Adriana Cisneros is CEO of Cisneros, a third generation family owned and operated business with a global footprint and operations in Latin America and the United States. The company has three areas of focus: Media, Interactive and Real Estate.
Cisneros Media manages Venevision, Venezuela’s leading TV network as well as a variety of cable channels with 25 million subscribers in Latin America and the US. Through Cisneros Media Distribution, Cisneros Media produces content that is distributed in over 100 countries and in 12 languages. Mobius.Labs Productions is Cisneros Media’s newest content business division that anticipates market trends and delivers tailor-made, cutting-edge creative imagery programming formats. Cisneros Interactive is a leading digital ad network for mobile, online and audio serving the US Hispanic market and Latin America through Adsmovil, Redmas and AudioAd and most recently the representation for Facebook in a select number of countries in Latin America. Cisneros Real Estate develops high-end, sustainable resorts with current projects in the Dominican Republic.
Adriana is President of the Fundación Cisneros, a not-for-profit organization, dedicated to improving education in Latin America.
Adriana is Co-chair of Endeavor Miami, an organization that promotes high impact entrepreneurship. She is a Director and Executive Committee Board Member of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences (International Emmy’s) and a Trustee of the Paley Center for Media. Adriana is on the board of MoMA PS1 and MoMA’s Latin American acquisitions committee. Adriana is a member of the Citibank Private Bank Latin American Advisory Board as well as an Advisory Board Member of Wyncode.
Adriana holds a BA from Columbia University (2002) and a Master’s Degree in journalism from New York University (2005). Adriana is a Henry Crown Fellow, a Term Member at the Council of Foreign Relations and also a graduate of Harvard Business School’s Program for Leadership Development (PLD – 2010).
Adriana was born in Caracas, Venezuela. She lived in New York for 15 years and currently resides in Miami Beach, Florida with her husband and two children. She enjoys long distance sports such as swimming, trekking and back country skiing.