Clarizio Joins Batanga Board

Batanga, Inc., the Hispanic-focused online media company based in Miami, Florida, today announced that Lynda Clarizio was appointed to the company's board of directors. With broad experience leading one of the industry's largest digital advertising platforms, Ms. Clarizio will provide a wealth of knowledge and support to the company.

"We are privileged to have Lynda join our board," said Batanga, Inc. Chairman and CEO, Rafael Urbina (read here an interview to Urbina)

Currently, Ms, Clarizio is the CEO of INVISION, Inc., a leading provider of advertising planning and sales solutions in the television industry. Most recently, Ms. Clarizio served as President of AOL's Platform-A, the industry's largest digital advertising platform.  Prior to Platform-A, she served as President of Advertising.com since 2006, managing the largest third party online advertising network.

Related Articles:

Batanga Opens Mexico Office

“Any Increase in Staff would occur Internationally” - Interview with Rafael Urbina

Batanga’s New Funding Estimated at $2.5 Million


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