Leo Pardo

Health North
550 N 3rd Street
Digital Marketing Manager
University Staff
DTPHX Campus

Student Information

Undergraduate Student
Digital Audiences
Cronkite School-Journ/MassComm


Leo Pardo is a higher education marketer who leads web and email projects at the Arizona State University College of Health Solutions (CHS).

Prior to joining ASU, Leo worked at Texas A&M University for five years, with an additional five years in student worker positions focused on marketing and communications. His last position was Web and Information Designer at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM), where he helped develop and implement the college’s digital communications strategy. He assisted faculty, staff, and veterinary students with website development, video production, social media management, email marketing, and digital signage design. Some of his notable projects at the CVM include the redesign of college website, the redesign of the teaching hospital website, and the production of 2015 holiday video

Before working at the CVM, Leo was a Senior Computer Support Specialist in the Ecosystem Science and Management unit of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. He developed and supported a variety of online educational products, including websites, videos and continuing education webinars. The most notable project was the creation of the Plants of Texas Rangelands, a virtual herbarium used for plant identification by ranchers and landowners statewide. 

Leo grew up in the Rio Grande Valley and moved to Phoenix in the summer of 2016. He is a fur-dad to two dogs, Max and Gigi, and one cat.


Being a Change Wizard: Making Web Magic Happen While Your College Changes Strategy
October 15, 2019 � HighEdWeb 2019 Annual Conference

Work History

Arizona State University College of Health Solutions

  • Web Marketing Specialist (1/19 to present)
  • Web Content Editor (8/16 to 12/18)

Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

  • Web & Information Designer (8/14 to 8/16)
  • Website Administrator (8/12 to 8/14)

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Ecosystem Science and Management Unit

  • Senior Computer Support Specialist (8/11 to 8/12)


College of Health Solutions Executive Visioning Team (August 2018 to present)