Cloe Cabrera

Organize Florida.
Cloe Cabrera Marketing and Communications Director, Organize Florida Cloe Cabrera is the Marketing & Communications Director for Organize Florida, a position which draws upon her wealth of multimedia experience. In her current role, she works to increase representation for Florida’s disenfranchised communities. To help communicate Organize Florida’s mission and achieve its goals, she uses her communication skills developed through extensive experience, as a reporter for The Tampa Tribune, Channel 8 and Channel 13. She is fluent in English and Spanish, and has used her bilingual skills to report and write about living life in the United States, from a Hispanic perspective, in her award-winning column, “Que Pasa.” In her newspaper work, she covered stories that required the ability not only to speak Spanish, but also to understand cultural differences. She used those skills while covering stories ranging from breaking police news to immigration. In her television work she hosted programs “Looking Good” and “Que Pasa.” She also created and served as the spokesperson for a campaign to empower teenage girls and women called “Brains & Beauty, Too,” which was carried on local television affiliates statewide. Cloe’s passion for community service keeps her active in several local non-profit organizations that help immigrants, the elderly and children. She is a popular speaker and a guest lecturer at Hillsborough Community College, the University of Central Florida and other institutions of higher learning. She recently was featured in LatinX Voices: Hispanics in Media in the U.S., the first undergraduate textbook that includes an overview of Hispanic/LatinX Media in the nation. The textbook offers readers an understanding of how Hispanics have transformed the media landscape in the United States because of their growing influence. Cloe is among journalists featured in this book because they have left their mark in print, radio, television, film and new media. Born and raised in Ybor City, Florida, she is the proud daughter of Cuban immigrants who emigrated to the United States in 1959.

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