JGS International Media Group, Inc.
Your guide to building bridges globally in an interconnected world.
Founder & CEO
Julianna Garibay-Sparacio has extensive experience on guiding U.S. and international companies on how to address cultural audiences through targeted, culturally-relevant strategies.
Throughout her career, Julianna has worked with more than 20 different ethnic cultures in the media and digital technology industries, consumer goods industry, and with international businesses seeking U.S., Latin American, European and Asian business opportunities.
She is a strategic global business developer with international success in driving worldwide business development in multicultural and U.S. markets. Julianna has extensive international experience on how to connect with cultural consumers through disruptive, digital technologies.
Digital strategies include a culturally-relevant approach to e-commerce, real-time digital connections through social media engagement, strategic partnerships, global content distribution & sales, multicultural and niche consumer marketing, organizational culture and change management, as well as cross cultural training. She has had broad success with new product launches in management roles with companies ranging from $10 million to $1.5 billion in revenue and has managed teams from abroad.
Julianna currently sits on the National Association for Multi-ethnicity in Communication (NAMIC) marketing board and is an annual EMMA Awards judge. She has completed an Executive MBA at Stony Brook University in New York in Management, with a focus on International Business, including a China Study Abroad program. She has been an adjunct professor of international marketing and business courses at Stony Brook University and participated in the SUNY Dean’s MBA Advisory Board and the College of Business Board of International Education. She was a member of the Business and Professional Women International organization (BPW) and Chair of the Business, Trade and Technology Standing Committee, working closely with United Nation representatives, focusing on inclusive practices in business, trade and technology in 96 countries. She is fluent in Spanish and is currently in an immersion program for Portuguese and French languages.