Hometown: Key Biscayne, Florida
Degree Earned: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Specializations: Organizational Psychology & Development; Marketing
Graduation: May 2011
American InterContinental University (AIU) Online is proud to announce that Felipe Aguiar was named the latest recipient of the AIU Distinguished Alumnus Award at the Fall 2012 graduation ceremony at Navy Pier in Chicago, Illinois.
Mr. Felipe Aguiar maintains well over a decade's worth of strategic planning experience in the areas of, marketing, brand development, business management, advertisement, public relations and communications; helping companies effectuate maximum profitability and brand equity.
An expert in ideating synergy monetization strategies, his skills also include; strong planning, strategic vision & market analysis; powerful knowledge of brand development, brand equity growth, and brand centered mergers & acquisitions for professional service firms; qualitative & quantitative analysis capabilities for maximization of efficiencies & productivity improvements; and the dynamic capacity to design and effectuate organizational change processes as they relate to marketing, business development, and communications.
He has been fortunate enough to have worked with both national and international organizations and government entities throughout his career - presenting to heads of state and local communities alike. Mr. Aguiar has been featured in multiple industry publications throughout his career, and has also served as a contributing writer to the ZweigWhite Marketing Letter, the nation’s leading marketing resource publication for the A/E/C industry.
Mr. Aguiar holds a Masters in Business Administration from American InterContinental University, with concentrations in Organizational Psychology and Development, as well as Marketing. Born in Havana, Cuba in 1977 and immigrating to the U.S. in 1979, he currently resides in Key Biscayne, Florida with his wife and three children.
American InterContinental University cannot guarantee employment, salary, or career advancement. The experience of this alumnus may not be representative of all students.