Author Angel Cancino

Angel Cancino

Angel currently holds a consulting position as program assistant for Borderzine. He has worked for Borderzine since 2010 in advertising, marketing, logistics, and event planning. As program assistant, Angel coordinates the annual Dow Jones News Fund Multimedia Training Academy for college journalism instructors, the DJNF high school journalism workshop at UTEP, and other Borderzine special projects. He is also responsible for developing and implementing the organization's strategic communications and managing Borderzine's social media platforms. Angel received his MBA with a concentration in General Management from the University of Texas at El Paso in December 2013. In addition to his duties at Borderzine, he has worked in the marketing and advertising departments for several Hispanic media companies in the U.S., El Paso marketing agencies, and the first business incubator in El Paso, TX. More recently, in 2015 he did one year of volunteer work as a Promotion Representative with the international non-profit organization and educational and performing arts program, Up with People, where he helped setting up and promoting the organization's 50th anniversary world tour. Angel’s interests and skill set include managing responsibilities in leading strategy and execution of PR and marketing campaigns.