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Napoleón                    Beraza

Napoleón                    Beraza


Everyone has a secret they haven't shared... 


A past no one's heard about... 


Talents that people don't notice... 


Weaknesses hidden inside... 


A story left untold...


So never judge someone thinking you know him or her back to front. Because the truth is, you don't.

Napoleon Beraza is one of the most important independent consultants in marketing, advertising and media.


Born in Mexico City, Mr. Beraza has more than 35 years of experience in the media industry; 25 of those years in the U.S. General and Hispanic Market.


Graduated from the Metropolitan University in Mexico City with a Bachelor of Sciences in Techniques of Communication, has also studied at the Fine Arts Academy of Mexico (Bachelor of Arts) and Kuenster Brothers, CA (Animation).


After years of working in the Mexican media for Televisa, Protele, and Telerrey, among others, and collaborating on projects such as a documentary with Jacques-Yves Cousteau, the adaptation for the Latin American version of Sesame Street and organizing the Earth Day Celebration for the United Nations Organization, Napoleon moved to Orange County California in 1991 to launch the first Spanish-language talk radio station in the U.S.  


In 1993 went to work in the creative/production department of the International Advertising Agency; BBDO, working on several national accounts including; Pepsi, Apple Macintosh, Dodge, Pizza Hut, The Broadway Stores, American Cancer Society, Southern California Cable, Yoshinoya restaurants, and many more.  


In 1997 was charged with the launching of the News Department for the Spanish language TV station, KWHY (Channel 22 in Los Angeles), taking the news department from 0 to 11 weekly hours of news in just 3 years.  


Napoleon has also worked as Executive Producer for the largest Hispanic TV networks in U.S.; Telemundo and Univision, and has been awarded for his media work by The World Wildlife Fund, The Cousteau Society, and The California State Commission of Human Rights.


Has been multi-nominated for the EMMY Award and teams under his direction have won more than 20 EMMY Awards, has been recognized for his Documentary Works by the Arizona's Office of the Governor, and is the author/Illustrator of 12 books about education & environmental issues.  

He is the founder/President of "No Plan B, Failure is not an option" and maintains consulting services for several clients.

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