Colorado
Antiguo mapa convertido en pieza clave de la historia de los mesoamericanos

All Copyrights Belong To Their Respective Owners