Jeanette V. Miranda
Jeanette V. Miranda has owned and managed businesses ranging from a children’s boutique shop, a Cuban restaurant, a digital advertising company. For the previous 23 years, she was co-owner of Miranda Hispanic Marketing (MHM), a fully integrated marketing, public relations, and promotional company. At MHM, she was the Director of Multicultural Marketing, working with various clients such as Anheuser-Busch, Miller Brewing Company, Sprint, and Novamex-Jarritos, to name a few.
Jeanette currently presides as President of the Board of Directors for Latino Treatment Center. She also serves as a mentor with Latina on the Plaza Organization. As if she is not busy enough, she is a founding volunteer of The Autism Hero Project. Jeanette was named “Philanthropist of The Year 2020.” Jeanette served as a substitute teacher for the second-largest school district in the State of Illinois, School District U-46 in Elgin. Jeanette is an amateur photographer, speaks conversational Italian, is fluent in Spanish, and is learning how to play the acoustic guitar.
This November 2020, Jeanette is a co-authored in the book titled Hispanic Stars Rising: The Face of Power. Her story is titled Hispanic Diversity. Jeanette is also a co-author in the book titled Today’s Inspired Latina: Life Stories of Success in the Face of Adversity Vol. III published May of 2017. Her story is titled Childless is Not My Narrative. In May of 2016, Jeanette earned a Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership from Judson University. Her applied research thesis titled E-commerce Marketing Services to the Growing U.S. Hispanics Market: Issues and Implications that Come with Major Population Change was published.
Her most prized possessions are her husband Orlando, her mother Telesfora, her two younger sisters Marilynn and Gisenia, her nieces Sofia and Annalys, and nephews Antonio, Jonas, and Gabriel.