A professional writer specializing in public relations, community/media relations, technical and grant writing, Dr. Medina began her career in journalism as a high school writer and it became a profession that has spanned over 28 years.
Tina previously held the position of Reporter and Producer for Breakthrough with Rod Parsley (an international television program on TBN and Daystar Television), and was formerly the news assignment editor and a reporter for Fox Four (formerly News Channel Four). Dr. Medina has also worked in the local Kansas City media producing Hispanic media programming at KCPT, KCUR and KKFI.
She was the original creative force and co-publisher of La Lista Latina, Kansas City’s first Hispanic Business Directory and the nation’s First Latino Expo, whose combined clientèle toped 800 members ranging from main stream corporate sponsors to small business owners.
Dr. Medina has written eighteen successful grants and has procured funding for a number of local Kansas City non-profit organizations dedicated to assisting the under privileged and low-income urban core. She has also written for several major companies in the Greater Kansas City Area and worked as a professional Hispanic Public and Community Relations contractor for the Missouri Lottery and Missouri Tourism.
Dr. Medina became a Certified Career Coach while serving in that capacity at the Kansas City Kansas Workforce Center. Writing over 1000 resumes and many grants on a volunteer basis, she enjoys helping people highlight their natural skills and capabilities so that employers are able to easily discern what the individual brings to the professional environment.
Country: United States of America
member since: Oct 31, 2013