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
2014 Marketing Hall of Femme honorees:

Frances Allen, EVP, Chief Brand Officer, Denny's Corp.

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

Peggy Dyer, CMO, American Red Cross

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

Tricia Melton, SVP of Entertainment Marketing, TBS, TNT and Turner Classic Movies, Turner Broadcasting

Trish Mueller, SVP & CMO, The Home Depot

Karen Quintos, SVP & CMO, Dell Inc.

Mary Novak-Beatty, VP of Marketing and Call Center Sales, Mayflower Tours

Sheena Oliver, VP, Marketing, Oticon Inc.

Ann Sung Ruckstuhl, SVP & CMO, LiveOps



The inaugural Marketing Hall of Femme in 2013 honorees:

Lisa Arthur, CMO, Aprimo

Rebecca Baker, CMO, Alvarez & Marsal

Emma Carrasco, CMO, NPR

Joan Chow, EVP, CMO, ConAgra Foods

Beth Comstock, SVP & CMO, GE

Lauren Crampsie, CMO, Ogilvy & Mather

Vicky Free, CMO, BET Networks

Anne Globe, CMO, Dreamworks Animation

Leontyne Green Sykes, CMO, IKEA

Denise Incandela, President, Saks Direct, CMO, Saks

Mariann McDonagh, CMO, inContact

Richelle Parham, CMO, eBay  Martine Reardon, CMO, Macy's

Susan Thronson, SVP, Global Marketing, Marriott

Trish Wheaton, CMO, Wunderman


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