Becoming a global leader doesn’t happen without effort. But the personal and professional rewards of developing an international outlook can be tremendous. That’s why Begoña works hard every day.


  • Begona was appointed to present the 2020 New Cultural Program of the Queen Sofia Spanish Institute Event in New York City.
  • Such a great moment with American TV personality Petri Hawkins-Byrd presenting the winners at the Emmy Awards Gala in San Diego, California.
  • LINDA INTERNATIONAL magazine named Begona to be the co-host for Miss Linda International 1st Beauty Contest in Connecticut State.

L-R: Journalist Guillermo Fesser, Begoña Sevilla, COO Queen Sofia Spanish Institute Patrice Degnan-, and Office and Chairman QSSI Carlos Cordón-Cardó at the QSSI event in New Yok City, 2020.

Emmy Awards Gala

43rd Pacific Southwest Emmy® Awards Gala – Begoña Sevilla, presenter at the Gala with CBS Journalist Petri Hawkins


Begoña Sevilla with young members Latinas of the LATINAS UNIDAS Foundation, Rochester (NY).

Begoña Sevilla with Julio Saenz, Professor of Communications at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) in Rochester, NY

She also has spoken at thousands of engagements and works around the clock to keep the community up to date on a multimedia outlet environment:

  • Begoña inspired more than 200 members of the LATINAS UNIDAS Foundation, Rochester (NY). They represent the future leaders of the community. 
  • She went back to the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), when she graduated to share her story of success in journalism in the United States and her 7 Emmy Awards challenge.
  • Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) students had the honor to listen to Begoña Sevilla’s story of success winning 7 Emmy Awards in less than two years. She was invited by friend Julio Saenz, Professor in the Communication Department.

  • She gave a master- class to the Spanish-language students at the St John Fisher College in Rochester. Begoña shared her Spanish Castilian knowledge and journalism career aspects.


Begoña had the honor to participated in numerous events:


  • Begoña was also honored to participate in the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Edward R. Roybal Legacy Annual Gala in March 7, 2017.
  • 20TH Annual LULAC National Legislative Awards in Washington, DC invited Begoña to participate.
  • Special guest for the 26th Annual Induction Ceremony of the Connecticut Women’s Hall of Fame. She had the opportunity to chat with the environmentalist and biologist Nell Newman
  • In 2019 she was honored to be invited for the Les Couleurs Charity fundraising event to continue inspiring, educating, and empowering children in Mexico. 


L-R: New Yorker entrepreneur Sasha, Founder of Les Couleurs Charity, Aura Copeland, and Begona Sevilla at the Fundraising event in New York City, 2019.

Begona Sevilla with the founder and creator of Latinas En Nueva York Organization, Fanny Mairena at the Latinos 40 Under 40 event by @NegociosNow in New York City, 2019.

L-R: The Bolivian painter Roberto Mamani, Begoña Sevilla, and President at AAVia Foundation for the Health of Bolivian Children, Mackenzie Malia at the Foundation event in Rochester, NY.

Begoña Sevilla at the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Annual Gala in Washington, DC.