An expert in communications, branding and event management, Corinne Estrada founded Paris-based international communications agency Agenda in 1995 and Agenda Pacific in Sydney in 2013.
For over 20 years, Corinne has managed international communications for major museums, art spaces and tourist destinations across Europe. She has advised international organisations such as Tate, Fundacion Mapfre, the V&A, The National Gallery, London and Guggenheim Bilbao on their communications strategies and global positioning. She has built an extensive network of cultural and corporate professionals across the world.
In 2000 Corinne co-founded Communicating the Museum, the world leading event for arts communications professionals. Corinne is also founder of IDCA, International Design Communication Awards (formerly IMCA, International Museum Communication Awards) and Culture Business, a conference focusing on sponsorship.
In 2011, Corinne was appointed to train 150 art organisations in Estonia and Oaxaca (Mexico) about international strategies and branding. Since 2012, Corinne has been teaching Master students in communications management at the CELSA University, Paris-Sorbonne.
Trilingual in English, French and Spanish, Corinne holds an MBA in marketing from Pace University, New York (1988). From 1986 – 1989 Corinne worked in New York as Group Coordinator for international travel group Carlson Wagonlits and in the ticketing industry in London.