I began my career in media at age 16 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras as a national TV and radio host. It was here that I did my first narration and commercial voice over work.
After moving to the US in 2003, and completing a degree in Broadcast Journalist at Brigham Young University, I was hired as a TV & radio host/producer for a local Hispanic station in Salt Lake City, Utah.
A few years later, I had the opportunity to join corporate America as Zions Bank's Multicultural Marketing and PR Coordinator, overseeing multimedia campaigns and community events.
In 2010, I became Miss Utah Latina, a role that strengthened my sense of community, and prepared me for the work I did next as the Community Outreach & Volunteer Coordinator for a local non-profit proving mental health services for children.
Throughout my years in corporate America and the non-profit sector, I continued doing freelance on-camera and voice over work. However, it wasn't until 2015 that I created Female Voice Acting and dove in full-time.
Since then, I've hosted several local and international radio shows, created hundreds of educational narrations for schools across the US, and continued to do commercial voice over work for numerous clients including Target, Amazon, Kellog's Eggo Waffles, Honda and many more.
In 2020, I won a SOVAS Voice Arts Award in the category of "Outstanding Spoken Word or Story Telling - Best Spanish Performance" for my collaboration in the production of Pablo Neruda's poem "Para Que Tú Me Oigas".
This year, I look forward to offering my experience for many more voice over and on-camera projects. I also welcome opportunities to challenge my comfort zone!
Please reach out if there's anything I can help you with, or if you have a great challenge for me :)
Where is my Spanish accent from? Nowhere, it's 100% neutral.
Though I was born in Honduras, I deliver voice overs and narrations in neutral Latin American Spanish. A neutral Spanish accent helps your brand have successful advertising campaigns that allow you to reach and connect with a broader Hispanic audience, regardless of their nationality.