Welcome to the 14th Edition of Advertising Week

For one week, from September 25 – 29, 2017, the brightest leaders from the marketing and entertainment industry will join together in New York to share their visions, passions, and practices at Advertising Week. From seminars and workshops led by some of the greatest minds in the industry by day, to world class entertainment in some of New York’s most iconic venues by night – Advertising Week’s roster of events is like no other.

Seminars & Workshops
Advertising Week’s daytime thought leadership program is filled with over 270 seminars and workshops covering the industry’s most important topics. From innovations in technology to creative storytelling and data, our program is built to be diverse, educational and thought provoking.

Industry leaders like Sheryl Sandberg, Arianna Huffington, Sir Martin Sorrell, Nigel Morris, Jessica Alba, Ira Glass and Lin-Manuel Miranda are just a few examples of the inspiring speakers you’ll learn from at Advertising Week.
Leadership Breakfasts
Every morning, start your day with insight and inspiration from key industry leaders at our popular Leadership Breakfast Series at iconic New York venues.

Special Events & Concerts
From music to comedy and more, Advertising Week’s evening events are legendary. With headliners like DNCE, Sting, Avicii, Outkast, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Snoop, Demi Lovato and more, our concerts are not to be missed.

Looking for a laugh? We’ve had some of comedy’s biggest names on stage for our late night series including, Amy Schumer, Trevor Noah and Jack Whitehall.
D&AD Impact Awards
In 2016, Advertising Week New York held the first ever D&AD Impact ceremony celebrating transformative, creative ideas that have had real impact and, ultimately, contribute towards a better, fairer and more sustainable future for all. The event will return for the second year at Advertising Week New York 2017.

AW Connects
End each day with a cocktail at AW Connects. Open to all delegates, this happy hour allows attendees to meet and discuss the topics of the day in a casual, fun environment.


Maryam BanikarimHyatt Hotels Corporation
Maryam Banikarim
Global CMO

Maryam Banikarim is the global Chief Marketing Officer at Hyatt Hotels Corporation. She is responsible for driving the company's individual brands and the experiences they offer online and offline while working across the organization to facilitate innovation around the guest experience. Her most important role is to be a catalyst for change – helping the company uncover its DNA and bring it to life.

Maryam’s unorthodox career began at Young & Rubicam at the dawn of the dot-com era. From there she went on to Turner Broadcasting, MacMillan Publishing, and was a lead team member for the launch of CitySearch. She then founded a designer handbag company and a thriving consulting business that provided strategic counsel to clients such as Deutsche Bank, Bacardi and Time Warner. She has served as the Chief Marketing Officer of Univision Communications, Inc. and Senior Vice President for Integrated Sales Marketing at NBC Universal. Most recently she was the first Chief Marketing Officer at the Gannett Company, responsible for national sales, company-wide marketing, communications and research.

Widely known for her boundless curiosity, ability to build dynamic teams and forge partnerships, Maryam applies her entrepreneurial talents to drive change and affect growth. Her achievements have been widely recognized: The New York Post’s “50 Most Powerful Women in NYC,” Fast Company’s “Fast Fifty” list of corporate trailblazers and trendsetters, Fast Company’s “Top 10 Disrupters,” Crain’s New York Business and Advertising Age’s “40 under 40,” Advertising Age’s “Women to Watch,” Fast Company’s “Most Creative People in Business 1000,” and most recently Adweek’s “Changing the Game” list of advertising women of New York.

Additionally, she is recognized as a Woman of Distinction by the League of Women Voters of the City of New York and was honored by the Girl Scouts Council of Greater New York. She serves on the boards of Reporters Without Borders, Columbia University’s Alumni Association, the Ad Council, Advertising Week and the Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center.

Maryam earned both her MBA and Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University, and received her undergraduate degree from Barnard College, where she was a Harry S. Truman scholar.

Maryam resides in Chicago with her husband, two teenagers and dog named Charlie.
B Bonin Bough
B Bonin Bough
Alvin BowlesFacebook
Alvin Bowles
Head of Global Publisher Sales & Ops at Facebook
Andrew CaponeNCC Media
Andrew Capone
SVP, Marketing & Business Development, NCC Media

Andrew Capone joined America’s leading cable sales and marketing representative firm, NCC Media, in 2003, and currently serves as Senior Vice President, Marketing & Business Development. In this role, Capone oversees NCC’s Strategic Business Development effort as well as Corporate and Sales Marketing, Content Development, Cable Network Relations, Corporate Communications, PR and Sales Promotions. He also launched NCC’s Multicultural, News and Sports Sales teams.

Capone has more than 25 years of experience in media sales, marketing and executive management. Prior to NCC, Capone spent 12 years rising through the ranks at NBC Television. There he held a variety of posts, including Senior VP of Marketing for the NBC Television Network, Vice President of Sales for CNBC Europe and Asia, VP Sales and Marketing for the NBC Owned and Operated Television Stations and Director of Sales at WTVJ Miami.

He has also held executive roles in digital media, including Executive Vice President of Marketing & Operations for streaming video innovator Microcast, and SVP Sales for USA Networks Interactive.

He began his career with MMT Sales and then moved to Media General Broadcasting at WFLA-TV in Tampa, FL.

Capone graduated from the University of Miami, and lives in Sea Girt, New Jersey with his wife, Cynthia, and two children.
Lynda ClarizioNielsen
Lynda Clarizio
President, U.S. Media, Nielsen
Lynda Clarizio joined Nielsen in August 2013 as President, U.S. Media. She is responsible for leading the performance of Nielsen’s Watch business in the United States, including managing the U.S. teams supporting Nielsen’s media clients across national and local television, digital and other media.

Lynda has spent the last 15 years as a successful executive in the media industry growing and scaling advertising businesses. Prior to Nielsen, she was the Executive Vice President for corporate development and operations at AppNexus, which operates one of the industry’s fastest growing platforms for the buying and selling of digital advertising through real-time bidding.

Before joining AppNexus, Lynda was CEO and President of INVISION, Inc. from 2009 through 2012. INVISION is a leading provider of multi-platform advertising solutions to the media industry.

Lynda came to INVISION after a decade long career at AOL, which she joined in 1999. Lynda served as President of AOL’s consolidated advertising businesses, then called Platform-A. She also served as President of Advertising.com, leading the industry’s largest third party online advertising network. (Advertising.com was an independent subsidiary of AOL and later became part of Platform-A.) She was the Executive Vice President of AOL’s Audience Business responsible for strategy, finance and business development. She also was AOL’s Senior Vice President for corporate strategic and financial planning and Senior Vice President for acquisitions and strategic investments.

Prior to joining AOL, Lynda was a partner in the leading Washington, DC law firm Arnold & Porter, where she practiced law from 1987 through 1999. Lynda is a recognized leader in advertising and media, having been named one of 2011’s top 100 “Tech Titans” in the Washington, DC region by The Washingtonian, one of 2009’s “25 Executives to Watch in Digital Entertainment” by Digital Media Wire, and one of 2008’s “Women to Watch” by Advertising Age. She also was selected one of 1998’s “Top 40 Lawyers Under 40” by The Washingtonian. Lynda serves as a senior industry advisor to the investment banking firm Berenson & Company and is a member of the Board of Directors of Batanga Media, Resonate and Human Rights First. She also is a member of the Leadership Council of Princeton University’s School of Engineering and Applied Science.

Lynda is a 1985 graduate of Harvard Law School and a 1982 graduate of Princeton University.
Tara ComonteGetty Images
Tara Comonte
Chief Financial Officer, Senior Vice President, Getty Images
As Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Senior Vice President, Tara Comonte is responsible for the overall leadership and strategic direction of all aspects of the global financial function including financial operations, tax and investor relations.

Tara joined Getty Images in April 2013 after serving as CFO at McCann Worldgroup, the world’s largest marketing communications network. Prior to her time there, Tara was a key founding member of IPG Mediabrands and served as Global COO & CFO. She has also served at Universal McCann where she worked as CFO and within Publicis Groupe where she acted as Regional CFO for Europe, the Middle East and Africa.

Throughout her various roles and international experience, Tara has received many prestigious honors for her achievements. In 2012, she was selected by the World Economic Forum as a Young Global Leader and received the Industry Innovator/Quantum Leap Award from Advertising Women of New York. She is a Crain’s New York Business “40 Under 40” honoree, an Advertising Age “Woman to Watch” and was the first CFO inducted into the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement.

Tara is a seasoned global executive with a strong track record of successful architecture and implementation of major change programs, including business strategy, new revenue streams, cost optimization, digital capability integration, culture change, and M&A.

A native of Scotland, Tara lives in Brooklyn, New York with her three children, and is based in Getty Images’ New York City office.
Frank CooperBuzzFeed
Frank Cooper
Chief Marketing and Creative Officer, BuzzFeed

Frank Cooper III is Chief Marketing and Creative Officer at BuzzFeed where he oversees the company's creative services team, market research, business-to-business and strategic consumer marketing. Acknowledged by Fast Company magazine as one of the "100 Most Creative People in Business" and by Billboard magazine as one of the "Power 100" in music, Cooper is widely recognized as one of the leading progressive brand marketers in the world. His career ranges from serving as a senior executive at iconic music labels -- Motown, Def Jam and Tommy Boy -- to working as an entrepreneur and executive in the digital space, to overseeing consumer engagement globally for PepsiCo's beverage division as Chief Marketing Officer. Cooper served as chairman of the American Advertising Federation from 2009 to 2011. He is a graduate of Harvard Law School and lives in Westchester, New York with his wife and two children.
Sean CunninghamVAB
Sean Cunningham
President & CEO, Video Advertising Bureau
Sean Cunningham is the president and CEO of the Video Advertising Bureau (VAB), one of the advertising industry’s leading trade associations. Since his appointment in June of 2003, he first completely transformed the CAB (Cabletelevision Advertising Bureau) from an informational bureau to a direct-to-client television advocacy group with the strategy of presenting the medium’s many investment options dramatically to advertisers and their agencies; then in May of 2015 Sean evolved the CAB to become the VAB, a move that has been extremely well received by the advertising industry. In December 2006, Mr. Cunningham efforts were independently recognized, as he was named the ‘Cable Television Executive of the Year’ by the editorial staff of Television Week magazine.

Prior to his role at the CAB and now VAB, his eighteen-year career was marked by several senior management positions with some of the most respected companies in the advertising industry. Cunningham was executive vice president & managing director at Universal McCann in New York. During his tenure, he was responsible for the management of four of the agency’s strategic operating units. He played an integral role in helping to lead the firm during a tremendous period of new business growth. His stint culminated with Universal McCann being named “Agency of the Year” for its 2002 performance by both leading industry trades publications Advertising Age and Adweek.

Cunningham also held media positions of increasing responsibility culminating with being named executive vice president & media director for Ammirati Puris Lintas in both the U.S. and Canada during the 1990’s. Additionally, he served as executive vice president & media director for Lowe, Lintas & Co. just prior to joining Universal McCann.

Known for his ability to deeply immerse himself in his client’s business, Cunningham has considerable experience in many of the largest consumer verticals including automotive, technology, consumer electronics, consumer product goods, retail, beer, distilled spirits, hard goods and business-to-business marketing sectors.

Cunningham spent early portions of his career at two legendary agency operations; Benton & Bowles in their media department during the mid-1980s and then with Ammirati & Puris during the peak of its success. It was during his tenure at Ammirati & Puris that he co-launched a new agency in Toronto, an emerging marketplace that included a full-service media operation built from scratch.

Cunningham earned his Bachelor of Arts in English Communications from Boston College. An avid skier, fisherman, hockey player and automotive enthusiast, Sean also took up karate and tennis in the last few years. Sean and his wife Jessica have three young children and make their home in Westchester County, New York.
Brian CurranDAS
Brian Curran
COO, DAS Brian Curran is Chief Operations Officer of CRM & Events at The DAS Group of Companies, the marketing services division of Omnicom Group Inc (OMC). He is responsible for the strategic development and operational performance of DAS’s extensive interests in the customer engagement, retail promotions and shopper, field, channel, mobile, entertainment, experiential and sports marketing space. He is also responsible for much of DAS’s corporate mergers and acquisition activity.

Previously, he was International Chief Financial Officer of DAS from 1998-2003. In this role he was based in London, and was responsible for the operational and financial performance of the DAS businesses in Europe.

Prior to that, he was the Group Financial Director of Rapp UK from 1986-1998. Rapp is the leading customer engagement agency in the United Kingdom, and over that period Mr. Curran provided the stewardship to support the growth in their business from billings of $20m to $200m, including the sale of the business to DAS in 1994.

Mr. Curran is an economics graduate of the London School of Economics and is a qualified as a Chartered Accountant.

Throughout his professional career, Brian has provided financial stewardship and advice to a number of sports clubs and associations, and most recently has been serving as Director of the Broadway Education Alliance.
Colleen DeCourcyWieden+Kennedy
Colleen DeCourcy
Global Executive Creative Director, Wieden+Kennedy

Colleen DeCourcy was appointed to the global management team of Wieden+Kennedy in January of 2013.

DeCourcy joined W+K from Socialistic, a social media content and design shop she founded in 2010 and served as chief creative officer and CEO. While at Socialistic, she won coveted accounts Red Bull and Fast Company, two of the leading content marketers in the world, and also led work for Showtime and GE.

Prior to Socialistic, DeCourcy was also the first chief digital officer for TBWA Worldwide, setting the network’s global digital strategy and leading digital efforts for adidas and Pepsi. Her career has also included the roles of chief experience officer at JWT NY and chief creative officer at Organic, where she led creative on Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge.

In January 2013 Decourcy was named to Business Insider’s “Most Creative Women in Advertising” list. In 2006, she was named one of Advertising Age’s “Women to Watch.” She is also an outspoken critic of discrimination in the workplace.

DeCourcy is based out of W+K’s headquarter office in Portland, Oregon.
Amie DeutchTasting Table
Amie Deutch
Publisher, Tasting Table

Amie Deutch has over twenty years of media and publishing experience. She is a proven multi-media executive skilled in strengthening business through innovation, leadership, and creativity.

In July 2014, Deutch joined Tasting Table as Publisher. TastingTable.com is the premier online food destination for culinary enthusiasts. She is responsible for developing and implementing sales and marketing strategies, managing and growing revenue opportunities across all platforms, and leading a stellar group oaf sales and marketing professionals.

For seven years prior, Deutch was Associate Publisher of Fast Company. During her tenure, Fast Company was named to AdWeek's Hot List three times and to the Ad Age A-List. Fast Company was the recipient of the ASME award for Magazine Brand of the Year in 2014.

Prior to joining Fast Company, Deutch held the same position at Elle Decor and FHM.

During the course of her career, she has had roles at both consumer and business-to-business publications.

Amie is a graduate of Boston University. She resides in New York City.
Carolyn EversonFacebook
Carolyn Everson
Vice President of Global Marketing, Facebook

Carolyn Everson is the Vice President of Global Marketing Solutions at Facebook, where she leads Facebook’s relationships with its top marketers and agencies across the globe. Carolyn oversees a team of regional leaders, and the teams focused on global partnerships, global agencies and Facebook’s Creative Shop.

Prior to Facebook, Carolyn was the Corporate Vice President of Microsoft’s Global Advertising Sales and Trade Marketing Teams. Carolyn led the company’s advertising business across Bing, MSN, Windows Live, Mobile, Faming, Atlas and the Microsoft Media Network. Carolyn also spent seven years at MTV Networks. Her last role was as Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President of U.S. Ad Sales for MTV Networks where she oversaw strategic planning, operations, and finance for MTVN’s U.S. Ad Sales department. She also was responsible for MTVN’s Direct Response business and the cross platform, cross brand strategic sales and marketing group called Generator.

Carolyn holds a bachelor’s degree in liberal arts and communications from Villanova University where she graduated Summa Cum Laude. She also obtained a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard where she was a Baker Scholar. Carolyn has been named a Woman to Watch and Fortune included her on the 40 under 40 list two years in a row. Carolyn is also on the Board of Directors of Hertz Global Holdings, Inc; serves on the boards of DonorsChoose, The John A. Reisenbach Foundation, and the Mobile Marketing Assocation; is an advisor to Luma Partners; and is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Effie Worldwide. She resides in Montclair, New Jersey with her husband Doug and twin daughters Taylor and Kennedy.
Erica FarberRadio Advertising Bureau
Erica Farber
President & CEO, Radio Advertising Bureau

As President and CEO of the Radio Advertising Bureau, Erica Farber leads Radio’s advocacy efforts by helping to drive business, grow advertising revenue, and communicate Radio’s digital transition.

Farber joined the organization in January 2012, as Executive Vice President, responsible for membership, services and professional development. Most recently, she was the CEO of the radio consulting and Internet service provider, The Farber Connection LLC, a firm she founded in 2010. During her fifteen year tenure at Radio & Records, Farber held various positions including COO, President, Publisher and CEO.

Farber has held nearly every position in Radio Sales & Management including rising through the ranks at the INTEREP Companies and serving as Executive Vice President/Radio Development Director. During the early years of her career she held positions at KRTH-FM, KABC-TV, and KIIS-AM in Los Angeles. Her radio management career grew quickly when she was appointed General Sales Manager and General Manager of WROR-FM in Boston in the same year. Her success then led to an appointment as Vice President/General Manager of WXLO-FM, In New York.

In 2000, Ms. Farber received an American Broadcast Pioneer Award from the Broadcasters' Foundation and has consistently been voted one of "The Most Influential Women in Radio" by the readers of Radio Ink Magazine. In 2009 she was awarded the inaugural Trailblazer award by the Mentoring & Inspiring Women in Radio Group, a group she was a founding member of in its inception in 1999. In 2012 she was named one of the Giants of Broadcasting by the Library of American Broadcasting.

She currently serves as Chair of the Radio Creative Fund. She serves as a Director on the following Boards: Ad Council, Advertising Week, Arbitron, Broadcasters Foundation of America and the Library of American Broadcasting. She is also on the Alliance for Women in Media advisory board.
Matt FreemanBain Capital, LLC
Matt Freeman
Partner, Bain Capital

Matt is a partner at Bain Capital, one of the world’s leading private investment firms with approximately $70 billion under management. Matt leads growth initiatives for the firm’s global private equity portfolio and works with companies across industries including consumer products, retail, technology, financial services, media and telecommunications.

Prior to Bain Capital, Matt spent several years at Interpublic Group (NYSE: IPG). As CEO of IPG Mediabrands Ventures and Co-Chairman of IPG Mediabrands, Matt helped lead IPG’s $36 Billion media division to record growth and recognition as Media Magazine’s Media Holding Company of the Year. Matt also served as global Vice Chairman of McCann Erickson, the world’s largest agency network.

Before joining IPG, Matt spent time in the early-stage world of marketing technology as CEO of the online media company, Betawave, and as a director of the data and analytics firm, eXelate.

Matt was also the Founder & CEO of Omnicom Group’s Tribal DDB Worldwide (NYSE: OMC) and grew Tribal from an idea to the largest and most awarded digital agency in the world with a global network of 46 offices in 28 countries. Under Matt’s leadership, Tribal won every major industry honor for innovation and effectiveness including Agency of the Year from Adweek and the International Advertising Festival at Cannes. In 2008, Tribal became the first digital agency ever to be named Global Network of the Year by Advertising Age. Matt also served on both the Board of Directors as well as the Executive Committee of DDB Group.

Matt is currently the Chairman of Advertising Week and has been a board director for the American Association of Advertising Agencies (4As), the Advertising Club of New York and the Marketing Committee of the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA). Matt has also been inducted into the American Advertising Federation’s (AAF) Hall of Achievement.
Adam GerberABC Television Network
Adam Gerber
Vice President, Sales Development and Marketing, ABC Television Network
Adam Gerber is Vice President of Sales Development and Marketing for the ABC Television Network, a role he has held since March, 2011. His team supports all national ad sales initiatives and is focused on differentiating ABC’s audience quality and innovative cross-screen ad solutions.

Gerber was formerly with Quantcast, where he was Chief Marketing Officer and an active industry evangelist for the digitally-oriented audience measurement and targeting company. Prior to Quantcast, he served as Vice President, Advertising Product & Strategy, for Boston based Brightcove, Inc. from 2005-2007. Previously, he was Senior Vice President, Director of Innovation & Strategy for Mediavest Worldwide from 2003-2005 and Senior Partner/Director Media Strategy for The Digital Edge (now MEC Interaction) from 1999-2003.

In prior roles, he served as Vice President, Associate Media Director at Ammirati Puris Lintas; Account Manager/Interactive Marketing for America Online and Media Supervisor/Media Planner for both J. Walter Thompson and D’Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles. He began his career in 1990 as a paralegal at Sidley & Austin in Washington, D.C.

Gerber was named to the AdWeek Magazine’s Media All-Star list in 2002 and the “Mediaweek 50” List in 2009. He also served as chairman of the 4A’s Interactive Marketing & New Media Committee from 2001-2003. He holds a B.S. degree in Journalism and a B.A. degree in International Relations from Boston University, and resides in Manhattan with his wife and two children.
Gina GrilloThe Advertising Club
Gina Grillo
Executive Director, The Advertising Club
Jason HarrisMekanism
Jason Harris
President & CEO, Mekanism

President and CEO of the award-winning creative agency Mekanism, Jason works closely with brands to create shareable and provocative campaigns that engage audiences. Under his leadership, Mekanism was named an Ad Age “Small Agency of the Year” and has been profiled by The New York Times, Fast Company and “Nightline”. Jason is a Brand 50 member, on the board of directors for Advertising Week and his methods have been covered and studied by Harvard Business School. When not working or hanging with his family, Jason loves to play music or meditate to Joy Division.
Robert HorlerDentsu Aegis Network USA
Robert Horler
CEO of Dentsu Aegis Network USA
Eric JohnsonESPN
Eric Johnson
EVP, Global Multimedia Sales at ESPN
Jon KamenRadical.Media
Jon Kamen
Chairman & CEO, Radical.Media

Jon Kamen is Chairman and CEO of @radical.media. He is well known for developing, producing and distributing award-winning projects in almost every conceivable media, including feature films, television, music programming, commercials, graphic and interactive design, smartphones and tablet applications, exhibitions, events and original photography. He has created a firm with a truly global worldview that offers its clients a platform for the development, production and distribution of groundbreaking content.

Jon has long identified the fluidity of the line between advertising and entertainment, and thus continued to expand @radical’s capabilities as a production company. Its ever-expanding entertainment division is a solution to a changing media landscape. In conjunction with the design, digital and integrated strategic marketing teams, he works closely with agency, network, and brand partners to integrate their visions into the DNA of the content @radical creates.

Under Jon’s leadership, the company has produced numerous award-winning documentaries, including the Oscar® winner for Best Documentary The Fog of War, to the Grammy®-winning memorial for George Harrison Concert for George. Additional documentary credits include Jay-Z's Fade to Black, Metallica: Some Kind of Monster, which won Best Documentary at the Independent Spirit Awards, the critically-acclaimed feature film Blue Valentine and Crude, winner of the Cinema For Peace’s International Green Film Award. More recently, the company produced the Academy Award-nominated film Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory, and Under African Skies, which premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival, featuring Grammy® winning artist Paul Simon.

Jon's television credits include production of the pilot episode of the Emmy® and Golden Globe®-winning series Mad Men for AMC, the Emmy®-winning series 10 Days That Unexpectedly Changed America for History Channel, Dean of Invention with Dean Kamen for Planet Green/Discovery Channel, Visionaries: Inside the Creative Mind and Oprah’s Master Class for OWN. In addition, @radical produces Iconoclasts, which is currently in production on its sixth season for Sundance Channel and Grey Goose Entertainment, In The Heights: Chasing Broadway Dreams, which premiered on PBS Great Performances, and Bon Jovi: When We Were Beautiful for Showtime. The company is currently producing programs for HBO, Sundance Channel, MTV, Discovery, ESPN and OWN.

Jon and the team have also become leaders in the realm of branded content, producing innovative projects for pioneering brands. With Ogilvy+Mather, the company produced IBM: Watson, which aired during a series of Jeopardy! episodes where champion contestants competed against IBM’s highly advanced supercomputer; the television documentary Summit on the Summit with Proctor & Gamble and MTV, aimed at raising awareness of the global clean water crisis; with Wieden + Kennedy, @radical produced the Nike Battlegrounds series for MTV, which has ranked among the network’s highest-rated programs. The company also produced two projects with Nike China airing on CCTV; both won a Gold and Silver at the One Show Entertainment Awards. Additional long-form branded projects include Honda’s The Power of Dreams series, as well as Volkswagen’s three seasons of Racing Under Green for Discovery Channel. Recently, the company received numerous accolades with Nissan & Playstation for the SpeedTV series GT Academy USA and Project Shiphunt, for Sony and Intel.

Always embracing new platforms for distribution of its content, in July @radical launched its first YouTube channel THNKR, offering viewers extraordinary access to the people, stories, and ideas that are transforming the world.

Expanding @radical’s entertainment division, Jon developed an award-winning design and digital team. The full suite of in-house resources and wide range of expertise allow the team rare freedom to create and communicate complete concepts, from inspiration to production, in engaging and innovative ways. Recent design and digital initiatives include the award-winning and Grammy-nominated interactive film The Johnny Cash Project; 192021, a groundbreaking study about the mapping and visualization of the world’s growing number of super-cities with TED founder Richard Saul Wurman and ESRI; a collaboration with NASA to develop a web site for Mission Juno to Jupiter; the award-winning interactive Arcade Fire film The Wilderness Downtown in conjunction with Google Creative Lab; the Gagosian iPad app as well as the Sting 25 Years app, which recently won the Cannes Lion award.

Jon has contributed significantly to public awareness campaigns and initiatives such as Conservation International, Get Schooled for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Viacom, the ONE campaign, Clinton Global Initiative, and works closely with the New York City Mayor’s Office of Film, Theater & Television. Last year, the company was part of a historic endeavor for the Middle East. They produced three original films for the nation of Qatar that were widely credited with helping secure their historic 2022 FIFA World Cup bid.

To consistently produce groundbreaking content, Jon invests in spotting, developing, and nurturing the highest caliber talent for every department in the company. As a result, his accolades span virtually every genre, medium, and audience. In addition to its Grammy®, Golden Globe and Oscar® wins, @radical.media has earned two Palme d'Or Awards at the Cannes Lions Advertising Festival. The company has won numerous Emmys®, Webbys®, D&AD Pencils, One Show Pencils, MTV VMA Awards, Clios, Art Directors Club medals and the prestigious Smithsonian National Design Award for Communications Media.

In addition to contributing to his clients’ bottom line, Jon strives to increase the reach, impact, and legacies of the advertising and entertainment industries. During his two terms as National Chairman of the AICP, Jon established “Art and Technique of the American Television Commercial,” now presented annually at the Museum of Modern Art. In 1994, the Mayor of New York presented Jon with the Crystal Apple Award for his outstanding contributions to the city’s production industry. And this year, Jon and @radical.media was presented the Made in NY award by Mayor Bloomberg.

Having established a global reputation as a visionary in the marketing and advertising fields, Jon regularly advises many of the world’s best-known brands and advertising agencies on future trends. A participant contributor to the TED conferences since 1987, Jon currently sits on the Board of Directors of the prestigious VCU Brand Center in Richmond, Virginia, and is a Trustee of the Rhode Island School of Design.
Coleen KuehnMedia
Coleen Kuehn
Marketing Consultant at Media
Nick LawR/GA
Nick Law
EVP, Chief Creative Officer, R/GA

For 13 years Nick has helped shape R/GA’s strategic and creative vision; a vision that continues to evolve but stays true to it’s legacy of combining world class creativity and break-through technology.

As global CCO he leads an increasingly diverse group of creatives that include designers, copywriters, interaction designers and creative technologists. From these disciplines he curates and choreographs teams that collaborate on a variety of work, from mobile applications to TV spots and everything in-between.

Since joining R/GA in 2001, Nick has worked with clients such as Nike, Beats by Dre, Samsung, HBO, Johnson and Johnson, IBM, L’Oreal and Google. In that time R/GA has been one of the most awarded agencies in the world, winning every major creative award including 4 Cannes Lion Grand Prix, a Black D&AD pencil and a GRANDY. Adweek named R/GA Digital Agency of the decade and Nike Plus as campaign of the decade.

Nick is on the board of the One Club, has been on every major award show jury (including being president of the Cyber jury at last years Cannes Lions) and has twice been named in the Creativity 50, a list of the world’s most influential creative people. He is recognized as an industry thought leader and has been published globally.

Nick began his career as a designer in Sydney, continued as an advertising art director in London and transitioned to digital in the late 90’s after moving to New York. His range of experience across marketing disciplines and geographies is an important asset for R/GA as they broaden their offerings and open offices all over the world.
Susan E. LeeLeonine Brands
Susan E. Lee
Brand Strategy and Partnerships at Leonine Brands
Bob LiodiceANA
Bob Liodice
President & CEO, ANA

Bob Liodice was appointed president and chief executive officer of the ANA (Association of National Advertisers, Inc.) in 2003. Bob was previously 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. He joined the ANA as senior vice president in 1995.

Bob is a member of the boards of directors of the Advertising Council, Advertising Research Foundation, Advertising Self-Regulation Council, Partnership for Drug-Free Kids, Advertising Educational Foundation, Mobile Marketing Association, and the World Federation of Advertisers.

Prior to the ANA, he was vice president of global marketing and sales for Grupo Televisa, a major worldwide broadcaster. Previous experience includes more than 15 years in marketing and financial management at Kraft General Foods, including having served as category marketing manager for the Jell-O and Bakers brands.

Bob holds bachelor degrees in accounting and management and an M.B.A. in finance from New York University.
Chris MacdonaldMcCann North America
Chris Macdonald
President at McCann North America
Maria Mandel DunscheAT&T Adworks
Maria Mandel Dunsche
VP, Marketing and Advertising Strategy, AT&T Adworks

Maria launched AT&T AdWorks -- the group within AT&T connecting advertisers with audiences across online, mobile and TV. Maria is on the executive team and is responsible for leading marketing, key client planning, training and lab.

Prior to joining AT&T, Maria was Senior Partner, Executive Director of Digital Innovation at Ogilvy and Founder of the NA Digital Lab. She consulted across the Ogilvy group of agencies on emerging communication platforms such as mobile marketing, gaming, digital out-of-home, social media and advanced TV.

She is a digital native with over 15 yrs. of digital marketing experience having run digital groups at Draftfcb, LoweWorldwide and Ammirati Puris Lintas. She was also a brand manager at Kraft Foods.

Maria is the North American Chair Emeritus of the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) as well a founding member of the AAAA's Mobile Committee. She is also on the ECHO Board of Governors at the DMA and a judge for IAB’s MIXX Awards. She has received over thirty-five industry awards including three Echo awards and seven Caples. She has been featured in many leading industry publications and contributed to a number of trade journals and publications.

She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton Business School. Maria is an adjunct professor of marketing at NYU’s Stern Business School where she teaches a course in digital marketing.
Mack McKelveySalient MG and Chameleon Collective
Mack McKelvey
Founder/CEO SalientMG

Mack McKelvey is the Founder and CEO of SalientMG, a technology marketing strategy firm based in the DC area. In this role, Mack leverages her extensive track record of transformational corporate market positioning and business development for SalientMG’s client portfolio.??Prior to founding SalientMG, Mack was the Senior Vice President of Marketing, Millennial Media. She joined Millennial in January 2009 to lead the company’s global corporate and product marketing, industry relations and communications; from start-up stage through the company’s IPO in 2012.??Before Millennial Media, Mack held senior marketing and management roles at SIRIUS XM Radio, VeriSign, American Management Systems, British Telecom; and prior to her corporate experience, she held senior account positions at Edelman Public Relations and Alexander Communications (now part of Ogilvy PR).??Mack is an advisor to several; and she is an informal mobile advisor and fan of Dosomething.org. Mack is a frequent speaker, conference advisor, and an awards and Hackathon judge. She is a member of Advertising Women of NY (AWNY) and she previously served on the North American Board for the Mobile Marketing Association (MMA) and the Mobile Board of the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB).??In September 2013 and in July 2012, Mack was named to the Business Insider’s Most Powerful Women in Mobile Advertising. In 2012, Mack was awarded the Silver Medal Award for outstanding contribution to the advertising industry, by the American Advertising Federation (AAF Baltimore). In 2010, she was listed on the inaugural Mobile Women to Watch, by Mobile Marketer; and she was a contributing author of the “How-to” book, Mobile Marketing for Dummies. ?
Matt MillerAICP
Matt Miller
President & CEO, AICP (Association of Independent Commercial Producers

In his position as president and chief executive officer of the Association of Independent Commercial Producers, Matt Miller presides over an organization whose members account for 80 to 85 percent of all nationally televised commercials in the United States. He is the spokesman for more than 350 production companies which, along with another 200 affiliated firms, comprise the AICP membership.

The association has national offices in New York and Los Angeles, as well as regional offices across the country, and aids its members by disseminating information; negotiating labor agreements; developing industry standards; providing professional development; and marketing American production through the AICP Show, The Art & Technique of the American Commercial. Now in its 23rd year, the AICP Show is an exhibit of the artistry and expertise of commercial filmmakers in the U.S. The AICP Show – along with the AICP Next Awards - is one of the pillar events of AICP Week, which includes various educational seminars and events highlighting the state of marketing in the motion image.

Mr. Miller is a member of the board of directors of the Brandcenter at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is also a trustee of the Directors Guild of America (DGA) Producer Pension and Health Funds; and serves as chairman of the DGA Commercials Qualifications Administration. He is also a member of the American Society of Association Executives.

Mr. Miller regularly appears on the “Today Show” and other broadcast media outlets to discuss the creative aspects of the advertising and media industry. He has also appeared on numerous panel discussions at various industry conferences and seminars.

Prior to joining AICP, Mr. Miller was a director in the Member Services Department of the Association of National Advertisers (ANA). A native New Yorker, he and his wife Susan Hovdesven, a real estate agent, live in Southampton, New York with their daughters Samantha and Sydney.

Founded in 1972, the AICP represents, exclusively, the interests of commercial production companies in the United States, and serves as a strong collective voice for this $5.5 billion industry, addressing its many audiences within the advertising community, business circles and government offices.
Monique L. NelsonUWG
Monique L. Nelson
Chair & CEO at UWG
Nancy NicholsWeber Shandwick
Nancy Nichols
SVP, External Affairs at Weber Shandwick
Mari Kim NovakThe Rubicon Project
Mari Kim Novak
CMO, Rubicon Project

As CMO she will continue to drive the adoption of a unified platform for advertising across all screens, devices and formats. Leveraging her relationships across the industry, she will ensure that buyers as well as sellers realize the power of Rubicon Project’s automated platform to execute against all levels of the marketing funnel.

Prior to her role as CMO, Mari Kim was SVP of Global Advertising Solutions where she was responsible for new business initiatives and key strategic relationships with buyers on the Advertising Automation Cloud.

For over 17 years, Mari Kim has worked for many participants in the advertiser and buyer community, including 9 years at Microsoft as its Global Head of Marketing for Microsoft Advertising based in NYC and responsible for Microsoft’s global marketing budget, industry outreach and sales enablement programs supporting brands including MSN, XBOX, SKYPE and Bing.
Jonathan PerelmanICM Partners
Jonathan Perelman
Head of Digital Ventures at ICM Partners
Danny RobinsonThe Martin Agency
Danny Robinson
SVP, Creative Director, The Martin Agency

Danny Robinson is a creative with an MBA. He is the cofounder of Vigilante, one of the most written about “urban” advertising agencies of the past decade. He helped orchestrate the giveaway of 276 Pontiac G6s on The Oprah Winfrey Show — one of the most famous brand integrations in marketing history. He was The Martin Agency's lead creative director on the biggest new business win in the company's history — Walmart. And he was once voted by the Stand-Up New York Comedy Club as “one of the funniest men in advertising.”

At Vigilante, Danny wrote and was creative director on the first television commercials for rappers Jay-Z and Foxy Brown and actor Samuel L. Jackson. He was the creative leader and writer behind award-winning campaigns for Sprint, Major League Baseball, Pontiac, Snapple and Heineken. He also oversaw all of the advertising and event business for Johnnie Walker Black Label. During Danny’s time as chief creative officer, Vigilante was awarded the AAAA Multicultural Agency of the Year Award two years in a row.

Since joining The Martin Agency in 2004, he has applied his sharp wit and strategic mind to brands like AOL.com, SIRIUS Satellite Radio, Hoover, The Alliance for Climate Protection, TYLENOL and Pizza Hut. He is currently a creative director on OREO and Sparkle Paper Towels.

In addition to other creative awards, Danny received a One Club ADCOLOR Award for creative excellence for his body of work and service in the industry.

Danny attended Hampton University where he earned his bachelor of science in art education. He received his master of business administration from Atlanta University.
Seth RoginNucleus
Seth Rogin
President & CEO at Nucleus
Laurel RossiHavas Life & Wellness
Laurel Rossi
President of Havas Life & Wellness
Rosemarie RyanCo-Collective
Rosemarie Ryan
Co-CEO Brand Strategy, Co-Collective

Rosemarie Ryan is Co-CEO of co:collective along with her partner, Ty Montague. She is a renowned leader, brand builder and rebel rouser in the marketing industry, instrumental in positioning and building world-class brands for Diageo, Johnson and Johnson, Bing for Microsoft and Jetblue. Prior to co:, Rosemarie served as co-president for the North American operations of JWT, and was largely responsible for improving the creative output of JWT New York and North American while growing client relationships and the Microsoft business.
Russ SapienzaPwC
Russ Sapienza
Partner, Entertainment, Media, and Communications Advisory Practice, PricewaterhouseCooper

Russell is a senior partner in PwC’s Advisory Practice with 34 years of experience in the media, entertainment, communications, and financial services industries. He has several distinct roles in the firm: • Lead Partner for various global media & entertainment clients. • Advisor to PwC's entertainment, media, and communications industry leadership team. • A senior member of PwC’s Advisory practice, focusing in areas such as business strategy, revenue growth, new business design and launch, business process controls, compliance (in areas such as consumer privacy) and risk management.

During Russell’s 24 years with PwC, he has focused on the media, entertainment, communications sectors. His practice works with clients to implement and execute the operational, financial, and management structures necessary to achieve revenue growth objectives. He works within the entire interactive advertising ecosystem, from content development, distribution, advertising creative development, media planning and buying, and back office measurement.

Examples of current and recent client assignments include: Overseeing an assignment related to development and support of digital content distribution services. The client is taking making its content available in the context of 'anytime, anyplace, anywhere'. Russ has PwC teams working in US, China, and India, providing business analyst, systems architect and developer support.

Led global assessments of the end-to-end media spend life cycle for both a multi-billion dollar advertisers and one of the world's largest media agency holding companies, covering processes and systems in over 25 countries. The project resulted in the design and implementation planning of 'future state' operating environments.

Currently conducting a recently announced study of the Gross Ratings Point Talent Compensation Model on behalf of SAG, AFTRA, and the JPC. The intent of the Study is to: 1) create a detailed and operational compensation model that could be implemented across the entire TV commercial industry, and 2) conduct a year-long pilot study on the impact the GRP model will have on actual performer compensation. PwC will design and construct the system engine, run the pilot, and perform the analysis.

Supported the transition of various media-related business processes from New York to San Jose, Costa Rica. PwC played a central role in the business case assessment, transition planning, business process assessments, real estate search, hiring, and overall project management.

In conjunction with a global business process standardization effort, created a global standard suite of business processes for media planning, buying, and bill/pay.

Oversaw the program office for a major online video joint venture. Russ's team tracked several thousand discrete tasks needed to launch the business; reporting and managing ‘red flags’ prior to the issues becoming problems.

Russ led a ""Voice of the Advertiser"" study, which examined the digital marketing needs of advertisiers representing over $30 billion of annual media spend. The client was seeking to revise its strategies for building advertising platforms across the three screens (TV, PC, and mobile).

Russell has led numerous projects directed at improving the operational readiness of his clients as they launch new businesses, joint ventures, and new acquisitions.

Russ is a co-author and frequent contributor to all of the PwC thought leadership publications and whitepapers that are produced by the Entertainment, Media, and Communications Practice. Recent publications include, “How consumer conversations will transform business”, and “Navigating the era of the empowered consumer”.

He is a member of the Board of Directors for Advertising Week, North America’s largest gathering of advertising and media leaders. The PwC ""The Advertising Industry Business Transformation Series"" forums at Ad Week are widely attended by both the creative and business sides of the house.

Recently, Russ was honored with the 2012 President’s Award, presented annually by the Advertising Club of New York.

Russ has an MBA in Finance from St. John's University and a BS in Accounting from the University of Scranton.
Linda SawyerDeutsch
Linda Sawyer
CEO, N.A., Deutsch Inc.

A lifelong steward of Deutsch Inc., Linda joined the agency over 20 years ago. She has been a key player in helping Deutsch become an industry leader known for its fierce independence and strong culture. Linda oversees Deutsch NY and Deutsch LA, and is keenly focused on attracting best-in-class talent and creating a future-facing business model for Deutsch.

Honored for her outstanding achievement in the industry with a Matrix Award and a place on the top 10 most powerful women list as part of Advertising Age’s “100 Most Influential Women in Advertising,” Linda plays an important role on a number of boards engaged in the future of the industry. She is active as Chairman Emeritus of the Board for the Advertising Educational Foundation (AEF). She serves as a Director-at-Large for the 4A’s, board member of Advertising Week and sits on the Advisory Board for Women at NBCU, a “think tank” on marketing to women. Frequently quoted in the press, Linda also had a starring role in Seasons 1 and 2 of The Apprentice sharing marketing insights.

Early in Linda’s career, she worked at several agencies including Ted Bates Advertising and SSC&B:Lintas. She graduated magna cum laude from George Washington University.
Kathleen SaxtonThe Lighthouse Company
Kathleen Saxton
Founder & Chief Executive Officer, The Lighthouse Company

I spent the first nine years of my career in media sales roles at Sky Television, Capital Radio, Emap Advertising and Carlton Screen, selling ideas and airtime to the major London agencies and blue chip clients. In 2000, I joined the much celebrated planning agency PHD, as Business Development Director, working with the legendary founding partners, spending four wonderful years helping to develop the business and learning the new rules of operational management. In 2004, I joined Saatchi and Saatchi as their board Marketing Director, completing my full 360 degree journey in the industry, as part of the dynamic but tough change management team developing and broadening Saatchi’s offerings to clients to reflect the needs of today.

Towards the end of 2005 I joined Fru Hazlitt at Virgin Radio as Director of Strategy and Planning where I led the valuation of the national licences, directed future business and platform strategy and managed the research, legal and planning teams. It was at this point my unswerving impatience finally got the better of me and I realised it was time to run my own business.

After a long-term flirtation with the idea of professional headhunting, I became a founding partner and shareholder at Grace Blue, bringing my lateral and diverse experience to the team. Grace Blue quickly became a profitable and successful headhunting firm and I felt I had found my home both as a headhunter and a striving entrepreneur.

In late 2009, it was clear the world was changing at a pace we had never experienced before. Clients were frustrated by historical headhunting practices and ambitious talent was looking for a more personal and intimate service. With the combination of the digital explosion, economic meltdown and changing talent demands a whole new approach to finding leaders was required.

I set up The Lighthouse Company with a vision to create the modern headhunting firm that clients have been asking for. Our aim is to pioneer consistently in the area of true senior talent representation – offering a highly personal, bespoke “agent representation” model to the true leaders of today and delivering exceptional and insightful headhunting, built on trust, candour, authenticity and lateral thought to our clients.

We are now blessed to represent some of the most talented individuals globally and ensure they connect to and flourish within visionary, brave and ambitious clients. We work with all the six major advertising networks, hyper growth businesses such as Vevo, Linked In, Facebook and EA and Media, Creative, PR, Research, Management Consultancy, Film, Hospitality, Gaming, Mobile, Data, Apps, and Content businesses. We are equally as potent working with established or start-up businesses – all at C suite level.

I passionately believe that a career should be an on-going journey of inspirational, surprising and courageous episodes. For my part, our entire focus is to ensure The Lighthouse is and will become for many, the place to come to realise and advance their professional future.

In 2013 after five years of attending and speaking at the inspiring Advertising Week event in New York, I decided the time was right for something similar in Europe. Together with Matt Scheckner and Stillwell Partners we launched Advertising Week Europe – a week of thought leadership and celebration held at a range of iconic and inspirational venues across London. The event has been an explosive success, uniting the entire advertising industry and attracting 14,000 delegates in year one and 23,000 in year two.

I am a psychotherapy graduate from Regents University and continue my clinical studies at CCPE. I am also an accredited psychometric evaluator with StrengthScope. I hold a non exec directorship with Bigballs Films, am a regular contributor in the Government Speakers for schools programme encouraging school leavers to realise their true potential and I am also the president of the Centre for separated families. I am also a frequent and a passionate speaker on the matter of leadership within the digital age.

I now live in Hampstead, with my two children Ned and Nancy (both soon to be leaving school) and play the flute and piano given any opportunity and my greatest hobby is live music.
Peter SchubeThe Jim Henson Company
Peter Schube
Peter Schube serves as a board member at The Jim Henson Company, having recently stepped down after serving as President and Chief Operating Officer for 12 years. Based in Los Angeles, Mr. Schube oversaw all worldwide business activities and day-to-day operations for the Company, with responsibility for devising and implementing the Company’s strategic direction and for guiding its global integrated businesses.

Mr. Schube was appointed to the post by the Henson family upon their re-acquisition of the Company in 2003. Upon assuming the position, he re-cast the Company’s business, architecting a wide reaching corporate reorganization and entering into a number of strategic relationships designed to maximize both the Company’s existing asset value and its new production capabilities. With those in place, he focused the Company’s efforts on developing the Henson Digital Puppetry Studio, its patented digital animation technology and companion studio, expanding the Company’s global commitment to, and leadership in, excellence and innovation in the areas of digital animation and design. Most recently, he focused the Company’s efforts in two distinct areas: (1) to access newly available technologies [eg, OTT, mobile, etc.] in order to more directly connect the Company to its audience, and in the process deliver new experiences directly to the viewer/consumer; and (2) expand the Company’s business into new international markets, including China.

Mr. Schube successfully raised more than $75MM in third party production financing and underwriting support from the private capital markets, as well as from governmental and philanthropic sources. These funds were used to finance the Company’s expanded production activities, including the Emmy-nominated PBS science preschool series, Sid the Science Kid. To supplement that program’s on air presence, Mr. Schube oversaw the creation of an accompanying nationwide STEM outreach campaign, and the subsequent creation of an in-school STEM curriculum for free distribution to K-2 classes in public schools in select cities both here and abroad. Additional programs, such as Dinosaur Train and the upcoming Splash and Bubbles, helped to materially increase the size and breadth of the Company’s television library, contributing to a 250% increase in the Company’s top line revenues. Today, as a result of his efforts the Company’s full intellectual property portfolio is available across dozens of platforms [broadcast television/DVD/on-line/mobile, etc.] and distribution channels (consumer products, publishing, digital apps, etc.) throughout the world.

Mr. Schube joined The Jim Henson Company in 1988. Prior to being named President, he served in a variety of roles, most recently as Executive Vice President of Business Affairs and General Counsel. In that role, he was in charge of the business and legal affairs for all film, television and home entertainment production and distribution activities of the Company; all global merchandising, publishing and licensing business affairs matters and negotiations; all third party VFX work by the Company’s global Creature Shops [Los Angeles/New York/London]; and all prosecution and enforcement of the Company’s worldwide intellectual property portfolio.

Mr. Schube received a joint B.A. degree in History and English from Wesleyan University [from which he received the Distinguished Alumnus award in 2006], and a Juris Doctor degree from New York University School of Law. He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, where serves as the President of the Board of Directors of Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA), a non-profit organization that provides academic, arts and athletic programs for underserved and at-risk youth in Los Angeles. In that role, he also serves as the Board’s liaison to the YOLA at HOLA program, the organization’s landmark partnership with the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Gustavo Dudamel, which is dedicated to bringing social change through music to the area’s youth. Additionally, Mr. Schube serves on the Advisory Council of AdWeek in New York, and recently concluded 12 years of service on the Board of Trustees, including as Board Chair, of Oakwood School, an independent school in North Hollywood.
Lori SenecalCP+B, MDC Partner Network
Lori Senecal
Global CEO, CP+B / President & CEO, MDC Partner Network
Davang ShahGoogle
Davang Shah
Director, Ads Marketing at Google
Jimmy SmithThe Amusement Park
Jimmy Smith
Chairman, CEO & COO, The Amusement Park
Tim SpenglerSimulmedia
Tim Spengler
President & CRO at Simulmedia
Cory TreffilettiOracle Data Cloud
Cory Treffiletti
Vice President, Marketing & Partner Solutions at Oracle Data Cloud
Lisa UtzschneiderYahoo
Lisa Utzschneider
Chief Revenue Officer at Yahoo
Jeffrey VolkMLB Advanced Media
Jeffrey Volk
SVP, Business Development at MLB Advanced Media
Linda YaccarinoNBCUniversal
Linda Yaccarino
Chairman, Advertising Sales and Client Partnerships at NBCUniversal