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I’m a Girl, I’m Important Camp in a Box

Every year, 300 girls from Miches attend the Soy niña, soy importante (I’m a Girl, I’m Important) camp. The program encourages and teaches them to design a positive life plan, to build confidence and to empower themselves to make age appropriate decisions such as continuing their studies, preventing untimely pregnancies, and avoiding and escaping situations of violence.

Corporate Social Responsibility During COVID-19

I asked Maria Ignacia Arcaya, SVP of Social Impact and Institutional Relations, to be my guest writer for this post. I wanted Maria Ignacia to share with you the amazing work that the team has been doing around COVID19. In the last few weeks we have all in one way or another had to rethink […]

Hispanic Polling in the Age of Mobile

Adsmovil was born out of one of the first attempts Cisneros Interactive took at addressing the growing need to market to Hispanics in the US. Their first mobile campaign ran in 2011 and since then Adsmovil has worked with hundreds of brands to get them closer to this coveted and highly mobile demographic. I invited Andrés […]

Partnerships for social impact

The Miss Venezuela 2015 pageant was not only the most watched live show in Latin America, but also served as a successful and strategic campaign to raise awareness on a very important social cause.

#UnaVidaLibreDeViolencia

Como todos los años, el pasado 9 de octubre el certamen de Miss Venezuela sirvió de escenario para la sensibilización ante una causa social.

The Venezuelan Woman: A historic example

International Women’s day was established in the nineteenth century as a way of recognizing the role of women during the peak of the global industrialization era. It has also been characterized by a diverse range of ideologies.