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Gaby Quintero

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Gaby Quintero
Archipelago Strategies Group (ASG) today announced it has hired internationally recognized journalist and human rights activist Gaby Quintero to help the firm continue its growth into emerging digital and multicultural markets.

Archipelago Strategies Group (ASG) today announced it has hired internationally recognized journalist and human rights activist Gaby Quintero to help the firm continue its growth into emerging digital and multicultural markets.

“With more than a decade of experience in the U.S. and South America, Gaby is a perfect addition to our multicultural marketing team,” said ASG’s founder and CEO Josiane Martinez. “Our business is helping clients succeed by connecting them with diverse audiences that have more power than ever before.”

Quintero formerly served as editor and co-host of Claro Americas’ Red Más Noticias, managing a team of 30 international correspondents in 22 countries for Colombia’s most-watched cable news program. A longtime human rights activist, Quintero recently helped lead Venezuelan Women in Action’s campaign to amplify the voices of gender violence survivors and bring their stories to the United Nations.

At ASG, Quintero will manage client accounts, generate cutting-edge, digital media content, and engage communities in multiple languages.

She holds a B.A. from Universidad Católica Andrés Bello in Caracas, Venezuela and a masters degree in international relations from Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá, Colombia.