CAROLINA JOVENICH was born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She immigrated to the United States in 1995. As she researched the U.S. Hispanic Market, she realized that there was a need for her craft. In September of 1995, she established her event marketing agency, providing small and large businesses with bilingual brand ambassadors for trade shows, media product integration opportunities, and event activations. Becoming one of the first bilingual experiential marketing agencies in the U.S. Throughout the years, her creative mind led her to design and produce successful distinctive events targeting first and second-generation Latinos. Among the Caroline Promotions, Inc. signature events were the first-ever bilingual bridal show "Expo Novia Latina" and the International Business Expo and Conference in the San Fernando Valley, with participants from as far away as Japan, Argentina, and Spain. Carolina and her team have successfully produced The Three Kings Procession and Children's Fair on three occasions, with the last one attracting over 60,000 attendees.

Carolina was featured in the book "Thriving Latina Entrepreneurs in America," written by Maria de Lourdes Sobrino, where she shares her fruitful entrepreneurial journey.

Carolina leads by example; she is a hard worker, her integrity shines through all of her projects. She believes in continually embracing change, thinking out of the box, and remaining open to new opportunities. Her energy emanates from the satisfaction she gets when she can provide a supportive hand to anyone who needs it. She has a tremendous capacity to inspire others to have a positive outlook on life.

 

At the beginning of her career, Carolina was diagnosed with Endometriosis, a painful and debilitating disease affecting one in ten women worldwide. In 2014 she had to close her business. Having had several surgeries and procedures, she had to dedicate her time to becoming healthy again. During that time, she became a strong advocate for Endometriosis awareness. In the same year, while still recovering from a full hysterectomy, she was named Country Captain for Argentina by the Worldwide EndoMarch. She organized the first-ever EndoMarch in Buenos Aires. Carolina was invited to speak about Endometriosis at the Argentinean National Congress. She participated as a guest speaker every year in different locations since the EndoMarch was funded.

 

Having personally suffered physically and financially from this illness, Carolina saw a great need and decided to work towards fulfilling it. In 2016 Carolina and a board of remarkable professionals founded the Endometriosis Partnership, a nonprofit organization with the mission to promote Endometriosis Awareness and facilitate medical services and support for women and girls suffering from Endometriosis through education and outreach in both English and Spanish languages.

In 2017 Endometriosis Partnership organized the first EndoMarch in Los Angeles, CA, with an attendance of more than 3,000 women and their families and friends.

 

In 2020, Carolina and her organization were invited to become part of UniEndo - Unión Mundial Endometriosis-, an international coalition of nonprofit organizations working together to generate awareness in countries where Spanish is spoken.

While still fighting Endometriosis and a new array of ailments and conditions, Carolina Jovenich continues her tireless journey to empower others.

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