Mildred Espinoza was named Special Advisor for the Advancements of Central America to the United Nations and is the Honorary Ambassador of Tourism for Guatemala. She is currently the CEO and President of Enviro Board Latin America.
Throughout her extensive career Ms. Espinoza has used her skills as business executive, international affairs consultant, and broadcast journalist to advocate for values like sustainable development and tourism, universal access to education, gender equality, and climate change, among others.
Recognized as leading business executive and newswoman, Ms. Espinoza is two-‐time Emmy Award winning television executive and journalist with almost 20 years of training working in print, radio, television and digital platforms in New York and abroad. She has conducted numerous interviews with high level government officials from various parts of the world on Millennium Development Goals initiatives addressing education, gender equality, climate change, economic and sustainable development, among other topics geared toward raising awareness about the Millennium Development Goals and the United Nations.
Ms. Espinoza was named “Newswoman of the Week” by both CNN en Español and the International Federation of Business and Professional Women (BPW-‐International), an organization represented in more than 80 countries, and is the recipient of Silver Medal from the Prince Albert I of Monaco Foundation presented to her by the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-‐moon a the United Nations Correspondent’s Association Ceremony. This award recognized her coverage on Climate Change – “Sustainable Tourism” in Roatán, Honduras.
An advocate for education and female empowerment, she is the recipient of humanitarian award presented by Mission International Rescue. Espinoza has participated in numerous programs mentoring high school students and spends substantial amount of her time sharing her professional experience as motivational speaker a colleges.