Beltran Media is an industry leader in Hispanic marketing. Our founder, Terry Beltran, was the first-ever Michigan-based entrepreneur to win the Latina Style award.  Beltran Media’s work has been recognized by the Latina Style Magazine, Michigan Business Radio and many other media outlets.

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Beltran Media Wins the Best of MichBusiness Award 2017!

Terry Beltran, president of Beltran Media has won the Best of MichBusiness award in the Community Leader category for 2017!  This award is part of the 4th Annual Best of MichBusiness Milestone Series that honors and celebrates the Best throughout the statewide business community that are blazing trails of their own on their journey through business.  The industry-wide awards are given to businesses of varying sizes, from big to small, and are judged based on past year’s growth, community impact, and industry impact in Michigan and around the world.

MichBusiness recognizes Terry Beltran for her excellent demonstration in leadership through deep local understanding and outstanding initiatives she has created in making an impact promoting higher education among Latino youth.  Through Beltran Media she has created many grassroots programs like the Latina Empowerment Conference @Latinasevent and designed a social bilingual website portal providing Latinas with educational resources to increase college enrollment of Latino youth in STEM, Medicine, Finance and Law.

Being a community leader is not new for Terry.  She took as leadership positions in 2004 as chairwoman of Automation Alley Great Lakes Internet Marketing Association and 2007 as President of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs.  Terry development events for both Hispanic professionals and business owners.  Terry is passionate about how important the Hispanic community is to the U.S. economy.  She has consulted brands on the opportunity to build their revenue with this 1.5 Trillion dollar market.  During her executive management career at General Motors, Terry initiated and launched OnStar in Spanish and was a trailblazer in developing sales campaigns at Buick targeting the Hispanic Market.   “It’s my passion to help companies understand the value of supporting grassroots programs that increase the college enrollment of Latino youth.  It’s a win-win.  Families build economically and so do brands.

Hispanic/Latino Commission of Michigan Names Outstanding Hispanic Leaders of 2013

Lansing, MI—The Hispanic/Latino Commission of Michigan (HLCOM) today announced nine Michigan citizens have been selected as Hispanic Latino Commission Leadership AwardsOutstanding Hispanic Leaders of 2013. In addition, eight winning high school students have been selected to receive scholarships through the Michigan Hispanic Caucus Essay Contest. HLCOM will recognize these individuals Tuesday night (9-24) at the 15th Annual Hispanic Heritage Recognition Event and the 18th Annual Cesar E. Chavez Commemorative Dinner, taking place at the Kellogg Center, 219 East Harrison Road in East Lansing.

Along with HLCOM, co-hosts for this year’s dinner and recognition ceremony are the Michigan Hispanic Legislative Caucus and the Capital Area Cesar E. Chavez Commission.

“Michigan is home to growing and vibrant Hispanic Latino communities, and those communities are producing world-class leaders for today and tomorrow,” said HLCOM Executive Director Marylou Mason. “It is important that we recognize these talented individuals who are working to improve life for their neighbors, their communities, and for all Michigan citizens.”

This year’s Outstanding Hispanic Leader award-winners include:

  • Lifetime Achievement Award: Margarito “Mike” Collegio, Van Buren Intermediate School District, Hartford.
  • Advocate of the Year Award: John “Juan” Lopez, Ingham County Road Commission Retiree, Grand Ledge.
  • Educator of the Year Award: Leonard A. Savala III, College of Ag. & Natural Resources, Michigan State University, Southfield.
  • Non-Hispanic Educator of the Year Award: Tonda Boothy, Van Buren Intermediate School District, Paw Paw.
  • Business & Economic Development Award: Theresa “Terry” Beltran, Beltran Media, Clarkston.
  • Arts Award: Carmen Menchaca, Xochilquetzal Folkloric Ballet, Saginaw.
  • Hispanic Entrepreneur of the Year Award: Jesse Venegas, Ideal Setech & Ideal Setech Share-the-Spare, Royal Oak.
  • Legislator of the Year Award: State Representative Harvey Santana, Ninth District.
  • Immediate Past Chair, HLCOM: Lawrence Garcia, Garcia Law Group, PLLC, Detroit.

Students selected to receive scholarships through the Michigan Hispanic Caucus Essay Contest include:

  • Angel Villagomez Garcia, Voyageur Consortium Academy, Detroit.
  • Josephina Lopez, Imlay City High School, Imlay City.
  • Jaqueline Alcazar, Imlay City High School, Imlay City.
  • Sergio Garcia, Imlay City High School, Imlay City.
  • Carina Rodriguez, Imlay City High School, Imlay City.
  • Jose Perez, Detroit Cristo Rey High School, Detroit.
  • Stephanie Velez, Arthur Hill High School, Saginaw.
  • Daisy Ortiz, Decatur High School, Decatur.

The recognition ceremony is part of HLCOM’s celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month, September 15 to October 15, 2013. To see a schedule of events, or for more information about HLCOM, visit  and click on “Other

The Hispanic/Latino Commission of Michigan was created in 1975 to represent the interests of Michigan’s Hispanic and Latino population – one of the fastest-growing ethnic groups in the state. The Commission, made up of 15 individuals appointed by the Governor, advises the Governor and state legislature on policy matters and serves Michigan’s Hispanic and Latino population by fostering and celebrating their achievements and promoting their development and welfare.


Corp! Award

Corp! Award
A company known for its deep connections with a number of companies and organizations that have similar goals for advancing diversity, Beltran Media is strong in a number of key areas, including branding, website development and logo design. Indeed, Beltran prides itself in being a one-stop agency providing consultation, design, photography, videos, social media, websites, event planning, trade materials, research, signage and mobile apps. DTE Energy would certainly agree after Beltran provided event planning and post event services for its Supplier Symposium at MGM Grand, a gathering that attracted suppliers from around the state and the nation.

But the company enjoys helping new clients as well, one example being DICEX, a borderless to Mexico logistics company new to Michigan for which Beltran provides marketing and supplier services. Terry Beltran is justifiably proud of her team and their accomplishments. “My team comes from diverse backgrounds and experiences, and those have resulted in the group we are today.”

Other Articles about Beltran Media

Terry Beltran Featured in Latina Style Magazine Issue

Vista Latinos wins national Award from Latina Style Magazine

Terry Beltran presents data on the growth of the Hispanic market

Terry Beltran – Latina leadership in the community

Terry Beltran first Latina Entreprenuer to win Latina Style award in Michigan.

Interview with our founder, Terry Beltran, in Michigan Business Radio.