Amaranta is founder of LatinoLife, a Latin media and events company, which produces LatinoLife print and online magazine, La Clave Fest - London's largest free Latin festival and The LUKAS - Europe's Latin Entertainment Awards.
Born in Buenos Aires, Amaranta came to the UK at the age of six, and grew up in North London. After reading Modern History at Oxford University, she became Latin America correspondent for The Sunday Telegraph, The Scotsman, San Francisco Chronicle and The Toronto Globe & Mail and is also author of the critically-acclaimed book Ripped and Torn.
Driven by a long-term passion to promote Latin music and culture in the UK, Amaranta will be taking part on the 'Where does Latin Music fit in London' forum.
She will be part of the Where does Latin Music fit in London session.