From left: Abdul Muhammad ll, vice president of digital development; Lisa Ross, president partner, RBB; Rafael Sangiovanni, digital producer; Mathew Strelitz, digital strategist, and Allison Lee, digital project manager. They are communicating via Skype with an employee who is working from home.
From left: Abdul Muhammad ll, vice president of digital development; Lisa Ross, president partner, RBB; Rafael Sangiovanni, digital producer; Mathew Strelitz, digital strategist, and Allison Lee, digital project manager. They are communicating via Skype with an employee who is working from home. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@elnuevoherald.com
From left: Abdul Muhammad ll, vice president of digital development; Lisa Ross, president partner, RBB; Rafael Sangiovanni, digital producer; Mathew Strelitz, digital strategist, and Allison Lee, digital project manager. They are communicating via Skype with an employee who is working from home. Roberto Koltun rkoltun@elnuevoherald.com

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