- Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz: A "Pilotina" & More Entrepreneur, Aurthor, Speaker, Philanthropist J.R. Gonzales 32:55
Episode 89 –
In today’s episode, of Latino Business report, we sit down for a candid conversation with Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz, a visionary social entrepreneur who has built an inspiring enterprise. Her unwavering commitment to service, combined with a powerful vision for positive impact, has driven her to create not one, but two award-winning companies and establish two nonprofit organizations.
Born in Mexico City, Jacqueline S. Ruiz embarked on a remarkable journey when she moved to the United States at the age of 14. There, she quickly mastered both English and German. But it wasn’t just languages that captivated her—she also devoured literature from influential authors like Dale Carnegie, Zig Ziglar, and Napoleon Hill. Their wisdom would later shape her path.
In 2006, Jacqueline launched her award-winning marketing and public relations agency, JJR Marketing, leaving an indelible mark on the business world. But her ambitions didn’t stop there. She also founded an international media and publishing company.
Jackie, as she’s affectionately known, wears another remarkable hat: that of a Pilotina. As one of the very few Latina sports airplane pilots in the United States, she soars through the skies with determination. But her impact extends beyond aviation. Jackie is the driving force behind Latinas in Aviation, a global brand that encompasses a book, a magazine, scholarships, and exciting events.
Her philosophy? “Taking off is optional; landing on your dreams is mandatory.” So, buckle up, listeners, as we explore the inspiring journey of Jacqueline Camacho-Ruiz on this episode of the Latino Business Report!
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