With over one decade in front of the camera, Myrka Dellanos, is a two-time Emmy award-winning broadcast journalist who has gained credibility and the love of more than twenty-million people in the United States, Latin America and Europe. Myrka graduated with a Bachelor in Fine Arts in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami and a double minor in Spanish and music. She became known internationally as the anchor of Univision Network’s highest rated news-magazine program, Primer Impacto, where she covered important news events such as The World Cup in Paris and then Korea, Princess Diana of Wales’ funeral from England; OJ Simpson’s trial in Los Angeles and The Grammy’s among many others. Later she also hosted her own prime-time interview show titled “Exclusively with Myrka Dellanos”. She was invited by Barbara Walters to co-host ABC Network’s The View on several occasions and collaborated with CNN Network. She has interviewed notable celebrities like Ricky Martin, Oscar de la Hoya, Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, LL Cool J, Uma Thurman, Ray Romano, Salma Hayek, soccer player Leonel Messi and opera great Placido Domingo, just to name a few, and she has reported live from diverse locations such as Guadalajara, Mexico; Mexico City; Panama City; Guatemala City; Spain; France; England; Korea; and numerous cities in the United States like Los Angeles; Chicago, Dallas, Houston, New York, Key West, Miami and Washington D.C. among others. Myrka is the recipient of three ACE Awards; two Emmy’s for Reporting and Writing; and she was honored as an Outstanding Young Woman of America and is part of the Who’s Who among Hispanics in the U.S. In 2000, Dellanos received the Hispanic Leadership Award by the Hispanic Heritage Council and was chosen as Hispanic of the Year by the Direct Marketing Association of America. In 2001, the Human Rights Commission honored Myrka for her dedication in keeping her community well informed. In 2003, she was honored by her peers, the Organization of Ibero-American Journalists gave her an award for her ethics in journalism. Myrka was also the recipient of the Athena Award, which recognizes women that have served as role models for other women. In 2005, Dellanos was honored to be appointed by the White House as a member of the United States Freedom Corps, a group of 25 of the most influential people in their fields who are dedicated to promoting volunteerism. Dellanos was also invited by the White House to host the launch of Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States alongside the President Bush and the First Lady. Myrka was also the only Hispanic woman to travel to Iraq to visit our troops as part of the USO Tour with Wayne Newton during the war on terror in 2004. The completely bilingual (English and Spanish) journalist is also a successful published author. Her book Triunfa y Se Feliz (Succeed and Be Happy: Things I learned thank God, my Mother and Life) was published by Random House and was featured in the National Book Fair in Washington D.C. where Myrka was also the guest speaker in the West Wing of the White House delivering a powerful nationally televised message on the importance of reading to your children. Due to her success as a journalist and her tireless humanitarian efforts, Dellanos was chosen to be on the cover of Siempre Mujer’s (Meredith Corporation) magazine featuring the women that most inspire other women in the U.S. Dellanos has also graced the cover of numerous other publications in the U.S. and abroad and has been featured on the cover of People En Espanol magazine more than any other Hispanic in the U.S. She was chosen as People En Espanol’s Star of the Year and has been featured in their Most Beautiful People issue five times. And she was named as one of the 25 Most Influential and Powerful Women on Television by People Magazine in 2014. A dedicated humanitarian, she founded her non-profit 501(c )3 organization mROC (Missions Reaching Out Compassionately) whose mission is to help underprivileged women and children in South Florida and Latin-America. Dellanos has been the international spokesperson for various other non-profit organizations such as Save the Children, Partners of the Americas and World Vision among many others, and she has traveled to numerous countries to work with homeless children, orphans, displaced and abused women and former gang members. In 2007, Myrka was diagnosed with diabetes and she is active in educating her audience about how to live successfully with the disease. Her credibility has garnered her several national spokesperson campaigns such as Colgate Toothpaste, filming several commercials each year for ten years; she was also chosen alongside her young daughter to be a part of the Got Milk white moustache print campaign, and she filmed the Old Navy Christmas campaign. Currently, Dellanos is the spokesperson for Money Mutual for the Hispanic market. She is also considered a fashionista and launched her own jewelry line on HSN. Myrka was also an adjunct professor of Journalism at her Alma Mater, the University of Miami, where she was also invited to be the Commencement Exercises guest speaker. She create and hosted a syndicated radio talk show titled Una Vida Mejor (A Better Life) that was broadcast in Miami and New York. Myrka also travels worldwide as a motivational speaker sharing a message of hope, renewal and the importance of leadership within the corporate structure as well as on a personal level. When Myrka shares her personal story of trials, tribulations and successes which she has lived in front of the world, she is able to aid in restoring the audience’s hope in humanity and empower them to seek excellence through education, hard work, and volunteerism. Myrka commutes between her hometown of Miami, Florida and Los Angeles, California. Myrka considers her role as a mother as the most gratifying in her life.