About the event
Mi Amor Gala's 5th Anniversary
in support of
Domestic Violence Survivors
White / Black Gala
Grammy Award-winning Artists
John Carter Cash & Ana Cristina Cash
Mi Amor Gala proudly announces its 5th anniversary of the celebration of kindness with a White / Black Gala on November 21st, 2019, at The Cutting Room, 44 E 32nd St, New York, NY 10016.
Mi Amor Gala is partnering with Safe Passage, a nonprofit organization that provides emergency shelter, counseling, advocacy, peer support, and legal services to victims of domestic violence.
Each year, Mi Amor Gala honors individuals engaged in outstanding works of philanthropy with its “Kindness is Cool” award in addition to the empowerment “Runway of Hope”.
The program of the Mi Amor Gala 2019 will include:
- The “Kindness is Cool” Award honoring:
- Claudia Romo Edelman - is a Mexican-Swiss diplomat and an advocate for the inclusion equity and representation with a mission to use her voice to build bridges and remind us that we are all human.
- April Hernandez-Castillo - A well-respected Latina actresses in Hollywood. Her personal life story is one of victory and she uses her experience to motivate and inspire other survivors of domestic violence;
- Liana Zavo – is a Russian-American self-made entrepreneur on a mission to change the women’s media landscape by empowering women in business;
- The “Runway of Hope” starring survivors of domestic violence
- An amazing performance by Grammy Award-winning producer and artist John Carter Cash and Ana Cristina Cash
- Silent auction
"Working with and coaching these incredibly resilient women has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life,” says Luisa Diaz Brown, Founder, and CEO of Mi Amor Gala. “One of my most treasured moments is when the ladies have told me that for the first time in their lives, they felt beautiful. It touches my heart and makes all of the hard work worthwhile.”
Trish Steele, Founder, and CEO of Safe Passage says: "Our women, survivors of domestic violence, are empowered by Luisa's expertise as she equips them with the necessary tools, to provide courage and confidence."
This 5th anniversary of Mi Amor Gala will be used to raise funds for survivors of domestic violence and to celebrate their new strength and power made possible by the services provided by Safe Passage.
Why should you sponsor?
Mi Amor Gala is a celebration of kindness. It is an organization that recognizes angels who empower other angels with broken wings, through the gift of love. We host exclusive events to raise funds for nonprofits that are making a difference in someone else's life.
Since its launch, Mi Amor Gala has produced several successful events and raised thousands of dollars for non-profit organizations. Over 200 people will gather together to celebrate the fifth anniversary of Mi Amor Gala in support of Safe Passage, a non-profit organization that breaks the cycle of domestic abuse by healing and empowering women and their children, enabling them to live new, safe, and productive lives. This charity event is hosted by Mi Amor Gala founder, philanthropist, former Ms. Venezuela International, producer, actor/model, author and "Mrs. New York International 2019”, Luisa Diaz Brown.
Luisa Diaz Brown:
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Luisa Diaz Brown is the founder and CEO of Mi Amor Gala. She was inspired to create awareness for domestic violence in honor of her beloved grandmother, who was mentally and physically abused. Over five years, Luisa has been working with Safe Passage, which brings compassionate transformation to victims of domestic violence. Luisa also created a foundation to help unprivileged children called “Luisa Su Voz Latina Foundation.”
As an actress, author and philanthropist, Mrs. Luisa Diaz Brown has been featured in Oscar-winning movies such as “The Fighter” and “Silver Linings Playbook” and is known in North Carolina as “Luisa su voz Latina” (Luisa Your Latin voice), where she was the host and producer of the first and longest-running Spanish language TV program produced in a major network featuring interviews with leaders in the Latin community and beyond, including Oprah Winfrey, Jorge Ramos, and Cristina Saralegui.
Through her success with her show, Luisa has become a personality and brand name.
Her third entertainment talk show “Luisa” incorporated a live band and a studio audience. Also, she was the director of the Miss North Carolina Latina beauty pageant. Her comprehensive organization was dedicated to assisting young Latin women in growing and developing the confidence they need to achieve their dreams.
Luisa came to the United States not knowing the English language, but this did not stop her from attending college and graduating with a B.S. in Business Administration along with a concentration in Marketing from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.
Luisa is the author of Sexy Is Timeless: Ten Timeless Sexy Assets That Lie within You, where she shares her inspiring insights in an empowering guidebook by outlining ten different characteristics of sexiness that make women feel validated and more assertive. Interestingly, none of these aspects specifically address body type or images of traditional beauty standards. Her insight and support bring understanding to the reader’s unique attributes and own self-worth.
On November 3rd, 2019, Luisa will be honored along with other amazing philanthropists like Jessica Simpson, Pat Harvey, Gladys Knight, and Thousand Oaks major Rob McCoy at the 17th annual fundraiser “Time To Heal” by Safe Passage in Los Angeles.