Adam Berke has the responsibility of marketing AdRoll to other marketers. He oversees all aspects of marketing, including performance advertising, product marketing, and developing AdRoll's brand.
Allison Tseng's love of marketing began with the six years she spent at Nickelodeon. She eventually traded in her Uggs for flip flops and moved to California to work for DreamWorks Animation.
Amanda Russell is responsible for global partner marketing and driving incremental revenue through Red Hat's cloud partners such as AWS, Azure, and Google in the North America, LATAM, Asia-Pacific, and EMEA regions.
Antonio Tomarchio is founder and CEO of Cuebiq, a next-generation business intelligence company that helps businesses understand consumers' offline behavior and purchase intent.
B.J. Boling, Senior manager, communications for strategic pursuits, Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems
B.J. Boling learned storytelling in a plastic lawn chair under a magnolia tree next to a three-legged dog named Lucky.
Dan LaCivita brings more than a decade of experience to his role as CEO of Firstborn, an award-winning strategic design and technology company headquartered in New York City.
Daniel Oakins currently leads all publisher technology operations at global keyword data provider Grapeshot and is responsible for the growth of the business.
Irene Tserkovny has 20 years of marketing and product development experience across eight different industries. She is responsible for product development, product management, and operations at Docurated.
A true West Coast girl at heart, Jasmin Malone was born and raised in sunny Southern California, but has conceded that Washington, DC, is now her home.
Jonathan Lacoste is the 23-year-old president and cofounder of Jebbit, a machine-learning mobile software company started in a college dorm room in 2011
Kim Lewis spearheads the award-winning omnichannel marketing group at Golfsmith International, ensuring a seamless brand experience across all customer touchpoints for the largest specialty golf retailer in the world.
As current director of product marketing for Yahoo, Marissa Bataille Daly leads marketing for the sports and finance properties including strategy, research, positioning, CRM, and brand management.
Natalie Travaglione has more than 10 years experience developing and driving go-to-market strategies for technology platforms and analytical tools in the financial information, regulatory compliance, and marketing technology industries.
Nidhi Gupta began her career at Nestlé, where she grew its culinary and confectionery international business multifold. After a stint at TiE Silicon Valley, Gupta joined Western Union, a leader in global payment services.
Ryan Schulke cofounded Fluent with longtime friend Matt Conlin. Schulke is responsible for Fluent's corporate vision and strategy and expanding its leadership in the ad technology space.
Before cofounding Terminus, a software-as-a-service platform for account-based marketing, Vajre led the marketing team at Pardot through its acquisition by ExactTarget and then Salesforce.
When major brands, networks, and tech companies are looking to make an impact and engage with their target audience, they call CEO Shanté Bacon of 135th Street Agency.
Sipra Thakur heads up the digital marketing department at Imax, where she works with her team to create integrated campaigns, identify new areas of growth, and establish strategic partnerships to increase avenues of revenue and marketing impressions.
Steve Froehlich is a lifelong nonprofit fundraiser who leads a team responsible for $530 million in annual revenue for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
Thomas Mitchell is a hands-on analytics leader with an extensive technical background in applied analytics and business reporting across a variety of platforms and industries.
2015 40 Under 40
2014 40 Under 40
Recipients of the Direct Marketing News 2014 40 Under 40 Awards represent the most accomplished young talent in marketing.
DMN's 2014 40 Under 40 Award winners discuss how their very first job make an impact on their marketing career.
2013 40 Under 40
Here are 40 winning marketers who do. Meet the winners of the 2013 Direct Marketing News 40 Under 40 Awards.
The winners of the DMN's 2013 40 Under 40 Awards let nothing stand in the way of their success. Reading about the positive attitudes behind their great successes left me energized and inspired. I'm certain it will do the same for you.
If you're looking for some apps-piration, check out the list below for a few of our 2013 40 Under 40 winners' faves.
What would you be doing if you weren't doing marketing? It's a tantalizing question and the 2013 40 Under 40 winners have some meaty answers.
What's the best thing a customer ever said to you? A few of the 2013 Direct Marketing News 40 Under 40 winners share their stories. (Hint: Their clients love them.)
Carrie Chitsey, CEO of BLK24, was named one of the 2013 Direct Marketing News 40 Under 40 winners—but that doesn't mean she's going to sit on her laurels.
There's a perception right now that data and creativity are at odds in the marketing world—but according to Slavi Samardzija, chief analytics officer for KBM Group and Wunderman, the perception is not the reality.
The 2013 Direct Marketing News 40 Under 40 winner talks leadership, data, and new marketing skill sets.
What's the most overrated or underrated trend you're seeing right now? Direct Marketing News catches up with a few of the 2013 40 Under 40 winners.
Four of our 40 Under 40 winners define what success means to them.
Everyone has to start somewhere. The 2013 DMN 40 Under 40 winners dish on their first-ever jobs—everything form pizza delivery to professional skiing.
40 marketing luminaries rise to the top as among the most accomplished young talent in marketing.
A list of 40 awesome things about marketing in honor of the 40 awesome winners of the 2013 40 Under 40 Awards.