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Regis alum nominated to Annual General Meeting Directors for Bahamas realty projectNovember 26, 2012
Stanja Seivright has managed campaigns and strategic advertising programs for some of the world’s largest multinational organizations. She started off in advertising working for Grey Jamaica (Grimax Advertising Ltd.) leading account teams in the region on the Procter & Gamble, American Airlines, and McDonald’s businesses.
After Grey, Stanja spent two years at MTV Networks in New York as Advertising Manager for Nickelodeon where she managed and executed Nickelodeon’s biggest brand initiative to date “Nick Nation”. She was later appointed task force leader for the network’s re-launch of “Nick at Nite” and the formal presentation to the New York media community.
Stanja’s bilingual capabilities then took her to lead overall strategy and creative development for multicultural advertising programs on the Verizon Wireless and Johnson & Johnson accounts on behalf of Inter Public Group’s multicultural agency in New York. While there, she was promoted to VP, Group Account Director-Hispanic Initiatives.
After leaving New York she headed to Miami to lead strategic development and execution of Hispanic customer acquisition and retention programs on the Bellsouth and Nestle accounts for French advertising group-Publicis. After marriage and two children, she relocated with her family to The Bahamas following her husband’s career with the hotel chain Sandals.
Fluent in French and Spanish, Stanja holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in French with a minor in Spanish and International Relations from Regis College in Massachusetts. Stanja has taught French at Tambearly School and is the local volunteer coordinator for the annual Bahamas Trike-A-Thon event for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, held for the past 2 years at Sandyport.