An accomplished CEO, brand ambassador, a loving mother, and a natural leader; Ninela Sanchez contributes to her community in countless, significant ways.
Ninela Sanchez is Venezuelan born, proud Canadian, and has displayed a love for the stage, acting and performance at the age of three.
Her first beauty pageant was Miss Kid Venezuela obtaining the title as ‘Miss kid Venezuela’ and ‘Miss Petite Venezuela.’ She paved the way for Venezuelan in the American market of children’s pageantry. She then won the tittle Miss Canada Latina in 2014 and represented Canada in Miss Latin America of the World, and Miss Tourism, placing semi-finalist in both international pageants. Ninela also came semi-finalist in Miss Universe Canada 2016.
More than an actress or model...
As an actress, model and dancer she appeared in countless magazines, over 20 commercials, 6 of which were aired nationally, TV Series for Univision Canada and has performed at several charitable events.
Ninela has taken her passion for film/television/fashion and pageantry to another level. She has hosted for the most important TV Channel in the Latin industry; Univision Canada for the “Hola” & “With you in the community” segments, as well acted live for seasons 1 & 2 of TV kids show “My name is Ripley”.
She now owns her Modeling Talent Academy “Americas Top Model Academy”, a Pageant coach and the owner of MTUC INC Productions, which produces Miss Teen Universe Canada and Miss Canada Latina.
A Business Administration Marketing graduate from Sheridan College, Ninela pairs a broad range of creative leadership experience in brand strategy, strategic media relations and B2B/B2C marketing with a deep understanding of the psychology behind design to create effective campaigns and corporate narratives.
Today, Ninela has become an International Best-Selling Co-Author of the book “Breakthrough – Transcending in the mist of crisis” and currently working/collabs with high end brands to continuously impact and inspire her community.
One of Ninela’s biggest accomplishments was being awarded the “RBC TOP 25 influential immigrant in Canada” by the Government of Canada in 2017.