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    Darío Straschnoy

    is the CEO. He was previously a partner and President of Young & Rubicam in Buenos Aires. He developed and led the operations of the entire Y&R Group (Young & Rubicam, Wunderman, Burson Masteller and Mec) in Argentina, turning it into the number one group in the country during his ten years in the role. He has worked for the following brands for over twenty years: Danone, Quilmes, Visa, Tulipán, Banco Galicia, DIRECTV, Farmacity and Musimundo, among others. Darío has been named several times as one of the 100 people with the best reputations in the country in the MERCO rankings.

    Juan Pablo Rocha
    Juan Pablo Rocha

    is president & partner of The Juju Colombia. For 17 years, he was President of J. Walter Thompson Colombia where he ran the global account for Kimberly Clark. Juan Pablo ran the re-election campaign for President Juan Manuel Santos and the victorious mayoral campaign for Enrique Peñalosa in Bogotá. At J. Walter Thompson he created a public relations company (Hill & Knowlton) and led the acquisition of Glue to form the JWT Colombia Group.
    In addition to his professional activities, Juan Pablo is Deacon of the School of Advertising at the Universidad Sergio Arboleda.

    Humberto Polar

    is CCO & partner of The Juju México and Director of Peru. In his successful 30-year tour in the creative area, Humberto served as: Founding Member of Lowe-SSP3 in Colombia, Head of Creative of Lowe Latam based in Mexico, Creative Leader of FCB Mayo in Peru, Head of the Creative Council of FCB Latam and President & CCO of Grey Mexico, his last position. Humberto is one of the most awarded creative directors in the region and one of the few to have won the Cannes Lions from three different countries. In 2014, Business Insider included him in the list of the 25 best creatives in the world, ranking 7th.

    Andrés Norato
    Andrés Norato

    is The Juju Colombia's CCO & partner. He has 14 years’ experience working in advertising for product, service and governmental brands. He has featured in over 300 competitions recognizing effectiveness and creativity at major advertising festivals across the world. He has led the creative teams at 3 agencies, taking responsibility for brands ATL, BTL and in the Digital realm. In 2012 he independently set up perhaps the first social network-based content platform in Colombia which he called the 140 Character Film Festival, an idea that had an impact in more than 25 countries and that was included on the WARC list as one of the Best Ideas in the World.

    Nicolás Zarlenga
    Nicolas Zarlenga

    is CCO & partner at The Juju Argentina. He has more than 14 years of experience. Previously, he has held the position of Regional Creative Director at HOY and Creative Director at DAVID and Ponce Buenos Aires. Nicolás has been working in partnership with Federico Plaza Montero for over 8 years. Together, they have created renowned ideas for brands, such as Axe, Burger King, Rexona, Impulse, Peugeot, Citroën, Tedx, Netflix, Starbucks, Stella Artois, Olx, LG, IRSA, Clarín, Nike, LinkedIn, Forbes and Milkaut, among others. They have been awarded in several festivals, like: Cannes, D&AD, Webby, LIA, Fiap, Art Directors Club, New York Festival, London Festival, One Show, El Ojo and Diente.

    Federico Plaza Montero
    Federico Plaza Montero

    is CCO & partner at The Juju Argentina. With more than 10 years of experience in the Advertising field, he has worked as Regional Creative Director at HOY, Creative Director at DAVID and Ponce Buenos Aires, and Art Director at Hoopla. With his partner for over 8 years, Nicolás Zarlenga, he has created outstanding campaigns for brands, such as Axe, Burger King, Rexona, Impulse, Peugeot, Citroën, Tedx, Netflix, Starbucks, Stella Artois, Olx, LG, IRSA, Clarín, Nike, LinkedIn, Forbes and Milkaut, among others. They have been awarded at renowned festivals, such as: Cannes, D&AD, Webby, LIA, Fiap, Art Directors Club, New York Festival, London Festival, One Show, El Ojo and Diente.

    Nathalie Folco

    is the general manager of The Juju Brasil. She has eight years' experience in digital communications. She developed her career at IPG, working on Analytics for clients such as Aon, Bayer CropScience, Electronic Arts, Hyperapharma, Itaú and TIM. Further on, she was responsible for the areas of Digital Content and Creativity, being responsible for multidisciplinary projects focused on innovation, data science and digital strategy. She has a degree in Social Communications from the Cásper Líbero University.

    Eugenia Slosse
    Eugenia Slosse

    is CGO. Eugenia has been in the field of advertising for more than twenty years as a team leader executing communications campaigns. She has worked for a wide variety of products and services including Unilever, DirecTV, Banco Galicia, Danone, Jumbo Retail, Movistar, AB InBev, and IRSA Shopping Centers, among others. She spent much of her career working alongside Darío at Young & Rubicam Buenos Aires where her role as General Director of Accounts was key to the agency’s success. She also headed up the new business department and in 2014 joined the Untold_ team. Eugenia has won the Jerry Goldenberg prize for her performance.

    Paula Medina Rivero
    Paula Medina Rivero

    is regional director. She has more than ten years’ experience in the integration of different strategic areas such as advertising, digital communications, branding and PR. She has led both local and regional campaigns for different product and service categories including consumer goods, retail, entertainment, financial services and government. She has worked for clients such as DirecTV Latam, Quaker Latam, Toddy/Chokis Latam, Coppel Group, L’Oréal, Buenos Aires City Government, Barrick Gold, Unilever Latam, Banco Provincia and Puma Energy.

    Guadalupe Fuertes

    is PR brand director. She joined the team to provide a comprehensive strategic perspective, sharing her expertise in lifestyle, fashion and beauty. She previously worked as Account Director at Urban Grupo de Comunicación for mass market brands. For the past 12 years, she has worked in communications, sharing her distinctive perspective with fashion and beauty brands and also taking part in the organization of high profile industry events.

    Martín Straschnoy
    Martín Straschnoy

    is a business development director. He has a degree from Parsons School of Design in New York and he started his career at Young & Rubicam in 2006. During his 5 years in the agency, he went from Clients Services intern to Digital Practice Supervisor overseeing the entire operation of the department. Later on, he also worked at DIRECTV Latin America in New York at a regional level. Throughout his years in the industry, Martin has worked for clients such as Movistar, Coca-Cola DIRECTV, LATAM Airlines, Quilmes, Musimundo, Visa, Danone, Banco Galicia, Olé, Alto Palermo and TyC Sports among others.

    Lucila Castellani
    Lucila Castellani

    is COO of The Juju Argentina. Previously, she was Head of Client Services & Business Development at HOY, where she contributed to the company's rise to the fourth place among the country's best agencies. Before that, she was regional Brand Manager for Coca-Cola at The Coca-Cola Company and responsible for the direction of Coca-Cola's business units in South Latin, Europe and Asia at DAVID Buenos Aires. She also worked at Del Campo Saatchi & Saatchi and La Comunidad. With more than 15 years of experience in the Advertising industry, worked for clients like MACMA, IRSA, Unicenter, Gobierno de la Ciudad, Burger King and Emirates Airlines, among others.

    Sol Garrós

    is director of strategy. She has more than 10 years’ experience working in advertising having previously held positions at JWT, Ogilvy Action and Geometry Argentina, as well as being part of the Integrated Marketing Communications team at Coca-
    Cola Argentina where she worked on strategies for branding, shopper marketing and digital planning. She has handled accounts for Kimberly Clark, Unilever, CCU, Diageo, Cinemark, Energizer, Volkswagen and Wendy’s, among others.