Estefania Arteaga

Estefania is a Global Digital Content leader with a proven track record of facilitating high-impact growth and consistent performance delivery. She specializes in Content Acquisition & Programming, Digital distribution, Syndication and Content Strategy.

Ultimately influences bottom-line profits and market penetration across local and international content markets. A business development leader and stakeholder partnership champion who effortlessly pivots the discovery of new business opportunities with international clientele while laying the groundwork for the performance of data-driven analysis in support of strategic content initiatives., Through her journey, she has developed a true passion for great storytelling and believes good content has no borders and aspires to continue to introduce new content genres to non-traditional markets.

Currently she is the Senior Director of International Content Partnerships for Amagi Corporation. Before that she expanded the Caracol Television portfolio by driving growth through new partnerships and strategic alliances as a Director of International Business Development and Distribution. Prior to Caracol Television, Estefania led the digital programming strategy for RakutenViki and provided direction of core and new content verticals for the platform as a Director of Programming and Content Acquisition.

Education

IONA University, New Rochelle, NY

Masters of Science (M.S.) – Journalism & Public Relations

SOUTHERN VERMONT COLLEGE, Bennington, VT

Bachelors of Arts (B.A.) – Media Communications

Public Relations (Minor)

Certifications | Licensure | Training

SHECODES Basics: Introduction to Coding| HTML, CSS, Javascript, VS Code : SHECODES

Successful Negotiation: Essential Strategies & Skills – UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN

Leadership Behavior Analysis II – THE KEN BLANCHARD COMPANIES

DiSC Management Training – THE KEN BLANCHARD COMPANIES

Data Analytics (SQL & Tableau) – GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Intro to Digital Marketing – GENERAL ASSEMBLY

Intro to Modern Web Architecture – UDEMY

Modern Art & Ideas – MOMA