Our Mission

Latinos Post strives to be the news nexus and community forum for Latino America in the new Millennium. 
Latinos Post delivers U.S. and global breaking news, feature stories, and original content, relevant to the Latino experience, and offers the news from a Latino perspective in English and Spanish, accessible to all Latinos. Through bilingual news, cutting edge journalism, comprehensive coverage and social media interaction, Latinos Post is poised to engage the evolving culture of Latino America.

Our Promise

Latinos Post is a unique online media publication created to serve the entire Hispanic audience with U.S. and global news in English and Spanish to reach multiple generations of Latino Americans, as well as recent immigrants. Our news is accessible to all strata of Latino acculturation, language usage and preferences. This approach enables the sharing of critical news and discussions within bilingual families, households and communities, and meets the needs of the fastest growing segment of English-preferred Latinos. Additionally, the Latinos Post social media platform opens a forum for both community exchanges and brand interactions. Our “news nexus” and “community forum” approaches help to forge relevance in relationships and new connections between the Latinos Post audience and your brand.


  • President and Publisher

    Patricia Sierra Sampson

    Patricia Sierra Sampson has worked in the media and advertising business for more than 20 years. Throughout her career, she has held management positions in advertising sales, new business development, marketing, and production. Most recently, Patricia spent the past eight years at The New York Times Company as International Advertising Director where she managed a roster of accounts in finance, travel, tech, corporate, and luxury categories. She is a proven driver of new business and a skillful navigator of both the client and agency ecosystems.

    She has worked previously for Dow Jones Regional Newspaper Group, Philadelphia Magazine, and Dun & Bradstreet where she successfully created cross platform solutions and cultivated strategic partnerships. An early adopter of the internet, she owned and operated, Creative Resources, a marketing agency that serviced start-up web properties.

    She sits on the Gabriela Mistral Foundation and is an active community volunteer. In 2012, she started a grass roots effort called Plant a Seed which connects Latino corporate executives, celebrated authors, and musicians to share their inspirational stories of success with recent immigrant students from challenged schools.

  • Senior Editor

    Jean-Paul Salamanca

    Jean-Paul Salamanca has been a professional journalist for more than five years. A native of Queens, New York, Jean-Paul grew up in Long Island, N.Y., having attained his B.A. in Communications from Dowling College.

    Bilingual with an avid love for writing and meeting people, JP worked as a reporter covering state, town, city and local issues for publications such as The Gardner News in Massachusetts, The Southampton Press in the Hamptons, and The Forum News in Queens, N.Y. before joining Latinos Post. Follow Jean-Paul via Twitter at https://twitter.com/JPaulSalamanca