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elcome to Gina Rodriguez Fan, your online resource dedicated to American actress Gina Rodriguez. You may know Gina from her roles in "Jane the Virgin", "Annihilation", "Deepwater Horizon", "Filly Brown" and many more television and film roles. This fansite is home to the most comprehensive photo gallery on Gina Rodriguez with over 65,000 photos. It is our aim to be a hub online for Gina fans to visit for the latest news, photos, and information in supporting Gina's career, while still respecting her privacy. We hope you enjoy your stay and don't forget to bookmark us and follow us on twitter to see news and photos on your twitter feed. - J.
Posted by Girl Jay on March 22, 2015

The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF), the nation’s largest not-for-profit supporting Hispanic American higher education, today announced the addition of Golden Globe winner actress Gina Rodriguez, to its Board of Directors effective immediately. An HSF Scholarship recipient herself, Ms. Rodriguez brings a unique, personal perspective to the organization’s cross-industry board, led by James McNamara, Founder and Chairman of Panamax Films LLC.

Ms. Rodriguez claimed her 2015 Golden Globe award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series, after being named the “next big thing” and one of the “top 35 Latinos under 35,” by The Hollywood Reporter. The Los Angeles Times referred to her as “forthright and formidable, a festival ingenue who deserves to be discussed in the same breath as Elizabeth Olsen and Jennifer Lawrence.” Gina currently plays the title role of the CW series, “Jane the Virgin,” which won AFI and People’s Choice awards and was nominated for a Golden Globe.

Born in Chicago to Puerto Rican parents, Ms. Rodriguez started performing at age seven. Despite being confident in her career path, she pursued a higher education, attending Columbia University and graduating from New York University. “Education was number one in my household, and I was determined to pursue a degree,” Gina said. “Receiving an HSF Scholarship helped make that possible. One of my sisters is an investment banker, and the other a doctor. Both are also HSF Alumni. Serving on HSF’s board is a great opportunity to say thank you and to help open doors for the Latino students to follow. I wish I could tell every one of them how much my college education means to me,” she added.

“As HSF Alumni and long-time supporters of the Latino community, Gina and her sisters have shown the world that Latinos can, and should, aim for the top to achieve their goals. They also demonstrate that in today’s time, a college education is essential, regardless of your chosen profession,” said Fidel A. Vargas, President & CEO, Hispanic Scholarship Fund. “We are so proud of Gina’s extraordinary achievements and look forward to her insight and support, as we help shape the future of our country through outstanding young leaders like her.”


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