Grace Meinhofer is a proven communications leader, with more than a decade of experience. She leads the Communications and Marketing efforts for the Red Cross in South Florida. During her tenure with the organization, she has supported disasters like Hurricane Harvey, Irma, Nate and Maria and initiatives like Sound the Alarm.
She also led the marketing communications efforts at Wax Communications working closely with Sales and other teams to develop and execute branding and communications strategies. She also served as Marketing and Advertising Chief for the U.S. Army at Fort Buchanan in Puerto Rico, where she launched numerous successful campaigns through both digital and traditional channels and gained extensive experience in media relations, project management, crisis communications, and fundraising.
A Puerto Rico native, Grace has been committed to community service. Some of her past and present involvement with the community includes volunteering at Fundacion Bendecidos para Bendecir in PR, The Humane Society, The Miami-Dade Children’s Courthouse and the American Red Cross. In addition, she worked closely with the Red Cross during her tenure with the U.S. Army and has an understanding of the Red Cross mission.
She holds a bachelor's degree in communications, a master’s degree in public relations, a postgraduate certificate in European communications from the University of Business Navarra, Spain, and is a member of the Public Relations Society of America.