Changing Places [27-A]

SnagAJob.com, a Web site for hourly full-time and part-time jobs, announced the addition of Michele Azan to its leadership team.  Azan, recently named senior vice president of advertising sales, leads a nationwide ad sales team and offers businesses opportunities to partner with SnagAJob.com through demographic targeting, lead generation and sponsorships. 

Corina Alvarez has been appointed Agency Multicultural Director for New England Financial, Miami. In her new role, Alvarez will oversee the recruitment, retention and marketing of Hispanic financial services representatives.

Cynthia Hack, formerly Golf for Women Associate Publisher, has been named publisher of Selecciones.

Bernadette Brennan, who previously worked with People en Español, has been named marketing director, Selecciones.

Daija Arias, formerly VP Advertising Sales for MGM Networks Latin America, has been named East Coast and Central Regional Sales Director, Punto Fox.  

Carlos Montano has been appointed the new Creative Director at Siboney USA.


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