Nicole Ortiz

Nicole Ortiz

Senior Editor, Opinions and Trends
Nicole Ortiz is a senior editor, opinions and trends at Adweek. She oversees all opinion pieces and manages the Trending section in the magazine. Nicole also helps lead newsroom initiatives on diversity and inclusion and SEO. Nicole previously served as the managing editor for Best Lawyers magazine.

Adweek’s Podcast Talks Women’s History Month and the Latest Coronavirus Updates

Yeah, That's Probably an ad talks Women's History Month and COVID-19 struggles.

How DJ Khaled Has Made Confidence a Brand—and a Formula for Outsize Success

DJ Khaled talks about the brand he's created for himself and what he plans to do in the coming year.

Adweek Podcast: Black History Month Edition

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad spoke with five industry execs about Black History Month-themed op-eds they've written for us.

How the 2020 Presidential Frontrunners Are Using Music as a Marketing Tool

Each 2020 presidential candidate is using music to craft an audio strategy across playlists, rallies and television spots.

Voices of the Super Bowl

Guest opinion contributors share insights and advice around the Big Game.

The 10 Most Popular Op-eds We Published in 2019

A look at the 10 most popular opinion articles we ran in 2019.

Tamara Littleton Is Passionate About Helping Brands Have a Human Connection

Ensuring her agency is inclusive and her clients have a message that matches their values.

On the Adweek Podcast: Analyzing the Highs and Lows This Hispanic Heritage Month

Some stereotypes persist, but there has certainly been progress.

How One Creative Is Facilitating More Opportunities for Women in Advertising

Laura Visco is changing the narrative, one invisible talent at a time.

The Sandlot’s Patrick Renna Is Back to School Us Once Again on Making S’mores

Yes, his WorldMark timeshare ad includes a 'You're killing me, Smalls' reference.