Rosanna Moreno, JD
McMains Moreno Global Consultants, L.L.C.
Rosanna Gomez Moreno is co-founder and partner at McMains & Moreno Global Consultants. Moreno is responsible for providing strategic leadership by working with clients to create, establish and structure long-term goals in healthcare development projects, including medical tourism program infrastructure. A recognized expert in medical tourism and global travel, Moreno is a frequent contributor to Medical Tourism Magazine covering global competitiveness, structuring international patient programs, marketing medical tourism online and perceptions of medical tourism destinations. She participates in global healthcare and medical tourism conferences around the world covering in-depth overviews of successful medical tourism programs for hospitals and clinics, global marketing and positioning, the travel and insurance industries impact on medical tourism and case studies of existing health care clusters globally.
Ms. Moreno has a B.A. from the University of Texas at San Antonio, an M.A. in International Relations with a concentration in Economics focused in Latin America from St. Mary’s University, and a Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law in Houston. She is a member of the State Bar of Texas and currently, serves on the Advisory Board of the Medical Tourism Association and is Board Chairman of the Mexican Institute of Greater Houston.
Ms. Moreno has received numerous awards, including the Global Outreach Award from the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce, the Ford Motor Company Mujeres Legendarias de Ford Award, and the Houston International Trade Development Council International Rising Star Award in 2015. Ms. Moreno has also received the following awards: Top 100 Hispanic Women in Leadership: Outstanding Community Leader Award from Hispanic Women in Leadership; Female Executive of the Year at the Tribute to the Hispanic Woman by Sucesos Newspaper and CITGO Petroleum Company; featured in the Canal ONCE (Mexico’s PBS) documentary titled, A Latina Professional: International Business Development; featured in Business Traveler Magazine titled, Talk Therapy: Tips on Business and Cultural Etiquette in Mexico; received the Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz Woman of Achievement Award from the National Museum of Mexican Art of Chicago and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston; and received the Mujeres de las Americas award by the Hispanic Women in Leadership.