Cacho will share her expertise in communications and highlight the value of education during the community event
Online PR News – 30-March-2013 – Los Angeles, California – Cacho will share her expertise in communications and highlight the value of education during the community event
Los Angeles, CA - Jackeline Cacho, Latino media television personality and host of the independent program “Triunfadores Latinos,” will discuss entertainment, education, and technology coming together during the April 13th South LA Hack-A-Thon, a community event organized by a local tech start-up and nonprofit.
“Latino media outlets are not doing what they should be doing for our kids and for education,” said Cacho. “Those in the industry have a responsibility to be pioneers in bringing value to the programming that is out there.”
Cacho is known for her vision of Latino media outlets providing edutainment options, something traditional media has done for some time now. Her humanitarian efforts across the world and focus on Latino leaders in the community are prime examples of how she is bringing the category to the airwaves.
As a way to better establish herself and Finding Productions, the company she manages alongside her husband and producer Thene Mucino, Cacho is growing her online presence through more content generation and international partnerships.
She will be speaking about the many ways that technology, education, entertainment and our youth’s future are connected. Her discussion will be part of a bigger effort to create awareness about technology and education in the inner city, particularly amongst the Latino and African American communities.
The event will be hosted by URBAN Teens eXploring Technology (URBAN TxT) at the Normandie Christian School in South Los Angeles. It will run from 11 AM until 4 PM. The organization will give away computer equipment, online SAT classes and more to those in attendance.
Jackeline Cacho is an internationally recognized and award winning journalist dedicated to inspire and educate the Latino community through independent programming. She was recently named one the 25 Most Influential Latino Women by Latino Leaders Magazine. She is dedicating the entire month of March to recognizing exemplary Latino women in her show “Triunfadores Latinos.” For more information about “Triunfadores Latinos,” Jackeline Cacho, and Finding Productions visit www.jackelinecacho.com