JP’s Zuhaly Ramón Joins MORE Advertising as Account Executive & Latinx Coordinator

MORE Advertising, minority women-led marketing and advertising agency in Watertown recently announced that Jamaica Plain resident Zuhaly Ramón has joined the agency as Account Executive and Latinx Coordinator. In her new role, Ramón, will be responsible for managing and overseeing deliverables for the agency’s clients – with an emphasis on projects designed to reach the Latinx community. She’ll lead the cultural adaptation process for Latinx-focused campaigns and support English- and Spanish-language research. “MORE has long understood the value of ensuring that communications targeted to diverse populations are thorough, authentic, and respectful,” said Donna Latson Gittens, CEO & Founder of MORE Advertising. “We are excited to have Zuhaly join the agency and help us continue to be at the forefront of effectively communicating with communities of color.”

“Zuhaly has made an immediate impact with our clients while demonstrating her keen marketing instincts and genuine ability to speak to diverse audiences,” said Judi Haber, Managing Partner & President of MORE Advertising.


Video: Boston Pols Implore BIPOC, Elderly to Get COVID Vaccine (When Available)

Numerous Boston elected officials including Suffolk County's District Attorney and Sheriff teamed up together for a encouraging residents to receive the Coronavirus vaccine. Suffolk County Sheriff Steven Tompkins, District Attorney Rachael Rollins, At-Large Boston City Councilor Michelle Wu, Boston City Council President Kim Janey, and State Rep. Nika Elugardo (D-15th Suffolk), are among numerous elected official of color encouraging Black, Latinx, and people older than 65 years old. Tompkins office produced the video. "When it's my turn, I will do it," says State Rep. Russell Holmes (D-6th Suffolk). "As soon as I can, I will do it," says Wu.