Bettina Inclán is a seasoned communications and political strategist with a deep understanding of the nation’s political and cultural landscape. She utilizes over a decade of knowledge at the intersection of media, government, politics and community relations to provide creative, politically savvy and smart insights to clients. She has leveraged her experience in senior roles in political campaigns, at the Republican National Committee (RNC), National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC), on Capitol Hill, and in multiple political organizations to help clients navigate through crisis management and maximize strategic communications efforts in a host of issue areas.
Bettina is recognized as a leading expert in women and Hispanic outreach. She was presented with the “Women To Watch” Award by the “Running Start” a non- partisan organization focused on inspiring girls to run for public office. Latina Magazine named her one of the top six Latino Players in the 2012 Presidential Race. In 2014, she was featured in Cosmo for Latina’s 2014 Power Issue. She has provided political commentary on news outlets like MSBNC, FOX News, CNN, PBS, and Al Jazeera America. She formerly co-hosted a political radio show on Sirius XM satellite radio.
Currently, she is the Executive Director of RightNOW, a women’s empowerment nonprofit. She is also the President and Founder of Mira Mira Strategies, Corp. Most importantly, Bettina is a busy mother of two boys. A happy wife who enjoys documenting her family life on social media. She is the proud daughter of a Cuban exile and a Mexican immigrant.