Our agency specializes in the Latino, African American and other ethnic communities that form the cultural mosaic of the United States. We have lived in these communities and worked there for decades, in the general market and ethnic media. We respect their history and culture – and understand how best to engage them. We partner […]
Our agency works seamlessly in Mexico and the United States, providing a variety of public relations services for our clients. We have cultivated friendships with public and private sector leaders and influential media across the border for decades. We can connect our clients to the right individuals and organizations with the right approach and messaging. […]
Visual communication is powerful. Our team of multicultural professionals takes the time to understand our clients’ world and their communication needs. We produce photographs, videos and designs that capture the authentic essence of the messages being conveyed. Our photographers and videographers go on location to produce what’s needed, working with the cultural sensitivity that’s required. […]
A website is an essential tool for today’s world but many organizations lack the expertise and staff to develop their own. That’s where we come in. We create websites or update existing ones. We help our clients to identify goals for the site, the online tasks to be completed, the target audiences they need to reach […]
We translate virtually any content, from letters and documents to marketing materials to scripts. In most cases, we can accommodate rush requests. We do more than translate content from English to Spanish, and Spanish to English. We adapt the words and phrases to connect to the target culture, making sure the intended message is delivered […]
We’re veteran storytellers across print, electronic and online platforms. We have the skills and experience to report and write on practically any topic on either side of the border, in English or Spanish. We have developed specialties in two areas: Multicultural affairs, which capture the news in Latino, African American and other ethnic communities; and […]
We provided strategic planning and public relations bilingual services for the first festival in Southern California to showcase Latin American art.Learn More >
We created the communication infrastructure for this new non-profit, including designing a brand logo, developing a website and content and producing videos.Learn More >
An event that started as an international conference has inspired a citizens’ movement that is nurturing innovation on both sides of the border. We have been involved since the birth of Tijuana Innovadora in October of 2010, serving as the critical public relations link to the English-language news media, as well as the Latino media […]Learn More >
From press releases to press conferences, we help our clients to make an impact.
We connect our clients to the right media, assuring their message reaches their target audience.
Our skilled photographers, filmmakers, designers and website developers allow us to customize our services for our clients.
Our visual team takes the time to understand our clients’ stories to produce images and designs that are functional and eye-catching.
A respected journalist at The San Diego Union-Tribune for more than 20 years, Aida led the award-winning team that covered Baja California and served as co-editor of the local news department. She developed the company’s first property in Spanish, the weekly newspaper Enlace, and its website, and served as its editor-in-chief for a decade. And she pioneered the company’s first partnership with a TV station, Univision San Diego. In later years, she has specialized in public relations and marketing in English and Spanish to Latino and multicultural audiences. A graduate of the University of Southern California, these days she’s back in the classroom as an instructor of digital journalism at San Diego City College. On the personal side, she’s raising her family in San Diego, where she was born and raised.
Tatiana has dedicated her career to telling cross-border stories. In Mexico, she worked as a news correspondent and anchor for some of that country’s leading media companies, such as Televisa, Radio Fórmula, W Radio, Uniradio and Radio Mexicana. She wrote for Tijuana newspapers El Informador de Baja California and El Mexicano, and for Mujer Actual and Tijuaneo magazines, among others. In 2012, she directed the initiative to bring influential San Diego leaders to the internationally acclaimed conference Tijuana Innovadora. And she managed marketing efforts for the most influential cultural institution in northwest Mexico, the Centro Cultural Tijuana. A graduate of the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, her native city, she also studied journalism at the University of Arizona. An avid bicyclist and kayaker, Tatiana lives with her family in Chula Vista.