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Meet Monse Moreno – Latinos 40 Under 40 Class of 2018

Negocios Now is proud to present Latinos 40 Under 40’s Class of 2018. We’d like to showcase the 40 between now and March 7th, that’ll be the day of the event to celebrate and recognize these forty individuals, some of Chicago’s finest Latino professionals.

#24 – Monse Moreno

Tech marketer empowering businesses and communities

Age: 32

Title: Agency Marketing Manager, Global Business Marketing

Name of Organization: Facebook, Inc.

 

Monse serves as the North America agency marketing manager for Facebook’s Global Business Marketing organization across the Facebook family of apps and services.

In her current role, Monse leads one of Facebook’s largest advocacy program, Agency Women’s Leadership Day, along with product education marketing programs in North America. In her tenure at Facebook, her remit has also included overseeing multicultural audience marketing.

Before to Facebook, Monse worked in B2B multicultural marketing and sales development at Pandora.  Prior to Pandora, she launched her career in multicultural media at Tapestry, part of Starcom, where she fast tracked to success on the Procter & Gamble account as a strategist and media buyer and also worked on the Samsung, Kellogg’s and Darden businesses.

Monse is also dedicated to giving back to the Latino community. At Facebook she launched the Latin@FBCHI Latino employee resource group in 2017, and most recently she started an initiative called ‘Latinos in Tech Chicago,’ with the objective of creating community amongst Latinos who work across the various aspects of tech in Chicago including business, technical, entrepreneurial and education.

Monse is an active youth mentor and speaker for the Fig Factor Foundation, which focuses on young Latina leaders. She has long volunteered and fundraised for various organizations; the Daniel Murphy Scholarship Foundation, High Jump, Spark, and My Block My Hood My City and continues to share her passion for work she loves, the importance of work ethic and higher education to underrepresented minorities.

Monse lives outside of the city with her husband Gus, and dogs, Amelio Bajelio and Scully. She also loves traveling the world, talking about personal finance, and Edwardian British dramas.

Words of Wisdom:

“The knowledge that you have emerged wiser and stronger from setbacks means that you are, ever after, secure in your ability to survive.” –  J.K. Rowling