Daniela Martucci is a communications professional specializing in integrated marketing communications.
Her experience includes managing regional communications, public relations strategies and marketing campaigns for clients including Pioneer Latin America and Cisco Systems (CANSAC region), Pan Am International Flight Academy, financial organizations such as FIBA and FELABAN and non profit organizations like Miami’s Chapman Partnership, amongst others. Daniela is a member of the Chapman partnership Womanade Committee and makes regular contributions to US Hispanic newspaper, El Nuevo Herald.
Throughout her career Daniela has participated in the management and execution of accounts in the luxury, real estate and entertainment industries both locally and regionally. Daniela´s experience includes working as an external communications manager for issues management and litigation communications for Chevron Corp in Latin America. In the healthcare field Daniela has vast experience managing accounts such as pharmaceuticals Bayer (including leading brands YazPlus® and Xarelto®), Roche, leading an advocacy project on biotechnology and AstraZeneca coordinating medical advisory boards and patient with diabetes education programs.
With over fifteen years of hands on experience Mrs. Martucci has held significant prior roles of responsibility across a range of PR and communications disciplines including TV production and investigative journalism. Daniela worked as a Manager for Newlink Communications and Edelman, in charge of regional accounts in the public affairs, consumer and healthcare divisions for over seven years. She began in corporate communications working for Venezuela´s Fleishman Hillard affiliate, Asesorac. She has developed and led professional teams, pioneered in the audiovisual and social media corporate movement initializing corporations such as RIM, Oracle and Pioneer Latam´s groups with extraordinary proven outcomes.
Early in her career, Daniela contributed to a Venezuelan newspaper, later honored with a National Alternative Journalism Prize. She then joined the production crew for the news department in Venevisión, in charge of assisting the production of live newscasts, opinion segments and interviews with prestigious personalities such as Nobel Peace Prize winners Mikhail Gorbachev and Oscar Arias.
Daniela has a B.A. in Communications with specialization in Broadcast Journalism and is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese. She was educated in American schools in both Argentina and Brazil for over 15 years.