Frankie Miranda is the President and CEO of the Hispanic Federation (HF), the nation’s premier Latino non-profit membership organization. He is a well-respected leader with critical knowledge of the challenges and opportunities facing the Latino community in the 21st century.
Miranda served in various capacities at the Federation since 2006, including Assistant Vice President of Communications, Vice President for External Affairs, Senior Vice President, and most recently, Executive Vice President. In these roles, he managed the Federation’s operation and expansion initiatives and oversaw the annual gala, which under his leadership now raises more than $2.7 million annually.
Among his many accomplishments, Miranda successfully managed the Federation’s expansion into Florida and Puerto Rico, creating a vision and mission for the organization’s civic engagement and mobilization work in Florida and the immediate and long-term disaster assistance strategy for Puerto Rico. His work is creating powerful change for the communities and partners in these two communities.
Earlier in his career, Miranda held several senior management positions in the communications industry, including Director of Communications for the New York DMA TV stations WXTV, Univision 41 and WFUT UniMas 68; Deputy Press Secretary for Spanish Language Media for the Hillary Clinton U.S. Senate campaign in 2000, and Fernando Ferrer’s NYC Mayoral campaign in 2001.
Miranda holds a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Puerto Rico and an M.A. degree in Performance Studies from New York University. He lives in Queens with his husband Ricardo and cat Valentina.