She is an award-winning editor and producer with over ten years of experience in print, digital, broadcast media, and film. Milena Prinzi is the founder of Food vs. Evil, the first bilingual wellness publication for Latino Millennials in the USA.

She’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Unilever’s only editorial property: Dedicated to the company’s hair brands: TRESemmé, Dove, Nexxus, Suave, TIGI, SheaMoisture, Emerge, Love, Beauty, and Planet, and Re-Fresh, All Things Hair welcomes over one million organic views daily. She leads all content, video, social, and influencer creative strategies.

She was also the founding Editor-in-Chief of the en Español and launched in Argentina and Mexico.

Milena started her professional career at MSF, Doctors Without Borders as a Communications Intern. From then on, her passion for the written word allowed her to grow as a key member of editorial teams in Global Corporations, American Media Titans, and Start-Ups. She utilized her expertise in media at AT&T, Weight Watchers International, Time, INC, The Huffington Post, Time Warner, and Cafe Media.

Milena is also a cinephile who has turned her passion into action by joining New York’s Film Production company Betterdays. As an executive producer, she’s been part of many projects, including the multi-award-winning short film It’s a Mess starring renowned film and TV actor Vincent D’Onfrio.

As a respected beauty editor, Milena has shared her tips on camera at NY1 Noticias, on the radio at Radio Moody, and online with her own beauty and wellness blog Food vs Evil.

If Milena is not trying every single beauty product under the sun or watching movies, she’s attending the opera and creating multiple playlists on Spotify.


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