Elianne Ramos (@ergeekgoddess), 1st Latina to Join World Brand Congress International Advisory Council 2013

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Baltimore, MD – April 24, 2013 – Speak Hispanic Communications is proud to announce that its Principal, Elianne Ramos, has been invited to join the World Brand Congress International Advisory Council 2013. An international meeting place for leaders in Marketing and Communications, World Brand Congress will be held on October 21st  to the 23rd, 2013 at the Taj Lands End in Mumbai, India. This year’s theme will be “Sustainable Brands”, and how Social and Environmental Responsibility has been a key issue for business.

As the first U.S. Latina ever invited to join their Advisory Council, Ms. Ramos will join a select group of marketing and branding elite from every sector and every continent to serve as a nominating member for the Global Brand Excellence Awards.

Previous and Current Advisory Council members include:

  • Alexei Orlov, CMO for Volkswagen Group, China

  • Moira Cullen, Senior Director Global Design, The Hershey Company

  • David Rogers, Executive Director, Center on Global Brand Leadership, Columbia Business School

  • Mobeen Shafaat, Managing Director, NewsWeek Pakistam

  • Rui Ventura, President, Associação Portuguesa dos Profissionais de Marketing

  • David Forbes, President and CEO, Forbes Consulting Group

  • Sandy Carter, IBM Vice President, Social Business Evangelism and Sales

  • Shane Gibson, International Speaker and Author, “Guerrilla Social Media Marketing”

  • Joseph Michelli, Author, The Starbucks Experience

  • Many more!

ABOUT WORLD BRAND CONGRESS

Established in 2003, The World Brand Congress is the single largest event on a global scale that recognizes the world’s most successful and sought-after brands. The World Brand Congress is a not-for-profit event aimed for professional growth and development.

ABOUT ELIANNE RAMOS

Elianne Ramos is Principal and CEO of Speak Hispanic, a Marketing and PR consultancy focused on non-profits. She’s also Vice-Chair of Marketing and PR for LATISM. A Hispanic Communications Specialist with 17 years of experience in Creative Direction, Copywriting, Public Speaking, Public Relations and TV Commercial Production, Elianne has developed broadcast, multimedia and social media campaigns for clients such as Procter & Gamble, Panasonic, SlimFast, Chivas Regal, and HSBC Bank, among other top brands. Awards and recognition for her contributions to the Latino Community include the 2012 Game Changer Award from Politic365, and the 2012 Best Microblogger Award from LATISM. She’s also a columnist at several publications including the Huffington Post, and is considered one of the most influential Latinas in social media. Visit her website and follow her on Twitter @ergeekgoddess.

5 thoughts on “Elianne Ramos (@ergeekgoddess), 1st Latina to Join World Brand Congress International Advisory Council 2013

    • Thanks so much, mi hermana, feels so amazing to have the support of my peeps! Please know that I am so proud of all you do as well and learn so much from you! Congrats on your blog launch, what a great birthday present to yourself (and us!) http://bsofly.com

  1. Reblogged this on Byrdie Franco-Rocha and commented:
    Very proud my my #LATISM colleague and mentor, Elianne Ramos AKA @ERGeekGoddess for not just being acknowledged on a global scale as a brilliant marketer, but for also taking her perspective as a Latina to the forefront. World Brand Congress International Advisory Board Council will meet in India this October. Read her blog to learn more.

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