Margaret Delmont Sanchez was born in El Salvador and she is an American Citizen by choice. She is the Founder and CEO of MagnifyFund www.magnifyfund.org . A corporation dedicated to helping non-profit organizations improve sustainability and growth.
She held the position of Vice President and Chief Development Officer at Hispanic Unity from 2001 to 2011. Later she served as CEO of Zambrano Foundation promoting democracy at a national and International level making her gain the position on the board of the Latin American Presidential Mission. She also has held positions developing community relations for JGA Marketing and successfully served as a Fundraiser for CareerSourceBroward in their Start-Up Now Entrepreneurship program.
Margaret encourages social responsibility, civility, and community engagement. She is passionate about projects that train and mentor our next generation of leaders, empower women, and promotes diversity and inclusion in the corporate world.
She is the co-founder of Latin Women Empowering Latin Women Organization. The Miami Herald described her as one of the most influential women in South Florida. She holds the Sunshine Certification on Nonprofit management from the Florida Association of Nonprofits and a Certification in Entrepreneurship from Broward College. She studied Fundraising at Indiana University, Executive Business management at Chicago Booth Business School and she is a graduate of Leadership Broward Class XXII.
Her unconditional volunteerism has garnered her with the 2018 Broward County Proclamation during the National Hispanic Heritage Month recognizing Margaret Delmont-Sanchez as the President of the Hispanic Heritage Chamber of Commerce leading the great work for the Hispanic Community along with HHCC Board Members to promote collaborative leadership and bridges with diverse partnership locally and internationally. She was awarded with The Silver Medallion from the National Conference for Community and Justice, the March of Dimes Broward County Women of Distinction Award, the Hispanic Women of Distinction Award, and she was she First recipient of the Neighborhood Excellence Local Hero Award by Bank of America in 2004.