Changing Places

Captura Group, a company that specializes in online marketing for Hispanic marketers and consumers, has hired Felipe Korzenny as senior strategy consultant. Korzenny will offer Captura Group insight into Hispanic online consumer behavior.

Marie-Angie Vassallo has joined WingLatino as Regional Account Director. Ana Franco has joined the agency as Account Director.

Azteca America’s Karen Davis will step down as Executive Vice President, Marketing and Affiliate Relations to assume a newly-created role as strategic consultant. Additionally, Juan Pablo Alvarez, currently Manager, Affiliate Relations has been named Director of Affiliate Relations, taking on more day to day responsibility for supporting the sixty seven markets in which the network is aired on broadcast television. The company’s restructuring also included some lay-offs, including Director of Communications, Monica Taher and Coordinator Ninneth Martinez.


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