About Us

Goodspero is a video and digital team that specializes in video production + digital and social media strategy, content creation, professional development workshops, trainings, and multilingual digital marketing campaigns for organizations and institutions invested in social impact and community initiatives. We’re trusted members of the communities we serve–their story is our story.

Goodspero has become the leading woman-owned, minority-owned, and family-owned video + social media team based in Houston, Texas. We’re a Hispanic/Latinx owned and run creative team serving CEO’s, executive teams, marketing teams, HR, development teams, digital teams, and other professionals. We support digital campaigns, virtual video productions, live video broadcasting, event productions, audio production, social media organic storytelling, digital ads, television and radio commercials (broadcast and streaming), gaming video ads, and other emerging digital and tech solutions to support organizations’ operations online. From ideas to execution, we help connect the dots online, offline & between the lines.

We believe:
KNOWLEDGE should be spread equally
INSPIRATION leads to collective solutions
and TECHNOLOGY fuels cooperation for the common good.
We Connect the Dots Online:  Brands + Causes + Communities


Goodspero was born in January 2012, receiving much of its support and mentorship from seasoned entrepreneurs at the University of Houston’s Wolff Center for Entrepreneurship at the C.T. Bauer College of Business in Houston, Texas.

Before starting Goodspero, co-founders Jessica Bolaños and Nelson Vanegas each gained over 10+ years of multimedia marketing and production experience in radio, TV, digital/social media, marketing and commercial advertisement. They’ve worked extensively and gained experience alongside various local and national organizations.

In August 2012, with seed funding assistance from friends, families and complete strangers, Goodspero launched a crowd-sourced/crowdfunded project to build micro-libraries in Colombia, South America, bringing books and educational resources to youth in remote and under-resourced areas.

The following year, launching an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign to bring books and resources to youth in El Salvador, Central America. (Background note on our founders: Jessica’s family immigrated to the U.S. from Colombia in the 1970s, Nelson and his family immigrated to the U.S. from El Salvador during the civil war in the early 80s.)

While promoting crowdfunding projects and hosting free sessions to teach community members how to crowdfund and how social media is used in campaigns (as this was fairly new at the time), nonprofit leaders began asking us for help teaching their leadership teams how to use digital and social media to reach organizational and departmental goals, as well as consulting their C-Suite executives on how to manage social platforms as thought leaders and as a form of connecting and engaging with the communities they serve.

Since 2014, Goodspero has been working alongside various organizations interested in using video and digital media by way of  2 main focus areas:
1—Content Marketing: Content creation and capture, video storytelling, digital ads, and social media support, sprinkled with video/social consulting along the way.
2—Social Impact: Building capacity, professional development workshops and training for C-Suite executives, development, marketing, HR, and other teams interested in using video and social.

We help create and shape stories that entertain, educate, elevate, and make the world a better place. We specialize in using video to tell community stories that inspire action towards social impact. We’re trusted members of the communities we serve–their stories are our stories. 

To contact us about any of our services, start here.

3 Replies to “About Us”

  1. Thank you for channeling your energy to help others and for recognizing the need to share your knowledge to promote positive ideas and to make this world a better place. You are appreciated. -Colombo

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