“When you have dreams that come true, sometimes God surprises you with things you least expect,” says Alejandra Jaramillo, the Ecuadorian woman recognized as a Latina Positive Influence in the United States | people | entertainment
Starting from scratch, living in another country and working away from their home country has paid off in the life of an Ecuadorian Alexandra Jaramillo. Presenter esmeraldeña, who is part of staff A member of the Program Committee Who can sit (Unimás) It has established itself in the United States and has gained recognition for its positive impact in that country.
“When you have dreams that come true, sometimes God surprises you with things you don’t expect: Today at the Powerful Latinas Awards, they chose 14 Latina women, to recognize their positive impact in the United States, and among those women was me. 💖 “, the emerald woman details in Her Instagram account.
At the ceremony, which she attended accompanied by her parents and son, Jaramillo wore a white suit, with a very revealing neckline on the back that highlighted her silhouette.
“I raised that recognition with a senator from Florida, along with a Mexican actress I’ve seen on the most successful soap operas, along with doctors, businesswomen, and more women who inspire me to continue to believe that dreams and honest work have the best benefits and rewards,” he stated. detailed in his post.
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“At the moment I don’t plan to go back to Ecuador,” Alejandra Jaramillo says in an interview with Henri Bustamante, from En contacto.
Presenter In touch (Equavisa) He ended his letter with a message: “Speaking of rewards, the best I can have are my Caramel family, my parents Giulio and María Elena, my son Sebas, to whom I dedicate this tribute because they represent the meaning of success. Sharing my achievements with the people I love makes all sense. Thank goodness.” !”.
Jaramillo is still the host of the entertainment reality show Sit Who Can, hosted by Julianne Gill.
In December last year, Jaramillo traveled to the United States to initially spend the Christmas season with his family in that country. Then she announced on her social networks that she is doing shows on different TV channels to give herself a new job opportunity, but on foreign TV screens. (YO)
“Infuriatingly humble travel fanatic. Passionate social media practitioner. Amateur writer. Wannabe problem solver. General food specialist.”