TALK SHOW HOST JACKELINE CACHO RECEIVES 2016 WOMAN OF THE YEAR IN MEDIA AWARD Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez Honors Outstanding Latina Women Los Angeles, Ca – Jackeline Cacho, known as the Spanish-language Queen of Edutainment, received a Congressional award for her many years in media, spotlighting positive Latino role models. At a reception held on Thursday, April 7, at the Delhi Center in Santa Ana, Cacho was among 12 outstanding women honored by Orange County Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez. The reception focused attention on women who contribute to the advancement of education, business, media and the betterment of their communities. The host and producer of the nationally broadcast weekly television program “Triunfo Latino,” Cacho interviews major Latino newsmakers, celebrities and leaders who share their success stories and sage advice for surviving and thriving in today’s fast-paced world. “I am deeply honored and thank God for this wonderful award, acknowledging my life work of introducing positive Latinos,” Cacho stated. “To receive the award from a woman like Loretta Sanchez, who I deeply respect, only adds meaning to its impact on my life.” Peruvian native Cacho started her journalism career with Univision’s television station in San Antonio, Texas. She rose to prominence covering local issues, and soon made the transition to national news with Univsion, Telemundoand TV Azteca. She has been recognized previously for her long career promoting positive Latinos. She received a La Opinion Newspaper’s 2014 Outstanding Women of the Year Award, the Latina of Influence Award from Latina Lifestyle Magazine, and numerous other awards and more recognition from chambers of commerce, educational and community organizations. Her weekly show can be seen in 42 U.S. states on VmeTV. Cacho will turn a new page in her successful career with next month’s release of her first book, “Mi Mochila Emocional” (My Emotional Backpack), which chronicles her personal debilitating struggles with Anxiety and panic attacks. She hopes that by sharing her own story, others will realize both of these conditions can be conquered. Visit her website www.jackelinecacho.com for more info .