- Ogilvy & MatherVice President Digital Influence, 2010 - present
Kety Esquivel (@KetyE)
Kety has over 15 years of experience in the
private and public sectors. She is Vice President of Digital Influence at Ogilvy
Public Relations Worldwide. She has worked with Kraft, Rums of Puerto Rico,
Huggies, the Department of Health and Human Services, the Center for Disease
Control and Prevention, PBS, American Express, Mexico and the UN
She has been a speaker at the World Bank's Entertainment Education Conference, the Mobile Citizen Summit, Netroots Nation, SXSW, Personal Democracy Forum, BlogHer, the Center for New Words, Gov 2.5, Gov 2.0 Camp LA, the Bridge Conference and NetCulture Vancouver. She has worked with O'Reilly Media, Blogalicious and Women Action and the Media.
Her commentary has been featured and quoted in stories for the Wall St. Journal Online, HITN, PBS, XM radio, CNN, Televisa and Univision.
Her work has taken her to China and Ethiopia with the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. She spent three years coaching executives for a fortune 100 company on human capital and diversity in the US, Canada and Latin America. She directed Latino outreach for the Clark Presidential Campaign. She worked as the New Media Manager for the NCLR and as the interim Executive Director and CEO for Latinos in Social Media. The Maynard Institute included her in their 31 Profiles of Women of Color in Digital Spaces.
Kety graduated from Cornell University where she served on the Board of Trustees. While at Cornell she organized students on issues as varied as financial aid and need-blind admissions to the environment.
She has been a convener for Web of Change and She's Geeky and is a past editor of BlogHer. She is a published author and founder of CrossLeft.org.
Kety has served on several boards, including that of the Backbone Campaign and the Puerto Rican Youth Development and Resource Center. She was a founding board member of the New Leaders Council and LATISM. She is a blogger on the HuffingtonPost: http://huff.to/nwxkyQ.
Web 2.0, Digital Influence, New Media, Gov 2.0, Health 2.0, Start Ups, Organizational Behavior, Emerging Markets, Public Speaking, Social Media strategy development & implementation, Social Media training, Diversity training, Leadership training, Executive Coaching, Life Coaching.
- Cornell University, NYU