Changing Places: Juan Caro, Ivanna Gemignani, Amanda Taylor, Mark Jones

People change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.

Juan Caro has been appointed Pan Regional Sales Manager at PAL (Periodicos Asociados Latinoamericanos) in Miami. Caro previously worked at the Tribune Company.

Digital Agency Latin3 announced that Ivanna Gemignani is its new Director of Media Operations based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. With over 10 year’s experience, Ivanna joins the company to lead the operations of the Media Department and the relationships with the key agency accounts. After beginning her career in the digital world in Latin3 in 2004, Ivanna Gemignani continued her path in companies including MercadoLibre.

MARCA hired Amanda Taylor as Social Media Manager. Well-known as a co-founder of the Latino entertainment and lifestyle website Las Gringas Blog, Taylor has focused her career on developing strategic programs in the digital and social space for global, national and local brands in US Hispanic and Latin American markets. Most recently, Taylor managed online communities for Blackberry and Microsoft in Latin America. In addition, Gwen Gonzalez is MARCA’s newest Account Supervisor. Based in Miami Gonzalez will focus on the agency’s acquisition and brand work for client DishLATINO. Prior to joining MARCA, Gonzalez worked at Accent Marketing, Arnell and Dieste in Miami and New York, working with major brands including Pepsi, Sierra Mist, SoBe Lifewater, Belvedere Vodka, General Motors, Farmers Insurance and Dunkin’ Donuts.

WPP media shop MEC has reorganized the senior management of its North American operations, naming three president-level roles reporting to North America CEO Marla Kaplowitz. Rick Acampora has been promoted to president-client services and Eamonn Store to president-agency development, and Mark Jones joins from senior vice president of Viacom International, assuming Store's previous role as president-global solutions.


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