Minerva O. Salles is the Founder and CEO of OMG Creative Solutions™, a digital media company specializing in diverse multi-platform digital content.
Minerva uses her extensive experience and expertise in multimedia to advise her corporate clients to reach their business goals through better communications. She has moderated panel discussions and commissioned to be Master of Ceremonies at corporate events due to her talents and skills as an effective public speaker. As a TV journalist, she wrote, produced, and presented compelling stories on Amazon Prime Video about business innovation, cultural awareness, and social impact.
Before starting OMG, Minerva worked as an independent producer and on-air contributor for ABC’s digital cable channel, ABC News Now. Her ability to multi-task and communicate effectively earned her a coveted position within the ABC News Division. She worked as a multimedia specialist for the award-winning ABCNews.com website, where she developed audiovisual news packages for distinguished ABC News TV programs, such as World News Tonight, Nightline, World News Now, and Good Morning America.
She is Membership Chair for Coral Gables Rotary International Chapter and an inspirational speaker on women’s empowerment, cultural awareness, and sustainability. She was commissioned as a medical translator for the U.S. Air Force 42nd Medical Group stationed in Panama, providing medical translations to hundreds of patients.
Minerva received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Seton Hall University. She is pursuing a Master in Public Administration in Management and Innovation at Columbia University. Minerva is fluent in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. She is an eloquent Argentine Tango dancer and Latin Jazz musical artiste.
- Extensive experience and expertise in multimedia
- Panel moderator for social impact discussions
- Master of Ceremonies at corporate events
- Writer producer, and presenter of docutainments featured on Amazon Prime Video
- Producer of broadcast and online feature segments and on-air commentator on ABC News