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Keith
Weed

In June of 2017, Keith Weed was named the world’s most influential CMO by Forbes. In 2010, Keith was appointed CMO & CCO at Unilever and previously served as EVP, Global Home Care & Hygiene division and as Chairman of Lever Faberge. Since becoming CMO & CCO, He has pioneered new, groundbreaking ways of integrating sustainability in business and has led the creation of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan that seeks to grow the business while reducing its environmental footprint and increasing its social impact. Keith is a fellow of The Marketing Society, a fellow of the Institute of Mechanical […]

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Weed

Lorraine
Twohill

Lorraine Twohill was Google’s first marketer hired outside the US and for the past 8 years has led marketing at Google, during this time building Google into one of the world’s most valuable brands. Under Lorraine’s leadership, Google went from doing almost no traditional advertising to launching the first Google smartphone and first TV ad. She developed the in-house agency Creative Lab, which has developed campaigns for Google Glass and Chrome and has built out marketing teams in 40 countries. Focused relentlessly on the consumer experience, her philosophy is “…know the user, know the magic and connect the two.”

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Twohill

Marty
St. George

Marty St. George is EVP Commercial & Planning at JetBlue. Under his leadership as SVP Marketing, JetBlue has made savvy moves to be successful in a tough market. They pioneered the use of social media – in 2007 after a blizzard led to operational challenges, his team used social media to inform, engage, distribute, and collect info quickly. Outspent by traditional, larger airlines, and focused on a young and hip core audience, JetBlue places almost half of their media in digital, launching innovative programs such as the “Get Away with It” Skype-based online game and the “All You Can Jet” […]

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St. George

Byron
Sharp

Born in New Zealand, Byron Sharp obtained his Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing at the University of Auckland, his Master of Business by Research at the University of South Australia, and Ph.D. from the University of Adelaide. Byron is currently a Professor of Marketing Science and the Director of the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute at the University of South Australia. Byron has published over 100 academic papers and has been regarded as one of the best minds in marketing thinking. His book How Brands Grow has influenced the world of marketing and his research has been adopted by clients around the world, […]

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Sharp

Phil
Schiller

Since rejoining Apple in April 1997, Phil Schiller worked alongside Steve Jobs and the executive team to resurrect the company and now reports to CEO Tim Cook. As the longtime SVP, Worldwide Marketing, Phil has led the global launch of countless Apple products including the iMac, iBook, PowerBook G4, iPod, Mac OS X, iTunes, the iPhone, the App Store, and the iPad. In the process, he has helped to reshape computing, the music industry, mobile communications, and the customer experience with technology. Phil is credited with coming up with the idea for the original iPod’s click wheel interface. Prior to […]

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Schiller

Jim
Sabia

Jim Sabia serves as the EVP & CMO of Crown Imports and served as its EVP of marketing since January 2009. He is responsible for overseeing all marketing functions for the beer portfolio which includes Corona Extra, Modelo Especial, Pacifico, Negra Modelo, among others. Jim previously led marketing efforts for two years at Constellation Spirits and had a 17-year career with Molson Coors Brewing Company where he was responsible for the U.S. marketing of the Coors Light and Coors Banquet brands. He holds an MBA in Marketing Strategy from Regis University and a BBA in Marketing from Iona College.

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Sabia

Tony
Rogers 

Tony Rogers is a young marketing leader who is leading the charge for one of the world’s largest corporations: Walmart. While at PepsiCo, Tony worked on their Walmart customer team. Tony then joined Walmart in 2005 and quickly made an impact on the company’s advertising, multicultural marketing activities, and overall brand identity. He served for a time as CMO for Walmart China, where his responsibilities included traditional, digital, and social media marketing efforts. Currently, Tony is the SVP and CMO of Walmart U.S., where he is responsible for customer research, strategy, program development, branding, and customer communications. Tony holds […]

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Rogers 

Andrew
Robertson 

Andrew Robertson has been President & CEO of BBDO Worldwide since June 2004, where he leads over 15,000 people working in more than 80 countries for more than 200 clients, including companies such as PepsiCo, Mars, and Johnson & Johnson. Andrew was born in Zimbabwe, educated in South Africa and earned a degree in economics from The City of London University. In 1982, he began his advertising career at Ogilvy and Mather London, moved to J. Walter Thompson, and became CEO of a top 15 agency in London, WCRS, at the age of 29. He is the youngest-ever CEO to […]

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Robertson 

Karen
Quintos 

As a leader in marketing technology, Karen Quintos was named Dell’s Chief Customer Officer in September of 2017. Previously, Karen served as the company’s SVP & CMO for six years. During her time at Dell, Karen has helped invest more than $1B into new solutions and service capabilities and founded Dell’s Women in Search of Excellence (WISE) employee resource group, where she mentors women in the tech space. She was listed among the most influential CMOs in the world by Forbes and named ‘Mother of the Year’ by Working Mother magazine in 2012. Karen holds a master’s in international business […]

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Quintos 

Marc
Pritchard

Since 2014, Marc Pritchard has led Procter & Gamble’s global marketing and media strategy as the company’s Chief Brand Officer. In his role, Marc sets the strategies to guide the communications of more than 300 brands worldwide. Joining the company as a Cost Analyst in the Paper Division in 1982, Marc has become a veteran at P&G and has been a recognized beauty industry leader at the Personal Care Products Council for the past 12 years. Marc is a graduate of Indiana University and is an Oakland, California native.

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Pritchard