Women in Music, Miami + Univision Network Talk "Premios Juventud: Inspiring, Motivating & Leading Change"

We are always on the lookout for organizations that we can support and Women in Music is one of them.

The non-profit organization celebrates the contribution of females to the world of music and aims to advance the awareness, equality, diversity, heritage, opportunities, and cultural aspects of women in the musical arts.

This year, Women in Music joined forces with Univision Network to present the event “Premios Juventud: Inspiring, Motivating & Leading Change.”

As one of the most anticipated events of the summer, Premios Juventud is an awards show and celebration of Latin music and trends in pop culture, fashion, TV, and digital and social media. During the panel, which was moderated by Maity Interiano of Univision’s Despierta America, the executive producers of Premios Juventud—Ayleen Figueras and Ulises Chang—revealed details about the show and participated in a Q&A session with an audience consisting of members of Women in Music as well as Univision executives.

From left to right, television personality Maity Interiano speaks with 2019 “Premios Juventud” executive producers Ayleen Figueras and Ulises Chang during the intimate breakfast and conversation “Premios Juventud: Inspiring, Motivating & Leading the Change," which took place Thursday, July 11th, 2019 in Miami, Florida. The event was hosted by Women in Music Miami and Univision Network.

From left to right, television personality Maity Interiano speaks with 2019 “Premios Juventud” executive producers Ayleen Figueras and Ulises Chang during the intimate breakfast and conversation “Premios Juventud: Inspiring, Motivating & Leading the Change," which took place Thursday, July 11th, 2019 in Miami, Florida. The event was hosted by Women in Music Miami and Univision Network.

At the end of the event, Colombian pop artist Camilo performed his latest singles "No Te Vayas" and "Desconocidos." Recently making his return to the spotlight as a singer after a hiatus, the rising sensation is also an established songwriter who has penned hits for some of Latin music’s biggest acts, including Prince Royce. Additionally, he is also an active supporter of Women in Music, having written songs for Latina music stars including Anitta and Becky G.

The Miami chapter of Women in Music is led by a group of diverse group of professionals from a variety of sectors within the industry with an ever-growing membership of 200 women including senior publishing executives, managers, publicists, concert promoters, singers, songwriters, music business students, entrepreneurs, and media executives, among others.

For more information about Women in Music, please visit womeninmusic.org or visit the Miami chapter’s Facebook page.

 

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