Marketing-Communications Agency CCOMGROUP Names Sandra Pastrana President
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MIAMI, March 28, 2024 ~ CCOMGROUP, a leading advertising and communications agency, has announced the promotion of Sandra Pastrana to the position of President. Pastrana, an established professional in the industry with a track record of award-winning results, will assume her new role immediately. She will work alongside Co-Chairmen Manny Machado and Luis Gonzalez-Esteves to further develop the agency's creative and strategic capabilities while also shaping its future vision.

Pastrana has been with CCOMGROUP for a significant period of time and most recently served as Senior Vice President/Client Services. During her tenure, she has led the agency's energy and technology practice and overseen successful campaigns such as the 2023 Florida Power & Light (FPL) campaign, "More than Names." When asked about her team's achievements, Pastrana credits their collaborative approach, stating that "Our multidisciplinary team allows us to bring together diverse skill sets to create innovative campaigns with groundbreaking results."

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In a joint statement, Machado and Gonzalez-Esteves expressed their excitement about Pastrana's new role within the firm. They highlighted her extensive experience in marketing and communications as well as her effective management of client partnerships. The Co-Chairmen are confident that Pastrana's leadership, combined with the dedication of all associates at CCOMGROUP, will drive the agency towards even greater success.

As President, Pastrana will be responsible for overseeing CCOMGROUP's strategic direction and managing all aspects of its operations. This includes leading various departments such as Creative, Media, and Public Relations. With her wealth of experience and proven track record at CCOMGROUP, Pastrana is well-equipped to take on this new role and lead the agency towards continued growth and success.
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