Profiles: Layla Revis

Layla Revis began her career in marketing in the Literary Department of Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and in feature film production at Warner Brothers Studios.

She has served as the Vice-President of Big Picture Group, a Hollywood-based entertainment marketing agency specializing in feature film and television and has written and conceptualized advertising campaigns for high-profile clients including: E! Entertainment, Bravo, BabyFirst TV, Discovery Networks, Miramax, and Sony. As a journalist, she was a Columnist and Contributing Editor at several publications including: Los Angeles Confidential Magazine, GenArt, Teen Vogue, Town + Country, and Surface Magazine. In 2007, she founded two online travel blogs, JauntMagazine.com and Eco-Adventurer.com, to cover luxury travel and stylish, eco-friendly goods for the modern adventurer.

She has led grassroots social media marketing initiatives for the non-profit sector as NGO’s transitioned from traditional marketing to the social media space. Currently, she manages social media for the Government of Mexico and clients like Pfizer and The State Department. Her specialties include: multi-cultural marketing, international affairs, and social media. She brings her understanding and passion for media to Ogilvy Public Relations Worldwide because she believes that “innovation is the last refuge of the revolutionary.”

Revis was awarded a Distinction from The London School of Economics where she achieved a Masters of Science in New Media and Development and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania in English Literature.

She is an avid traveler, a women’s rights advocate, and a member of The Society of Professional Journalists.

Find out more about Layla and our other speakers at our next event, Latinos in Social Media.

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