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Alina Quintana, production manager, possesses more than 15 years of experience in media buying, marketing and production.

Prior to joining the Bitner team, Alina worked as a production assistant for a television communications firm in Boca Raton, Fla. It was here that she learned the ins and outs of the production industry and sharpened her skills in the field, including the use of editing equipment and the teleprompter, in addition to gaining much insight on media planning and buying.

Alina has been an integral part of the Bitner team for many years, and, has been responsible for overseeing the media placement, coordination and outreach for many of the agency’s prominent clients such as the Seminole Tribe of Florida and Seminole Hard Rock Hotels & Casinos. She has also been instrumental in utilizing her production expertise to assist in creating cutting-edge, innovative marketing plans.

Alina also manages client media databases, distributes media materials, and compiles media results using a variety of media monitoring tools.

Originally from Queens, N.Y., Alina attended St. Johns University and Queensborough Community College where she majored in fine arts with a minor in psychology. Alina arrived in Florida in 1997 and lives in Pompano Beach.

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