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2019 Marketing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony
April 16th at 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
AMA New York invites you to the 2019 Marketing Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on April 16th!
Join us as we induct industry thought leaders and experts who have changed the way we practice marketing today. The ceremony will begin with cocktails and food, followed by presentations from our illustrious inductees. They’ll share insights from their exciting careers and most notable successes. Attendees will have a rare glimpse into each inductee’s view of how marketing will evolve in the future.
The 2018 Marketing Hall of Fame Inductees:
Wendy Clark, Chief Executive Officer, DDB Worldwide
Ann Lewnes, Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Adobe
Keith Weed, Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Unilever
Featuring Keynote Speaker:
Bob Liodice, Chief Executive Officer, Association of National Advertisers
Induction Ceremony Ticket Pricing:
Early Bird Tickets- Available until March 19th $115 – Early Bird: General Attendee $85 – Early Bird: Current Member of AMA New York
Full-Priced Ticket – Available until April 12th
$125 – General Attendee
$95 – Current Member of AMA New York
Hors d’ Oeuvres and drinks during each of the two cocktail portions of the evening
AS A REQUIREMENT: ALL ATTENDEES MUST BE PRE-REGISTERED ON OR BEFORE April 12TH. COCKTAIL ATTIRE IS SUGGESTED.
ABOUT THE MARKETING HALL OF FAME
The Marketing Hall of Fame is the only award which recognizes individual marketers (not companies or campaigns) who have made outstanding contributions to the field of marketing. Be they:
- Corporate CMOs or VPs of Marketing
- Agency marketers: advertising, branding, research etc.
- Or, academics, journalists, and other marketing experts
Nominees must have been in the marketing profession for at least 10 years and be a current marketing practitioner. Please visit MarketingHallofFame.org to read more about the inductee selection process.
About Wendy Clark
Wendy was named CEO for DDB Worldwide in February 2018, leading 200 offices in 100 countries and more than 11,500 associates globally, following her successful tenure leading a turnaround as CEO of DDB North America. In her three years at the agency, Wendy has launched DDB Flex, the bespoke, cross-agency model customized for DDB’s clients’ businesses. She has also driven a renewed sense of new business winning helping to land over 32 pitch wins, including Volkswagen, McDonald’s, Johnson & Johnson, AT&T, Kellogg’s, Miller Lite and the U.S. Army, to name a few. Read more about Wendy and the other inductees here.
About Ann Lewnes
Creativity is only half the equation, as under Ann’s leadership, Adobe’s marketing organization led the shift to digital marketing long before it became the norm, setting the template for marketing’s strategic impact on business. Today, Ann is once again pioneering a new category — the evolution of digital marketing to customer experience management — creating end-to-end experiences across every marketing channel by harnessing the power of creativity, comprehensive customer data, new media, and community to drive next-level customer experiences at scale.
About Keith Weed
As Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Keith Weed is a member of the Unilever Executive and responsible for the Marketing, Communications and Sustainable Business. He has held this role since 2010.
Leading the creation of the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan, Keith has been pioneering new ways of integrating sustainability into the business as a key driver of growth. His responsibilities align with Unilever’s vision to grow the business while reducing its environmental footprint and increasing its positive social impact.
About Bob Liodice
Bob Liodice is chief executive officer of the ANA. He previously served as executive vice president, responsible for member relations and business development with a primary focus on strengthening relationships with ANA member companies and broadening the membership base. Bob joined the ANA as senior vice president in 1995.
Prior to the ANA, he was vice president of global marketing and sales for Grupo Televisa, a major worldwide broadcaster. His previous experience includes more than 15 years in marketing and financial management at Kraft General Foods and tenure as category marketing manager for the Jell-O and Bakers brands.