Elaine Espinola Keltz
Elaine Espinola Keltz is a Loudoun County wife, mother and entrepreneur. Elaine is a Speaker, Spokesperson, TV Show Host and Mrs. DC America 2015. During her reign, Elaine was recognized by The Washington Business Journal as “People on the Move” and through Leesburg Today, a “40 under 40” award recognizing Loudoun’s rising business and community leaders. Elaine finished in the semi-finals, Top 15, at the Mrs. America Pageant in Las Vegas, Nevada in September 2015 and continues to promote the platform: Empowering Women through Entrepreneurship.

Elaine is the Founder and Executive Director of Media SavvE, a consulting company that offers innovative solutions to brand, advertise and market businesses through media interactions. She has clients throughout the DMV and is the Media Partner of Viva Tysons, the luxury lifestyle brand and publication. Elaine is a contributor to Le Nouveau Moi, the beauty publication through Viva Tysons/Viva Reston.

Elaine is the media Spokesperson for Lerner Enterprises and the media Host for Jewelry Consumer News and DC Hot Spots, on the Hot Spots Network.
As the Host for the TV Show, I’m Every Women, on Comcast Community Cable, Elaine co-produces episodes and interviews Guests with the mission to showcase those women in the community that are doing important and impactful things.

Elaine has a successful direct sales business and is an Exclusive Level Presenter with Younique, a naturally based skin care and cosmetics company. Elaine has turned a $99 business investment into a large thriving team of over 2,500 women throughout the US.

Elaine is a community advocate and strong voice in the Fight Against Human Trafficking. She has partnered with Founders of local organizations to raise awareness and funds for Higgins Hope and Northern Virginia Human Trafficking Initiative through interviews on her TV Show and selecting them as the non-profit beneficiary as the April 2016 Host for the High Heeled Happy Hour. In July 2016, Elaine organized and hosted a sold-out movie screening event for SOLD The Movie, based on a true story of human trafficking at the Alamo in Loudoun County. A Q&A session by local experts after the movie shared statistics on how this issue IS affecting Northern Virginia and what we can do to educate, protect and support our community.

Elaine is a traveler, an adventure-seeker and a hands- on mother determined to show her children the world! Elaine, along with her husband Billy, and their three children enjoy skiing, surfing, and exploring every chance they get! Locally, you can find Elaine on the sports fields, in the schools, and her favorite, in Northern Virginia Wine Country.