OpenWork: Being Present with Karli Henriquez

by Guerrero

In this episode of OpenWork, we speak with KnowAlias Founder and SoundCloud’s Senior Manager of Artist Relations Karli Henriquez about the importance of being present and slowing down, career transitions, and the power of knowing your audience on social media.

Watch this exclusive interview between Vianni Lubus, Head of Audience and Engagement, VP, Hispanic Division and Karli Henriquez, Founder, KnowAlias and Senior Manager, Artist Relations, Soundcloud.

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OpenWork is a video series that highlights some of the world’s most inspiring and minds in business. Presented by Guerrero Media, each live interview scales great lessons that you can take back to your company and community, exposing you to inspiring stories and relevant insights from top inclusive leaders you may or may not know about.

About Karli Henriquez

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Karli Henriquez is an exceptional representation of the possibilities that come to those who lead with purpose and follow up with persistence.

As a culture insider infused with start-up and corporate business acumen, she built her expertise through household names like MTV, iHeart Media, Beats by Dre and Dell, proving to be a leader both in front of and behind the scenes. She’s always been driven by the desire to disrupt the status quo, and as Co-Founder of the LatinX owned agency, Know Alias, she’s doing exactly that.

Such an important sense of responsibility has propelled her through a stunning career in music, entertainment, consumer brands, and technology, and naturally, has blossomed into a mission to elevate underrepresented voices across the aforementioned categories. Now embarking on a long awaited journey in entrepreneurship, Karli is overturning traditional agency culture, redefining what consumer marketing looks like, because the consumer market is changing.

Leading with compassion, speaking with conviction, and championing the emerging creatives and brands of today and tomorrow; it’s no wonder she has the unconditional support and respect of the LatinX community.

Read more with Karli Henriquez in Hispanic Executive.