JC-About-Img-200x200Jackeline Cacho defies all labels, forging ahead with her success as a gifted journalist, host of an inspirational nationally broadcast interview program, and role model to Latinas around the world who struggle with both inner and outer challenges. While the path of her career has taken many turns, her commitment to her roots, her integrity and her quest to spotlight other successful Latinos has never wavered.
Today, she is the host of Emmy Nominee talk show “Jackeline Cacho Presenta Triunfo Latino” the highest rated television program on the Spanish-language PBS network VMe TV. Seen in more than 40 cities across the country, every episode features guests who are making major strides to lift the image of Latinos and leverage their fame and expertise in helping communities all over the nation.
Her signature look and personality permeate each of her shows, shedding insight on what makes Latino luminaries successful in spite of all the challenges they confront. From political stalwarts like former San Antonio Mayor and HUD Secretary Henry Cisneros to global celebrities like Paul Rodriguez or Esai Morales, each show illuminates for viewers the hard work and dedication needed in today’s complicated world.

The show’s success in promoting positive role models has earned Cacho numerous awards and commendations. But success for her has been a long journey, since her first triumph as a beauty pageant contender in her native Peru. Outspoken and proud of her indigenous roots, she defied the caste and color barriers that often relegated women of Inca ancestry to subservient roles in the tourism and travel industry.
She parleyed her modeling prowess into a successful media career resulting in an opportunity to move to the U.S. and an entry into the world of television news.
Cacho’s career in journalism began with Telemundo’s Channel 48 in Houston, Texas, where she was the weather forecaster and moved on to special assignment reporter. As her notoriety grew in Texas, she was recruited by Univision’s affiliate in San Antonio as weekend anchor and full-time reporter. Her national fame would grow as she made special assignment reports for Univision’s “Despierta America,” “Aqui y Ahora,” and on the network news covering issues in the Middle East and Central America.

In 2007, Cacho moved to Los Angeles to anchor the network news at Azteca America, a growing Spanish-language news organization based in Mexico, City. This opportunity to anchor a national news broadcast
opened many doors for Cacho and introduced her to many luminaries of politics, entertainment and education.
Soon after in Los Angeles, Cacho and her partner Thene Muciño, a Mexican director and producer, founded JC Vision Corp & Finding Productions a media marketing services agency with expertise in producing commercials and infomercials, corporate videos, music videos, live events and advertising campaigns.
In a new direction for her, Cacho will soon release her first book in Spanish, “Mi Mochila Emocional,” chronicling her courageous fight with anxiety and panic attacks. Her gut-wrenching account of the disease and how it almost derailed her fast-track career path is meant to be a beacon of support for all who suffer from anxiety.
From sharing stories with today’s Latino giants, to illuminating the struggles of her own life, Jackeline Cacho is a woman for the new millennium. She continues to spread her message of hope, the importance of hard work and determination and commitment to her Latino heritage in every new project she undertakes. With new chapters of life still to explore, she remains a work in progress…progress that benefits us all.

Awards, Honors, & Humanitarian Efforts

2010 “THEMIS 2010” from The International Confederation of Lawyer’s in Puebla- Mexico for her humanitarian and educational efforts.
2009 “Diploma de Honor por su Trabajo Humanitario” from the Mayor of Lima Peru, Luis Castaneda Lossio, for helping 40 kids with a group of doctors and experts.
2009 “The Jose Marina Heredia Award” from the INPL National Institute of Latin-Americans Journalist, Los Angeles, CA.
2007 – 2008 “Advocate of the Year “ by the LBA Business Awards in Los Angeles, CA
2007 “Ambassador/National Spokesperson Of The Peace Alliance” for the National Campaign “Walking Together towards a U.S. Department Of Peace”.
2007 “Official National Spokesperson and Camera Talent for the City Of Hope campaign “La Gota De La Vida”
2006 “National Television News Personality of the year” by the Hispanic Professional Women Association.Invited to serve as an official spokesperson and on camera talent for the City of Hope Bone Marrow Donor drive.
2005 Recognized by the State of Texas legislature for creating the first-ever statewide Hispanic beauty pageant dedicated to Latina women and education.
2004 “Media Award” at the Seventh Annual Salute to Latina Women in Action hosted by the La Prensa Foundation.
2005 Established the Miss Texas Latina Crown beauty pageant as a non-profit to raise scholarship funds for young women in San Antonio.
2003 “Outstanding Hispanic Women Award” by the San Antonio Image Organization.
2002 The “Yellow Rose of Texas Award,” given by Texas Governor Rick Perry
2002 Traveled to the Middle East as part of a special series examining the historic conflict in the region between Arabs and Israelis. Named “Pilgrim of the Millennium” by the Israeli government, becoming the first Hispanic Woman in history to receive this distinction.
2001 Covered the earthquake in El Salvador and led a relief drive that delivered material aid to Salvadorians.

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