Globally-minded bilingual communications specialist and digital strategist.
Andrea Tapia specializes in digital media, content marketing and bilingual communications. Working with clients across industries, her services target a wide range of audiences: from the Latino market in the USA, to the Latin American region, to global audiences.
She has worked in highly multicultural environments with teams from Australia, Spain, Ecuador and the USA. Leveraging global communications to achieve marketing goals and social impact, Andrea has worked with clients from different industries, such as UNICEF, the Inter-American Development Bank, the International Civil Society Action Network, International House Sydney, VAIVEM, and Candesco Productions. Some of the projects she has spearheaded as communicator and producer involve UNICEF’s Global Youth Ideas Network (that led to the launch of the Generation Unlimited Global Partnership) and the fifth edition of the Latin American Film Festival in Quito.
Andrea is also the co-founder of GANAS, a student organization from Bennington College that facilitates educational, legal, recreational and healthcare services for more than 3,000 undocumented Latino migrant workers in Southern Vermont.
As a writer, she published her first book, the novel “Resplandor sin Fin” in 2009 with Editorial LIBRESA in her hometown, Ecuador. Since then, Andrea has published articles in literary magazines in Ecuador such as Recodo.sx, and Percápita Magazine. She won the First Prize for Poetry from the IE Humanities Awards in Madrid in 2017. Most recently, her articles have been featured on Ecuayorker Magazine based in New York City, for which she worked as Editor-in-Chief.