Apple made a new appointment to its board of directors and this time it included the media editor Monica lozano. According to the company, Lozano’s leadership in both the public and private sectors, as well as his long history as an advocate for equity, opportunity and representation, were some of the reasons for this selection.
Lozano is known for her 30-year media career as Editor-in-Chief of La Opinion, the largest Spanish-language newspaper in the United States and her subsequent appointment as Chairman and CEO of La Opinion’s parent company, ImpreMedia.
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As shared on the company’s official website, Apple wants to take advantage of Lozano’s experience and its impact as a leader of large companies in the United States. According to Tim Cook’s statements:
“Monica has been a true leader and pioneer in business, media and a growing circle of philanthropic efforts to achieve a more equitable future, in our schools and in everyone’s life ”
“His values and extensive experience will help Apple continue to grow, innovate and be a positive force in the lives of our teams, customers and communities.”
Regarding his appointment in the most valuable company in the world, and in a year already considered ideal to reach new earnings records, Lozano said:
“I have always admired Apple’s commitment to the idea that technology
“I look forward to working with Tim, Art and the rest of the board to help Apple advance these values and build on a rich and productive history ”.