Getting cheesy with the 40 under 40

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It's a burning question: If you were a cheese, what kind of cheese would you be?

The Direct Marketing News 40 under 40 had a tasty variety of answers—everything from Cheez Whiz to Camembert.

On camera in order of their cheese-tastic confessions:

  • Jordan Bitterman, SVP and social marketing practice lead, Digitas
  • Audrey Berger, Principal, Richards Relationship Marketing (The Richards Group)
  • Eric Pakurar, Executive director, head of strategy, G2 USA
  • Jenny Vance, President, LeadJen
  • Aaron Goldman, CMO, Kenshoo
  • Avi Savar, Founder and chief creative officer, Big Fuel
  • Nili Doft, Senior director, direct and digital marketing, National Hockey League
  • Brendan McKenna, Creative Director, Ryan Partnership
  • Jessica Kernan,Chief strategy officer, RAPP
  • Jason Tabeling, Partner, business unit leaders, search and media, Rosetta
  • Paul Elliott, Managing partner, retail & consumer products, Rosetta
  • Katherine Black, SVP, dunnhumbyUSA
  • Zihla Salinas, Chief development officer, U.S., RAPP
  • Pete Deutschman, Founder and CEO, The Buddy Group
  • Marc Ginsburg, EVP of merchant services, Cardlytics
  • Angel Morales, Founder and chief innovation officer, Smarter Remarketer
  • Alex Mahernia, Managing partner and executive creative director, North America, Rosetta
Read more about the 40 under 40 bunch.
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