Thursday, July 21, 2011
Kety Esquivel has over fifteen years of experience in the non-profit, private and political sectors. She is currently the Vice President of Digital Influence at Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide. She directed Latino outreach for the Clark Presidential Campaign. Her work has taken her to China and Ethiopia with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. She spent three years coaching executives on human capital and diversity in the US, Canada and Latin America. She worked as the New Media Manager for NCLR (the National Council of La Raza). Kety graduated from Cornell University where she served on the Board of Trustees. While at Cornell she organized students to defend issues as varied as financial aid and need-blind admissions to the environment. She is a published author and founder of CrossLeft.org.
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