Cristina Ojeda

Marketing & Events Manager

Cristina Ojeda joined the Miami-Dade Beacon Council as Marketing and Events Manager in 2019.

Using her experience, skills, and creativity to bring a unique eye to Beacon events, Cristina is responsible for organizing and managing both virtual and live events for The Beacon Council. She also serves as The Beacon Council’s Community Manager, coordinating the development of our social media content and multiple newsletters, as well as contributing to other marketing efforts as part of the collective team.

Prior to joining The Beacon Council, Ms. Ojeda worked behind the scenes for multiple fashion shows and on large-scale industry events, assisting in various capacities including conceptualization, marketing, management and direction. In her role as an Assistant Fashion and Beauty Editor for VOGUE Mexico/VOGUE Latin America, Cristina was exposed to the world of fashion publishing and their exclusive luxury clients and events. Here she learned the importance of client relations, timing, and discernment. Cristina has worked as a marketing professional in a variety of industries ranging from Fashion to Biotech/Pharmaceuticals (and everything in between), managing local, national and global events. While living in Boston she worked for Boston Biotech Conferences developing content and assisting in the production of significant medical networking conferences for global biotech CEOs, academics (including Nobel Prize winners) and industry giants, again establishing her abilities in high-profile event direction and management.

A Miami native, Cristina holds a degree in Fashion Marketing from the Miami International University of Art & Design. Passionate about her community and the rich cultural diversity that defines it, Cristina revels in everything Miami has to offer and is an active Board Member of the Miami Center for Architecture & Design (MCAD). A self-proclaimed foodie, she is an active YELP Elite Squad member with a strong following due to her thoughtful reviews of local dining and events.

Cristina Ojeda

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