Garcia guides ESPN Deportes on a day-to-day basis in all areas, including programming, sales and marketing. A big accomplishment over the past year was airing the 2015 Pan American Games live from Toronto. A recognized industry leader, Garcia currently serves on the board of NAMIC, Lighthouse International and the Hispanic Foundation. “Cable can better support diversity by being relentless in looking for the best and the brightest from all walks of life, and externally by supporting organizations such as NAMIC and the Walter Kaitz Foundation,” Garcia says.

What’s your biggest professional accomplishment in the past 12 months?

Successfully airing the 2015 Pan American Games live from Toronto with over 200 hours of world class competition from the best athletes in Latin America, the US, Caribbean and Canada.

Best business advice you’ve received?

Culture beats strategy more often than you might think

How do you define diversity?

Diversity is not having to say you’re sorry because you didn’t have a wide enough perspective in your decision making

How can cable better support diversity?

Cable can better support diversity internally by being relentless in looking for the best and the brightest from all walks of life, and externally by supporting organizations such as NAMIC and the Walter Kaitz Foundation

How do you define success?

Success for me is fulfillment and balance in life with very few regrets.  In business it’s achievement at the highest level in your given profession.

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