Miguel Ferrer is the Managing Editor of HuffPost Black Voices, HuffPost LatinoVoices and HuffPost Voces, successor to AOL Latino, the leading online destination for bicultural U.S. Hispanics.
In this role, Ferrer is responsible for overseeing the editorial teams and content across these three verticals, as well as driving media and content partnerships to serve the sites' audiences.
Ferrer previously served as General Manager of AOL Latino, having joined the company as Director of Programming, AOL Latino, in early 2007.
Prior to that, Ferrer worked at People en Español where he served as the magazine’s Business Development Manager, responsible for creating and executing digital media opportunities for the magazine’s premier franchises.
He has also served as the President and Founder of Axexo Corp., an online community platform for entertainment content and marketing, and was also the founder of A Konshus Moment, Inc., a boutique public relations, marketing and artist promotion firm.
Earlier in his career, Ferrer served as head of International Marketing Development for Warner Music Brazil and Senior Marketing Manager of Latin America Region for Warner Music International in New York.
Originally from Puerto Rico, and a graduate of Cornell University and Baruch College's Zicklin School of Business, Ferrer currently resides in New York City with his wife and son.