Steve Guillén is Oath’s New Account Director for USH

Oath has recently hired Steve Guillén as its new Account Director for U.S. Hispanics.

Steve Guillén started his career with Univision and has since worked at Fox, Telemundo and most recently Pandora. In his new role as Account Director, U.S. Hispanic, Steve Guillén oversees Oath’s sales portfolio for the West Coast region. With more than 10 years of industry experience, he has worked with Fortune 500 Clients and media agencies alike to craft and execute strategic Multicultural marketing campaigns.  Steve brings with him the knowledge to help advertisers connect with their audiences in the most meaningful and impactful ways, leveraging Oath’s platforms, trusted data and premium content sites to provide partners with industry-leading solutions.


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