Mariana brings a broad range of skills in project management, product development, media relations, partnership development, and Spanish-language expertise to Ogilvy Washington (Ogilvy) with seven years of experience developing public relations campaigns targeting the Hispanic community in the United States.
Mariana is responsible for all outreach to Hispanic community partners, manages specialty media outreach, and develops Spanish-language materials for the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s The Heart Truth® Campaign and the National Kidney Disease Education Program. She also manages Hispanic related activities for the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. Mariana also assists with outreach activities for the National Cancer Institute in Latin America.
Prior to joining Ogilvy PR, Mariana worked at MAYA Advertisement & Communications for clients such as the Office of Child Support Enforcement, the U.S. Navy, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, GEICO, Freddie Mac, and the Virginia Housing Development Authority.
Mariana holds a Bachelor’s degree in Print Journalism from The University of Mississippi and a Master’s degree in Mass Communications from The University of South Florida.
Mariana is a native of Buenos Aires, Argentina.