Publicis’ Lisa Torres, AT&T, Dunkin and Comcast added to #Portada16

Lisa Torres, President Multicultural, Publicis Media is one of the latest additions to a who is who of Multicultural Marketing participating at the Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum and the 10th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference, on September 14-15 in New York City co-produced by Portada and MediaPost.

Publicis' Lisa Torres will participate in a session called the "Multicultural is the New Mainstream: The view from the corner office".
Other major additions in the last few days to the participant's roster are:

  • Janina Delloca-Pawlowski, Multicultural Marketing Manager, Dunkin' Brands
  • César Taveras, Online Marketing Manager - U.S. Hispanic Market, Rossetta Stone/li>
  • Shimah Akrami, Senior Media Services Manager Multicultural Marketing, Comcast
  • Mariel Llenza, Director Diversity Advertising at AT&T Entertainment Group

Check out the Agendas!
Sept. 14:Hispanic Sports Marketing Forum
Sept. 15: 10th Annual Hispanic Advertising and Media Conference

Join us at PORTADA Mexico!


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