Ms. Rico is a founding partner of Entravision Communications Corporation, a diversified Spanish language company utilizing a combination of television, radio, and outdoor to reach approximately 80% of the U.S. Hispanic population as well as the border markets of Mexico. Entravision is the largest affiliate group of the top rated Univision television network, with outlets in 18 of the nation’s top-50 Hispanic markets. The company also operates the nation’s largest centrally programmed Spanish language radio network which serves 23 markets via 57 owned and operated radio stations and 47 affiliates. Entravision’s shares of Class A Common Stock are traded under the symbol: EVC.
Ms. Rico is President of Weber BMW that is located in Fresno, CA. Weber BMW is an exclusive BMW Full Service Center that sells New BMW’s, Certified Pre-Owned BMW’s and other luxury vehicles. It has been in business since 1970 and supports many local charities.
Ms. Rico is one of eight children from Mexican born immigrant workers, and currently resides in Fresno, CA. She is the author of the recently published book “La Vida Rica”, and sits as a director on various boards.
Fresno woman’s ‘crusade of awareness’
Michelle Giannetta calls her involvement with the American Heart Association “a crusade of awareness.”
Her inspiration comes from a near-fatal heart attack at the age of 28 when the artery into her heart spontaneously dissected. It is the same rare heart condition that took the life of actor John Ritter – the artery simply splits apart.
For over 10 year, the spunky mother of two who is Senior Constituent Service Advisor to local Congressman George Radanovich, has been a hard-working volunteer and articulate spokeswoman for the American Heat Association. Michelle helps organize the Heart Walk in Fresno and is local spokeswoman for the AHA’s Go Red for Women campaign.
Michelle attributes much of her road to recovery to the American Heart Association. She is very grateful for the technology and funding of medications that the association has provided to her and others. Michelle is also thankful for the opportunity American Heart Association has given her to speak about her life altering situation.
When asked where would Michelle Giannetta be today with out the American Heart Association her quick response was “ I wouldn’t be here today”. Michelle is truly grateful to the American Heart Association because her life is so much better because of all it has done for her.
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