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Podcast guest list

Posted by Elena del Valle on August 29, 2006

2017 podcast guests in alphabetical order:

Julie Cottineau, CEO, BrandTwist

Eliza Kubarska, filmmaker, Walking Under Water

Adrian LaTrace, CEO, Boyd Industries

Dee Tutt, CEO, DTRS Enterprises, Inc.

 

Michael Welp, co-founder, White Men As Full Diversity Partners

Dana Ziyasheva, filmmaker, Defenders of Life

 

2016 podcast guests and songs in alphabetical order:

Shirley Aaron, author, Troubling the Ashes

Chris Edmons, CEO, The Purposeful Culture Group

Ismael Elqudsi, CEO, SocialPubli.com

Ronaldo Linares, author, Chef Ronaldo's Sabores de Cuba

Marco Antonio Regil, founder, RGL Entertainment, Inc.

Kevin Spelman, Ph.D., EVP, Usana Health Sciences

Ray Zinn, author, Tough Things First

Music Is My Blood by Lyrical Justifier from the Penance album

2015 podcast guests in alphabetical order:

Susan Deehan, chairwoman, Actionable Intelligence Technologies

Tim Deehan, president, Actionable Intelligence Technologies

Alejandro Monteverde, director, Little Boy

Lara Pizzorno, MDiv, lead author, Your Bones

Laurence Shatkin, Ph.D., author, Your Guide to High Paying Careers

Doug Simon, CEO, D S Simon Media

2014 podcast guests in alphabetical order:

Scott Bowen, general manager, Webs

Amiel Handelsman, an executive coach

Deborah Koons Garcia, director, Symphony of the Soil

Kristen Schiele, Ph.D., assistant marketing professor, Woodbury University

2013 podcast guests in alphabetical order:

Rebecca Adamson, president, First Peoples Worldwide

Ivy Alexander, Ph.D., APRN, ANP-BC, FAAN, professor, Yale University School of Nursing

James Bernstein, M.D., chairman, Eniware

Hamilton Brown, senior brand manager, Procter and Gamble Company

Stephanie DaCosta, media director, Wing

JJ DiGeronimo, CEO, Purposeful Woman

Dianne Durkin, president, Loyalty Factor

Maureen Francisco, author, It Takes Moxie

Carl Helvie, author, You Can Beat Lung Cancer

Danielle Nierenberg, cofounder, Food Tank

Tatiana Pages, CEO, Greencard Creative

Suk Park, cofounder, DramaFever

Lara Pizzorno, MDiv, author, Your Bones

Kaye Sweetser, Ph.D., associate professor, University of Georgia

John Teeuws, vice president, Pulpo Media

Pamela Wible, M.D., author, Pet Goats and Pap Smears

Aaron Young, CEO, Laughlin Associates

Following is a list of 2012 podcast guests in alphabetical order.

Mary Jo Aagerstoun, Ph.D., president, EcoArt South Florida, Inc.

Luz Agudelo, executive producer, Onda Musica Y Sonido

J. Clint Anderson, Ph.D., founder, J. Clint Anderson Company

Phil Cooke, author, One Big Thing

Thomas Cooper, Ph.D., author, Fast Media Media Fast

Albert J. Estrada, VP, business development, Olympusat

Amanda Fernandez, vice president, Latino Community Partnerships, Teach For America

Helio Fred Garcia, author, The Power of Communication

Darin Gibby, author, Why Has America Stopped Inventing

Denise Larson, cofounder, NewMediaMetrics

Lorie Loe, chief executive officer, Eccolo Media

Oscar Madrid, director, Multicultural Marketing, Verizon

Alex Nogales, president, National Hispanic Media Coalition

Angelica Perez, publisher, NewLatina.net

Roberto Perez, director, Hispanic Marketing, Comcast Cable

Camille Preston, Ph.D., PCC, founder and CEO, AIM Leadership

Patricia Quijano Dark, editor, Okespanol

Franklin Rios, president, Luminar

Heiner W. Skaliks, portfolio manager, SLAF

Ron Volper, Ph.D., author, Up Your Sales

Orly Wahba, chief executive officer, Life Vest Inside

Peter Winick, content strategist, Thought Leadership Leverage

Following is a list of 2011 podcast guests in alphabetical order.

John Baker, creator, The Asking Formula

Bonnie Buckner, M.A., co-founder, A Think Lab

Thomas Cooper, Ph.D., author, Fast Media Media Fast

Colleen Fahey, chief strategy officer, VerveLife

Eric Granof, chief marketing officer, AIA Holdings

William S. Hettinger, Ph.D., president, Prosperous Communities

Diane Katz, Ph.D., president, The Working Circle Teambuilding, Inc.

Arthur Levine, Ph.D., president, The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

Mark Moore, president, Kavaliro

Bill Pepper, managing partner, Kavaliro

Jose Puente, director, Mobile Strategy, Autotrader.com

Birute Regine, Ed.D., author, Iron Butterflies

Pamela Rutledge, MBA, Ph.D., co-founder, A Think Lab

Juan Carlos Reyes, executive assistant to the president, Teachers College Columbia University

Marcela Sarmiento, assistant programming manager, AOL Latino

Laura Scheiber, doctoral student in Comparative and International Education, Teachers College Columbia University

Victor Siegel, CEO, VerveLife

David Thompson, co-author, Wild West 2.0

Chuck Whiteman, senior vice president, Client Services at MotionPoint Corporation

David Wachs, president, Cellit

Peter Winick, content strategist

Following is a list of 2010 podcast guests in alphabetical order.

Jose Azel, Ph.D., author, Mañana in Cuba

Maria Azua, vice president, IBM Enterprise Initiatives

Steve Bergsman, author, After The Fall: Opportunities and Strategies for Real Estate Investing in the Coming Decade

Beth Blatt, CEO, Hope Sings

Denira Borrero, vice president, Omni Direct, Inc.

Edna Chun, Ph.D., vice president, Broward College

Janet Fouts, author, Social Media Success

Steve Haase, partner, ThoughtLead

Helen Hernandez, president, Imagen Foundation

Shel Horowitz, co-author, Guerrilla Marketing Goes Green

Teresa Iglesias-Solomon, vice president, Multicultural and Latino Initiatives Best Buy Company, Inc.

Marcelino Miyares, Jr., director, Mercury en español

Victor Parada, vice president, Advertising Sales, Discovery Networks U.S. Hispanic Group

William Perez, Ph.D., author, We Are Americans

Romano Richetta, senior vice president, Participant Services, TIAA-CREF

Author Jerry D. Simmons

Rebecca Tellez-Higgins, Discovery Networks U.S. Hispanic Group

Julie Weeks, president and CEO, Womenable

Following is a list of 2010 artists and songs in alphabetical order

Bandeira Remix by Jersey Advocates from the Marked 4 Life album

La Esperanza Canta by Martha Gomez from the Hope Sings album

Following is a list of 2009 podcast guests in alphabetical order.

Carlos Aguirre, CEO, Grupo Radio Centro

Jose Carrera, owner, Ocho Placas

Author Tom Gjelten

Kathleen Haley, director, Multicultural Communication, Hewlett-Packard Company

Chris Handley, CEO, Listen Up Espanol

Artist Cecilia Moreno Yaghoubi

Edgar Ochoa, original programming director, AOL Latino

Lon Safko, co-author, The Social Media Bible

Following is a list of 2009 artists and songs in alphabetical order

Hip Hop Hoodios Times Square 1989 from the Carne Masada album

M.I.S. Alcotel from Soy Sauce album

Pulse from Eva Natal The Signal album

Following is a list of 2008 podcast guests in alphabetical order.

Rayroq Acosta, CEO, Wu-Tang Latino

Lucia Ballas-Traynor, former senior vice president and general manager, MTV Tr3s

Liria R. Barbosa, research director, C&R Research

Sergio Barrientos, chief creative officer, Latin3

Demian M. Bellumio, president, Hoodiny Entertainment Group, LLC

Stacey Connaughton, faculty member, Purdue University

Katie Delahaye Paine, CEO, KDPaine & Partners

Manuel Delgado, CEO, Agua Marketing

Heather Dominick, owner, EnergyRich Coaching

Javier Farfan, multicultural marketing manager, Zune

Aurora Flores, artist, singer and public relations practioner

Natasha Funk, sales research manager, Terra.com

Ruth Gaviria, executive director, Meredith Hispanic Ventures

Laura J. Hernandez, executive director, Multicultural Marketing, AT&T

Abel Lopez, associate producing director, GALA Hispanic Theatre

Maria Lopez De Leon, executive director, National Association of Latino Arts

Ken Mallon, vice president, Ad Effectiveness Consulting, Dynamic Logic

Luis Martinez, CEO, Punto Rojo Sports Marketing Group

Gail Mills, author, Quinceanera Connection

Alberto Oliva, editor in chief, Ser Padres magazine

Gustavo Ott, playwright

Reinaldo Padua, The Coca-Cola Company

Mark Potok, director, Intelligence Report, Southern Poverty Law Center

Aldo Quevedo, president, Dieste Dallas

Brian Requarth, CEO, Bilingual Marketing Group

Marci Shimoff, author, Happy for No Reason

Dennis Spring, president, Spring Associates

Julio Stieffel, director, BuscAbogados.com

Federico Subervi, Ph.D., professor, Texas State University

Jose Uzal, general manager, WBWP

Isabel Valdes, author, Hispanic Customers for Life A Fresh Look at Acculturation

Mabel Valdiviezo, producer and director, “Carlos Baron”

Michele Valdovinos, senior vice president, Phoenix Multicultural

Laura Varela, artist

Following is a list of 2008 artists and songs in alphabetical order

Aterciopelados - Cancion Protesta from Oye album

Aterciopelados - Rio from Rio album

David P-G - Glenbrook from Backdrop album

Diegodiego - Mi Castillo Azul from Haciendo Escándalo

Gilberto "Pulpo" Colon - Apariencia from Hot Bread album

Gilberto "Pulpo" Colon - Tirandote Flores from Hot Bread album

Lokixximo - Mi Barrio from the Sueño New Yorkino album

Monareta - Me Voy Palm Mar from Picotero album

Nortec Collective - Tijuan Sound Machine from Nortec Collective Presents Bostich + Fussible Tijuana Sound Machine album

The Pinker Tones - Electrotumbao from Wild Animals album

Pitbull and Kurse - Across the Waters from Voto Latino benefit album

Royal Doll - Return My Love from the deeper Down album

Señor Flavio - Malito from the Supersaund 2012 album

Todos Tus Muertos - Mate from Greatest Hits album

Following is a list of 2007 podcast guests in alphabetical order and links. Two listings for the same person are not in error. They indicate more than one interview.

  1. Frederick Ackourey, CEO, TeleGaleria
  2. Derene Allen, managing partner, Santiago Solutions Group
  3. Cristina Benitez, author, Latinization
  4. Ernesto Caravantes, author, Clipping Their Own Wings
  5. Ivan Cevallos, CEO, Ethos Group, Inc.
  6. Dante Chinni, senior associate, Project for Excellence in Journalism
  7. Francois Dauder, brand manager, Tu Dinero magazine
  8. Federico A. de Jesús, director, Hispanic Communications, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s Office
  9. Javier Escobedo, managing partner, Ole
  10. Fernando Espuelas, chairman and CEO, Voy
  11. Andrew Gamm, director, Brand Development, Pizza Patron
  12. Miguel Gomez Winebrenner, senior consultant, Cheskin
  13. David Gonzalez, playwright
  14. Jay Gronlund, vice president and managing director, Latin Pulse USA
  15. Hunter Heller, associate vice president, International Licensing Global Consumer Products, Sesame Workshop
  16. KR Jones, author, Ghosts of Guantanamo Bay
  17. Kitty Kolding, senior vice president, Business Development, House Party Inc.
  18. Isabel Malowany, editor, Tu Dinero magazine
  19. Cesar Melgoza, managing director and senior partner, Latin Force LLC
  20. Martha Montoya, president, Los Kitos Entertainment LLC
  21. Cynthia Nelson, COO, TodoBebe.com
  22. Cynthia Nelson, chief operating officer, TodoBebe Inc.
  23. Cristina Perez, host, "Cristina's Court"
  24. David Perez, CEO, Latin Force LLC
  25. Mario Quiñones, president, Latin Pulse
  26. Marisa Rivera-Albert, president National Hispanic Leadership Institute
  27. Deborah Ramirez, editor, el Sentinel
  28. Rupa Ranganathan, ethnic strategist and senior vice president, Strategic Research Institute
  29. Rupa Ranganathan, ethnic strategist and senior vice president, Strategic Research Institute
  30. Jose Reyes, partner and creative director, Turbulence Advertising
  31. Diana Rios, Ph.D., associate professor, Department of Communication Sciences, University of Connecticut
  32. Fernando Rodriguez, CEO, Terra Networks USA
  33. Carlos Santiago, president, Santiago Solutions Group & Santiago ROI
  34. Roger Selbert, Principal, The Growth Strategies Group
  35. Federico Subervi, Ph.D., professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Texas State University-San Marcos
  36. Eric Weymueller, motion picture producer

Following is a list of 2007 artists and songs in alphabetical order

  1. Alphafemes - First Sight from First Sight album
  2. Cortijo's Tribe - El Negro Bembon from Zon del Barrio album
  3. DeSol - Sing It All Night Long from On My Way album
  4. Diana Mera - 20 Pedacitos
  5. DJ Bitman - Shine from Latin Bitman album
  6. Frankie Alvarado and Diana Mera - 20 Pedacitos
  7. Galapago - Salsa y Control from Infinito Palmeras album
  8. Hip Hop Hoodios - Viva La Guantanamera from Viva La Guantanamera mini album
  9. Los Bunkers - Llueve Sobre la Ciudad from Live in Concert album
  10. Los Tres - Camino from Hagalo Usted Mismo album
  11. Lumidee - She's Like the Wind from Unexpected album
  12. Manu Chao - Bongo Bong from Clandestino album
  13. Mariadela - En Silencio from En Silencio album
  14. Mexican Institute of Sound - El Microfono from Piñata album
  15. Mezklah - Chango Araña from SpikerMonkey album
  16. Pacha Massive - Don’t Let Go from All Good Things album
  17. RBD - Nuestro Amor from Nuestro Amor album
  18. Sock Bukara - Play Something Smooth and Purple Game from Corporama album
  19. Sussie4 - Solo Voy from Musica Moderna album
  20. Sweet Electra - Firefly from Lying to be Sweet album
  21. The Pinker Tones - Karma Hunters from The Chicas Project album

Following is a list of 2006 podcast guests in alphabetical order and links

  1. Carlos A. Alfaro, editor, Hispanic Trends magazine
  2. Tom H. C. Anderson, MBA, MEA, managing partner, Anderson Analytics
  3. Daniel Ayala, senior vice president and business unit manager, Wells Fargo Global Remittance Services group
  4. Liria Barbosa, senior research anaylist, C & R Research
  5. Joel Bary, CEO and board member, LatinMedios.com
  6. Alex Carvallo, U.S. Hispanic media manager, Consumer Marketing, Intel Americas
  7. Martin Castro, president and CEO, Mexican American Opportunity Foundation
  8. Bill Colton, founder and president, Global Telesourcing, LLC
  9. Heidi Dickert, vice president, New Products and Business Development, MarketTools
  10. Jeffrey Duque, commercial director U.S., Cuatro-Media, Inc.
  11. Leonardo Ferreira, University of Miami, journalism professor
  12. Martha E. Galindo, president and CEO, Galindo Publicidad, Inc.
  13. Richard Glatzer, movie director and writer, Quinceañera
  14. David Henry, president, TeleNoticias
  15. Brenda Hurley, vice president, C & R Research
  16. John Mayerhofer, CEO, Voiceindigo
  17. Cesar Melgoza, CEO, Geoscape International
  18. Diana Mera, singer and song writer
  19. Arturo Nuñez, vice president and managing director, Latin America/U.S. Hispanic, NBA
  20. Juan Ochoa, director, Program Development, MFM Trade Meetings
  21. Ileana Oroza, director, University of Miami Spanish-language Masters in Journalism Program
  22. Antonio Otalvaro, chief creative officer, Barrio305.com
  23. Noah Otalvaro, business development manager, Barrio305.com
  24. Louis Pagan, creator and author, Latinopundit.com
  25. Matias Perel, founder and president, Latin3 search engine marketing
  26. Matias Perel, founder and president, Latin3 online marketing
  27. Rupa Ranganathan, ethnic strategist and senior vice president, Strategic Research Institute
  28. Sergio Sanchez, director, Hispanic loan and outreach programs, SallieMae
  29. Lorena Schmidt, public relations professional, SGM Records
  30. Roger Selbert, Ph.D., principal, The Growth Strategies Group
  31. Saskia Sorrosa, senior manager, Communications, NBA Latin America/U.S. Hispanic
  32. Jim Starks, vice president, Diversity Insights, Synovate
  33. Federico Subervi, Ph.D., professor, School of Journalism and Mass Communication, Texas State University-San Marcos
  34. Jaime Suchlicki, Ph.D., editor, Cuban Affairs, University of Miami
  35. Dora O. Tovar, MPA, president, Tovar Public Relations
  36. Mabel Valdiviezo, principal, Haiku Films
  37. Michele Valdovinos vice president of research and marketing, Phoenix Cultural Access Group and co-author, “A Snapshot of the U.S. Hispanic Market”
  38. Nara Venditti, Ph.D., CEO, Succeed in America
  39. Wash Westmoreland, movie director and writer, Quinceañera

Following is a 2006 list of artists and songs also in alphabetical order

  1. Aterciopelados - Complemento from Oye album
  2. Hector Buitrago - Altisimo song from Conector album
  3. Diego Diego - La Cuca
  4. Andrea Echeverri - A Eme O
  5. Mexican Institute of Sound - Mirando a las Muchachas from the Méjico Máxico album
  6. Pitbull - Ay Chico from El Mariel album
  7. Tanghetto - Blue Monday from La Mujer de mi Hermano album
  8. The Pinker Tones - Sonido Total
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