Libby Juliá-Vázquez is a communications professional specializing in writing, editing, and social media, as well as web content creation and strategy.
As former Chief Content Officer for Being Latino, Inc. she oversaw all aspects of the online magazine’s strategic direction, including content and partnerships. Blending her online magazine and communications experience with 10+ years in higher education, she is now developing the curriculum for and facilitating workshops in writing, blogging, and social media branding among others, as well as providing professional guidance to emerging bloggers and non-profits such as Las Fotos Project.
Libby has been named a Latina social media influencer, and was a 2013 nominee for the Social Revolución Award in The Mobilizer category for her work in online community organizing. A passionate community activist, she currently serves as Volunteer Leader with Chicago Cares, she advocates for her Chicago community by telling its positive stories through her Our Humboldt Park blog, and has also served as a mentor, tutor, and trainer with programs such as the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and the Boys & Girls Club.
Her personal blog, Moments in My Head, chronicles her life, thoughts, and other passions, which include singing, dancing, traveling, photography, and sports.
A self-proclaimed gypsy, Libby has lived in New York, Puerto Rico, and Utah, and now resides in Chicago.