Leonardo Loisa, Sr. Regional Marketing Leader, AMD

Leo LoisaLeonardo Loisa joined AMD in early 2011 as Marketing Leader for Spanish-speaking Latin America.

He previously worked at Anixter International Latin America, where he held several posts including Senior Regional Director of Marketing and Business, Regional Marketing Director, and Manager of Marketing and Communications, among others. Loisa also served as Director of Marketing at Computer 2000, and Product Manager at Xerox. In addition to his work at AMD, Loisa is Professor at Universidad del Salvador, Creative Partner at Adrenaline.biz, and Head of Fundraising for Asociación Civil Amigos del Pilar.  Loisa holds a degree in advertising from Universidad del Salvador.

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