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Georgina Castanon

CEO & Co-Founder, Walk and Explore

New York City

Georgina Castanon is the CEO and Co-Founder of award-winning Walk and Explore, helping governments and companies create Intelligent Experiences to WOW citizens and clients. She has 20 years of experience in high technology, specializing in marketing innovative technologies. The scope of her expertise and experience covers a broad spectrum: corporate brand management, product marketing, digitally driven customer engagement, and demand creation. She is an experienced leader who has delivered results in globally recognized technology leaders as well than in innovative startup.

Before founding Walk and Explore, she served in a variety of marketing and partner roles at IBM. After her tenure at IBM, she went back to her Computer Engineering roots, coded a prototype, and partnered with her Artificial Intelligence college teacher to make high-end technology easy to use and accessible to all sizes of companies. Georgina is an international speaker who has presented multiple countries including the United Nations. Her photography has been published by CNN and has won several photography awards by New York City cultural organizations. At FITUR (one of the most prestigious Tourism authorities globally) her product “Walk and Explore New York” obtained the highest recognition for technology in Tourism with the 2017 AppTourism Award as the Best International Destination App in the World. She holds a Computer Engineer Software degree from the Tecnologico de Monterrey in Mexico, is Professional Photographer, and a Licensed New York City Tour Guide.

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