Changing Places

New England Financial, a MetLife company has named Corina Alvarez to the newly-created position of Multicultural Agency Director. In her new role, Alvarez will focus on developing new Hispanic business for the company.

ARKeX, a worldwide leader in geophysical imaging technology, is expanding its reach into Latin America with the hiring of Guillermo García as Business Development Manager. García will be responsible for business development throughout the Americas.

Marcela Romero  is the new Marketing Coordinator at Efe Americas. Romero comes to Efe from Mattel, where she worked as product manager.

Rob Hauptmann is the New Sales Manager at New York Post Tempo, the monthly supplement in English targeting Hispanics in New York City. Sami Haiman, his predecessor, has opened her own consulting firm in Orlando, FL.


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