Dominican born Celinés Toribio has become a recognizable face in the indie film circuit. In a short time, she has already co-executive produced La Soga, which was accepted into the 2009 Toronto International Film Festival, and acted in films like America (produced by Edward James Olmos) and the short film Bandoleros (staring Vin Diesel). Celinés Toribio has a media career spanning more than 15 years. She has hosted television and radio shows for ESPN En Español, Univision and was named one of People En Españols 50 Most Beautiful in 2008. Celinés Toribios endless dedication to support the Hispanic community has been recognized by government and community organizations. As a motivator and role model, she has participated in endorsement deals that include serving as the Hispanic voice for the Jillian Michaels wellness brand. Celinés also helps empower women and young people by serving as spokeswoman for the Latino Youth in Communication Arts (LYCA) organization and as chairwoman of the Dominican Republic Education And Mentoring Project (DREAM Project). For more information, stay connected at facebook.com/CelinesToribio or visit CelinesToribio.net.
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