Obama Alum and Social Impact Expert Launches Talavera Strategies

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An Innovative Strategic Communications & Public Affairs Firm to Influence, Mobilize, and Help Clients Thrive

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Ginette Magaña, President & Founder, Talavera Strategies

Our goal is to help clients react to and thrive in what has become a rapidly changing political and business environment.

Today, Obama White House alum and former Telemundo Corporate Affairs leader, Ginette Magaña announced the launch of Talavera Strategies, a new agency with expertise in designing and executing innovative and winning issue advocacy, social impact, and reputation management campaigns that influence, mobilize, and create change.

“Talavera Strategies provides clients with strategic communications, public affairs support, as well as project and crisis management at the highest level,” said President & Founder, Ginette Magaña. “Our goal is to help clients react to and thrive in what has become a rapidly changing political and business environment.”

With over 15 years of experience in public engagement, communicating with multicultural audiences and navigating national security and immigration issues, the firm's founder has extensive experience in both the public and private sector.

Ginette Magaña founded Talavera Strategies after serving as Director of Corporate Affairs for NBCUniversal Telemundo Enterprises, where she oversaw the company’s corporate social responsibility initiatives. Prior to that, Magaña served as Senior Associate Director of Public Engagement for the White House where she led President Obama’s outreach efforts to the Latino community and on immigration related issues. She also previously served as Deputy Press Secretary and on the record spokesperson at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, where she managed daily and crisis communications across key departments.

For more information visit http://www.TalaveraStrategies.com.

Talavera Strategies is a 100% Latina-owned company.

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