CHANGING PLACES LATAM: Jorge Mejía, Andrés Ordóñez, General Motors…

Changing Places LatAm: people change positions, get promoted or move to other companies. Portada is here to tell you about it.

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Jorge Mejía, who for the past two years has served as president of Sony ATV Music Publishing’s Latin American and U.S. Latin operations, has been promoted to president & CEO. Mejía will report directly to Sony/ATV Music Publishing chairman & CEO Jon Platt.




Andrés Ordóñez is FCB Chicago new Chief Creative Officer.




General Motors Co. announced that Ernesto M. Hernandez, President and Managing Director, GM Mexico, has elected to retire after almost 40 years with the company. Hernandez will remain on as GM advisor and assist in a smooth leadership transition.






GM also announced that Francisco Garza, currently vice president, Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing, GM de Mexico, will succeed Hernandez in leading GM operations in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Garza’s appointment is effective Sept. 1, 2019.  He will report to Barry Engle, executive vice president and president, the Americas.




Juan Carlos Garcia, currently chief financial officer, GM de Mexico, is named vice president, Vehicle Sales, Service and Marketing, GMM. He will report to Garza.




Maria Di Cesare appointed General Manager – Active Cosmetics Division at L’Oréal Group Argentina.







Resultado de imagen para The Walt Disney Company Latin AmericaThe Walt Disney Company Latin America announced its advertising sales & partnerships team new structure:



Federico Baumgartner, Bernardo Benedit & Leo McLean, Juan Bonilla and Felipe Torrejon are the new Sales Directors for Mexico, Argentina/Southern Cone, Colombia and Chile respectively. 

Alfonso Cueto will be the Sales Director for Pan Regional Miami, Central America and the Caribbean.

Ignacio Cabanillas will be in charge digital ad sales operations.

Larissa Campos new head of creative brand solutions

Pablo Esperon is the new head of planning & revenue management.

Carmen Fuentes, head of key account partnerships.

Sandra Lacayo, head of promotions & sponsorships.

Leonel Scotta, head of radio & special initiatives.

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