Julia Marcela Henao Ramírez
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  • Chicago, IL
  • United States
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About me
Social Communicator and Journalist with a 10-year experience in corporate communications as well as in development of strategies to promote internal and external communication towards medium and small companies' stakeholders, through different tactics from traditional media to new technologies.

I have experience in developing and managing content for web portals, corporate intranets, and digital newsletters. As well as social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube with Key Indicators Performance (KPI's ) measurement.

Professional skills to generate new projects and ability to work in teams.

Bilingual professional: Spanish (native) and English as a second language.
What is your current career title or dream job?
Social Communicator and Journalist pursuing a Global Strategic Communication Master in Science at Loyola Chicago University
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What languages do you speak?
Spanish and English
Hobbies & interests
Love walking by the lake on a sunny day
Reading about my area of expertise which is Communications and Strategy. Also, love reading about stories related to mysteries or local stories with ghosts as central theme.
I like painting mandalas and going out to try different restaurants around the city
Looking for:
networking, employment, friendships, mentorship

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At 3:31pm on April 3, 2017, Julia Marcela Henao Ramírez said…

Most crisis managers agree that the world became a riskier place to do business in 2016. Those sentiments derive from a survey of 537 senior executives conducted in November and December by The Economist Intelligence Unit ("EIU") and sponsored by FTI Consulting. The survey assessed the sources of corporate risk in 2016 and its evolution over the next three years. Learn more in the FTI Journal here: http://ow.ly/UwDD30an9d6


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