Powerful Latinas to Look Up To

These talented Latina actresses not only shine on the screen, but also as role models and volunteers.  These Latinas are setting an example for the rest of us by using their fame and power to do good for many!

Roselyn Sanchez Roselyn Sanchez

The beautiful Puerto Rican Roselyn has been working in the industry for a long time. She has been recognized for her beauty in many pageants and that gave her a chance to land big roles in different movies and TV shows. She has also worked as a producer and director. She has done philanthropic work and created a foundation dedicated to help animals and little kids. She has also led a triathlon for children’s charities.

Judy Reyes

From Dominican parents, Judy has participated in many TV shows since the 90’s, including The Sopranos and Oz, but her most recognized roles are Scrubs and Devious Maids. However she’s not only an actress, she has spent some of her time helping orphans with organizations such as Orphaned Starfish Foundation, a group that help them overcome poverty through education in Haiti, Latin America and Africa. She has also helped to build community gardens with help of the Garfield Health Department.

Ana Ortiz

Ana Ortiz, who is of Puerto Rican and Irish descendent, graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and now is a mother of two. She is well recognized for her roles in Ugly Betty and Devious Maids. She has dedicated some time to do charity work! She has been a part of the fight against AIDS, participating with AIDS Healthcare Foundation. She has also worked for the Animal Rescue Foundation. While she was part of the Ugly Betty cast, they helped with a charity auction benefiting Save The Children.

Bella Thorne

From Cuban Descent, Bella Thorne has been working really hard since an early age and she’s only 18! She started as a child model. She was a lead actress and a great dancer on a Disney TV show while simultaneously working as a model for a couple of brands, and later working on movies and TV shows. With her busy life, she has set aside some time to help others by working with Humane Society, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, and The Nomad Organization.

Victoria Justice

She started her artistic career at a young age and hasn’t stopped working since then. She has appeared in many TV shows and is well-known from Zoey 101 and Victorious. She has also made a singing career and released many singles. But she is also making a difference. She joined the United Nations Foundation’s Girl Up campaign to educate, protect and empower girls in developing countries.

 

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