Hi, I’m Zamawa, a marketing strategist and entrepreneur intent on making a difference. I started Flowetik to help leaders of social enterprises, nonprofits and small businesses grow and scale their missions through smart, practical brand marketing. I’ve dedicated my professional life to working with clients whose missions I’m passionate about in health care, public health, education, workforce and economic development.
Prior to founding Flowetik, I spent 20 years as co-owner of Argus, a full-service marketing and branding agency doing work that matters.
I came to the U.S. over two decades ago after successful stints in journalism, PR, and cable broadcasting in my native Venezuela. Upon completing a Masters at Boston University, I was faced with the choice of going back home or continuing my career in the States. I would stay, I decided, only if I could do work that had meaningful impact. That commitment has guided me ever since. I began by launching Eurocinema, the first international pay-per-view movie service on the internet in the late nineties. Long before Netflix or Hulu or Paypal, we were streaming art-house films online. Skeptics questioned whether a service like that could ever work. History proved them wrong.
Outside of work, I volunteer my time as a trustee of the Boston Public Library and serve on the boards of the Boston Foundation, Boston Chamber of Commerce, and Eastern Bank. I’m also proud to be a founding member of the Latino Equity Fund. I was appointed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker to serve on the State MassHire workforce development board where I served as Co-Chair of the Youth Workforce Committee.
What I enjoy: a mindful yoga practice, sunny beach days, and discovering flow.