NAI Miami has named Luis Valencia as director of business development. He has more than eight years of experience in the securities industry.
Blanca Commercial Real Estate has promoted Andres del Corral to vice president. Before this promotion, he was an associate at the firm. Del Corral has more than eight years of experience in real estate.
Also at Blanca Commercial Real Estate, Alexander Cahlin has been promoted to associate vice president. Prior to this role, he was a junior associate. Cahlin has been with the firm for two years.
Viacom International Media Networks The Americas has named Fernando Gaston as brand manager of the U.S. Hispanic network Tr3s: MTV, Musica y Mas. He has also worked with the company as senior vice president of content and creative for MTV, VH1, and Comedy Central Latin America.
Also at VIMN, Federico Cuervo has been named brand manager of Comedy Central Latin America. He has 20 years of experience in programming and production. Prior to this role, he served as vice president of programming and production for MTV, VH1 and Comedy Central Latin America.
Seminole Casino Hollywood has named Robert E. Victoria as marketing director. He has more than 20 years of experience in executive marketing and operations for multi-property casino, entertainment and resort destinations. Before joining Seminole Casino Hollywood, he worked at Victoria WW LLC, an operations and marketing consulting firm.
Name: Christina Baez
Category: Public relations
Company: Cheryl Andrews Marketing Communications
New position: Account executive
Past experience: Held a marketing internship with Contiki Holidays. Graduated from the University of Florida with a bachelor’s in public relations.
What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?: “The best advice I’ve ever received came from my favorite professor and mentor in college, Deanna Pelfrey; a woman who before teaching ran a very successful public relations agency in Louisville for many years. She told me that despite how far women have come today, always keep in mind that the business world is still predominantly run by men. She noted that the biggest mistake many women make is to sell themselves short of their worth. She taught me to always know my value and never settle for less than my worth, a principle I apply both in my professional and personal life.”
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