Who: Women in Marketing

What: Brunch, networking, and an opportunity to hear from some of the most powerful women in marketing and learn how they have achieved success in their career.

Where:W Hotel
, New York City

When: March 21, 2013, 11AM - 2:30PM


DMN's 2014 Marketing Hall of Femme

Celebrating the most influential women in marketing

Friday, March 21, 2014



  Arrival and registration

Guests will arrive at the luxurious W Hotel on Lexington Avenue in NYC to register and spend time meeting the fellow delegates and honorees.
 11:00AM - 12:00PM
  Networking over champagne cocktails   

Sip on mimosas, belinis and more while you network and enjoy good conversation amongst some of the most ambitious and distinguished women in marketing.



Ginger Conlon, Editor-in-Chief welcome

12:10PM - 12:35PM

Keynote Session
: Linda Kaplan Thayer, Chairman, Publicis Kaplan Thayer                                            


12:35PM - 2:30PM

  Awards Ceremony and Brunch

Take your seats to help celebrate the women who have helped to mold the marketing industry and all of their achievements.

Honorees in attendance include:
    • Amy Bohutinsky, CMO, Zillow
    • Kathy Button Bell, VP, CMO, Emerson Electric
    • Leilani M. Brown, CMO, Starr Companies
    • Susan Cohig, SVP of Integrated Marketing, National Hockey League
    • Dorothy Dowling, SVP, Marketing & Sales, Best Western International
    • Jamie Haenggi, Chief Marketing & Customer Experience Officer, Protection 1
    • Teri Llach, CMO, Blackhawk Network
    • Kristin Lynch, CMO and VP, Brand Marketing, World Kitchen
    • Nagisa Manabe, Chief Marketing & Sales Officer, USPS
    • Stephanie Marchesi, CMO and Senior Partner, FleishmanHillard
    • Trish Mueller, SVP & CMO, The Home Depot
    • Mary Novak-Beatty, VP of Marketing and Call Center Sales, Mayflower Tours
    • Sheena Oliver, VP, Marketing, Oticon Inc.
    • Ann Sung Ruckstuhl, SVP & CMO, LiveOps

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