Mónica Marie Zorrilla

Mónica Marie Zorrilla

Breaking News Reporter
Mónica is a breaking news reporter at Adweek, based in Minneapolis, Minn. She previously served as a full-time reporter for Billy Penn and AL DÍA News Media in Philadelphia, focusing primarily on local weirdness and Latino culture. Mónica is a Miami native shivering in Minnesota.

Diageo Names New CMO and North American President

Debra Crew will be appointed president, Diageo NA, effective July 1. Cristina Diezhandino will be promoted to CMO, also effective July 1.

How Wedding Brands Are Helping Distressed Couples Amid COVID-19 Cancellations

Social distancing and travel bans have radically altered wedding plans, causing wedding brands to shift gears on business operations.

What Brands Are Communicating to Customers in Emails About COVID-19

We found some common themes in the coronavirus emails you've been receiving from companies this past week.

ANA Report Shows Payment Terms for Marketing Services Increased in 2019

ANA's study found that payment terms in 2019 for a wide range of marketing services were either extended or kept the same.

From Social Media at CNN to Editor in Chief at Glamour, Samantha Barry Remains a Storyteller

Glamour’s editor in chief Samantha Barry wants to continue the brand's almost-century-long tradition of telling women's stories.

Yes, Shell Is Changing Its Name to She’ll for Women’s Day (But Only at 1 Station)

The move sparked mockery on Twitter and even accusations of a hoax.

Rent the Runway Promotes Gabby Etrog Cohen to Newly Created Chief Brand Officer Role

Gabby Etrog Cohen has been working as the brand's svp, brand, communications and business development since October 2018.

Susan Larkin Will Succeed Weezie Kramer as Entercom’s COO

After 20 years with Entercom, radio vet Weezie Kramer is stepping down from her role as COO and will join the company's board of directors.

Live Updates: Tracking How Coronavirus Is Impacting Brands and Agencies

An updated list of cancellations, delays and brand policies in response to COVID-19.

Only 3 of 11 Top Fast-Food Chains Grew Earnings in 2019 Q4

Many of the most prominent quick service chains saw a weaker Q4 in 2019, with a 3% decrease from Q3 2019.