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Esperanza Moreno

Spain, United Kingdom
English, Spanish
Climate Change, Disability Rights, LGBTQIA+, Health/Healthcare, Education, Refugee Crisis and Immigration, Economic Injustice, Democracy, Power & Governance, Technology & Data, Human Rights
Impact Producing, Consulting, Impact Strategist/Advisor, Campaign Implementation, Designing impact guides, Alternative Distribution, Mentorship, Training
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Esperanza Moreno - UK/Spain Impact Producer, Operations, Marketing & Communications Specialist Esperanza (she/her) works as an impact producer, campaign and operations manager, audience development and marketing and communications strategist. She started her career in film at the Chicago Latino Film Festival in 2009-2010 working in print traffic, programming, communications and marketing. After obtaining a Masters of Journalism and Master of International Relations at Monash University (Australia) in 2012, she co-founded the pioneering Spanish theatrical on demand platform, Youfeelm, where she led on the distribution and impact campaigns for documentaries like “Born in Syria” (Hernan Zin) or “Life in Flames” (Manuel H. Martin), amongst others. Espe has also worked at Together Films as their Digital Manager and Campaign Coordinator, with clients including the Human Rights Watch Film Festival and Patagonia and projects such as “Unrest”, directed by Jennifer Brea. Espe’s passion for social justice, health and advocacy has been instrumental throughout her career, leading her to work as UK Coordinator for #MEAction from 2018. Espe has also worked with Little by Little Films and FWD-Doc on impact and digital accessibility & inclusivity recommendations for the industry. Espe is currently working as Operations Manager at the Cambridge Film Festival.