Changing Places: Lisa Green, Dino Sani Jr., Arturo Gonzalez, Miguel Cuadros, Olga Villegas…

Lisa Green is the new Head of Agency Relations of Google in Miami (read interview with Lisa Green).

BNY Mellon, the global company specialized in asset management and securities servicing, announced the appointment of Dino Sani Jr. as managing director and head of treasury services for Latin America.

Ainsworth appointed Arturo Gonzalez as area sales manager for the Mexican market. Gonzalez is based in Mexico City. The company also appointed Mike Medlin as area sales manager for the Central America/Caribbean, and appointed Creative Gaming, headed by Miguel Alvarez, as its exclusive distributor for the Peruvian market. Miguel Cuadros has been named vice president of operations for all of Latin America, replacing longtime VP Terry Usendorff, who resigned recently. Cuadros will take responsibility for Ainsworth’s overall operation across Latin America.

Olga Lucia Villegas has been named Regional President Latin America at Leo Burnett. She will replace Renato Loes. Villegas has been working for the agency since 2005 as President Colombia.

Quorumm Digital Venture Partners (QDVP) has appointed Omar Arab as CEO Regional Latin America. Arab will also participate in the global board of directors.

Ford Argentina has named Guy Bertrand Martín Rodriguez Marketing and Sales Director. Rodriguez has been working for the company since 1992.


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