La Paz Announces New Director Of Marketing

Wednesday, March 7, 2018
La Paz Chattanooga announces Angela Garcia as the director of Marketing and Business Development. Ms. Garcia comes to La Paz from her position as key account manager, Latino Market for the Tennessee Valley division for Coca-Cola Bottling United.

Previously, Ms. Garcia served as the vice chair for the board of directors at La Paz for 2017, and has been involved with La Paz since its inception in 2004.

"Ms. Garcia is passionate about working for the community, especially engaging and empowering the Latino population," officials said.

“I am super excited to be part of the La Paz team. I am looking forward to making a difference within our community, and to follow and strengthen our mission to empower and engage Chattanooga’s Latino population," Ms. Garcia said.  "There are many opportunities we have to build a stronger Latino and professional business community. I am passionate about marketing and community service, I believe this is an open door that will take us far. La Paz has a special place in my heart."
Ms. Garcia moved to Chattanooga in 2002 from her native Colombia, where she received her B.A. in journalism and mass communication from the University of La Sabana.  

Ms. Garcia has worked in the past as managing editor for Noticias Libres, the Spanish language publication of the Chattanooga Times Free Press and help sales management positions in the advertising industry.

Ms. Garcia resides in Chattanooga with her husband Carlos and their three children; she enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.



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