A world-class mix of the industry's best and brightest.
Tim Cadogan
Tim Cadogan Info Events
Tim Cadogan is the chief executive officer of OpenX. OpenX is a global leader in web and mobile advertising technology focused on unleashing the full economic potential of digital media companies. OpenX provides a comprehensive, multiscreen platform for publishers that includes one of the first and largest programmatic ad exchanges, Demand Fusion supply side platform technology and fully featured ad serving.

From 2003-2008 Tim was at Yahoo!, most recently as Senior Vice President of Global Advertising Marketplaces overseeing the primary advertising product lines at the company – including Display, Search and Video. Prior to Yahoo!, Tim was Vice President of Search at Overture (formerly GoTo.com). Before Overture, he was a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group and McKinsey & Company.

Tim earned his BSc from The London School of Economics, his MPhil from Oxford University and his MBA from Stanford University.
Jeanie Caggiano
EVP/Executive Creative Director
Jeanie Caggiano Info Events
Jeanie Caggiano is an EVP/Executive Creative Director at Leo Burnett Chicago. She leads creative on the Cannes-winning brand campaign for UnitedHealthcare--America’s largest health insurer--and Pfizer Consumer Healthcare (Centrum vitamins and Nexium heartburn medicine). She also has Kraft Naturals, Kraft Singles, Jell-O Gelatin and Invesco Financial Services in the group she runs with fellow EVP/ECD Mylene Pollock.

Previously, Jeanie spent 12 years running Allstate Insurance, where she was responsible for both the charming and destructive Mayhem and the heroic Dennis Haysbert.

A storytelling writer, Jeanie has also created memorable work for Hallmark Cards, Eli Lilly (Prozac), McDonald’s, Disney, Exclusive Resorts, Choice Hotels, Procter & Gamble, Kelloggs, Kraft, Diageo and Morgan Stanley.

A rarity in the advertising world, Jeanie is still at her first agency, having started at Leo Burnett right out of college. She holds a B.S. in Speech and a M.S. in Advertising from Northwestern
John Cahill
Global CEO
Katie Calhoun
VP of Sales
Katie Calhoun Info Events
As the Vice President of Sales at Getty Images, Katie Calhoun oversees the company’s North American strategic accounts across a cross-section of industries including media, agency and corporate. In her 10 years at Getty Images, Katie has overseen client growth across the editorial, agency and corporate sectors to bring it to the leadership position Getty Images enjoys today.

Katie established Getty Images’ partnership with LeanIn.org in 2014, leading to the Getty Images LeanIn Collection, which has since enjoyed over two years of success in changing clichéd depictions of gender. A creative at heart, Katie was an integral part of the team that took part in the viral #canalnotes Post-It wars.

Prior to Getty Images, Katie held senior positions in sales, editorial development and content marketing at Hearst and Forbes Inc.
Dan Callahan
VP, Programmatic Sales
Dan Callahan Info Events
Dan is Vice President, Programmatic Sales at Fox Networks Group. In this role, Dan oversees programmatic advertising sales Fox, FX, Fox Sports, Fox Deportes, and National Geographic. He has worked in advertising for 9 years. Before joining Fox Networks Group, Dan lead programmatic sales for FOX News Channel and FOX Business Network. Originally from Montclair, NJ, Dan currently resides in New York City after receiving a degree in Communications from Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC.
Steve Callan
VP, Director - Creative Technology
Geraldine Calpin
Jeff Campbell
Co-Founder & Managing Director
Jeff Campbell Info Events
A proven marketing executive with an entrepreneurial approach, Jeff Campbell is responsible for strategic vision, client services, P&L management, revenue growth, talent development and the overall success of business operations for Resolution Media. Across multiple offices, Jeff oversees $600MM+ in marketing budgets, including Paid Search, Social Media, Programmatic Display and SEO – with a focus on strategy development, measuring the offline impact of online marketing, and media integration.

As a co-founder of Resolution, Jeff’s responsibilities included establishing initial processes, procedures and training programs as Director of Operations before launching offices in Chicago, SF, Charlotte and Dallas. As VP of Product Development & Innovation, Jeff differentiated Resolution’s offering and created ancillary services such as SEO and Online-to-Offline attribution. Jeff’s immersion into nearly all aspects of the company contributed to the acquisition by Omnicom in 2005.
Sal Candela
VP, Global Partnerships
Sal Candela Info Events
Sal Candela is the Vice President of Global Partnerships at Undertone where he is responsible for overseeing the most senior level client relationships with agencies, holding companies, and brands. Candela leads Undertone’s effort to develop strategic partnerships with the major holding companies to create unique relationships that leverage the companies most coveted solutions.

Since joining in 2013, Candela has shaped Undertone’s mobile strategy and sales efforts where he was tasked with educating clients about mobile advertising, while developing products that resonate in the marketplace.

Prior to Undertone, Candela led mobile strategy at PHD in the US. He is a respected and sought-after speaker in the mobile and emerging media space, and has been recognized as one of the most influential people in advertising as part of the AdWeek 50.
Andrew Capone
SVP, Marketing & Business Development
Andrew Capone Info Events
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.
Mike Caprio
GM of Programmatic/Global Partnerships
Mike Caprio Info Events
Mike oversees Sizmek’s programmatic strategy and operations, including the commercial and strategic oversight of sales, operations, research and development, product, and partnerships globally across Sizmek’s mobile and video DSP, StrikeAd. Spanning the Americas, Europe, and Asia, Mike’s team works closely with agencies, trading desks, brands, and publishers. Mike has spent nearly 20 years in media advertising, beginning with sales efforts at ABC/Disney and CBS before founding SoftWave Media Exchange, the industry’s first DSP for TV and Radio. He moved on to head sales operations at Visible World and DG, before joining Sizmek as GM of Vantage, the Sizmek trading desk, and leading Sizmek’s sales across Latin America.
Ed Carey
Global VP
Steffany Carey
Group Creative Director
Steffany Carey Info Events
Steffany Carey is Group Creative Director for Tribal Worldwide, North America, where she will be responsible for leading the agency’s specified content network as well as its digital business.

Prior to rejoining Tribal New York, Carey served as Creative Director at Threshold Interactive in Los Angeles, CA, where she led the creative group on Nestlé brands in confection and bottled waters. During her time there, her leadership helped win AdAge’s Small Agency of the Year for West Region. In her first stint with the Tribal family, as an Associate Creative Director in New York she played an integral role in many pieces of business, such as J&J Beauty, NBC Universal, Diageo, Phillips, Unilever and Pfizer consumer.

Carey’s work has been recognized by nearly every industry awards show, including Cannes ACT Responsible, New York Festivals, One Show, WWD Beauty Biz, Webby, WebAward and others. She is also the best-selling author of the off-to-college book I’ll Miss You Too.

She lives in Westchester with her husband and two kids.
Amy Carney
President, Advertiser Sales, Strategy & Research
Amy Carney Info Events
Amy Carney is president, advertiser sales, strategy & research for Sony Pictures Television (SPT). In this position, Carney oversees the sale of commercial inventory in SPT’s first-run and off-network programs. She directs the sales teams based in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. Carney also leads SPT’s worldwide research group which conducts and assembles all program, sales, channels and corporate research. The research group supports all of SPT’s businesses – production, distribution and channels – worldwide, with teams based in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, London & Hong Kong.

Carney joined SPT in September 2003. Previously she served as vice president, sales, for Univision Online in New York, where she launched the company’s online sales division and created the national sales and client services team. From 1999-2000, she served as a general manager, Ticketmaster Online-Citysearch, Inc., launching a local content information website and creating the sales, content, marketing and operations management team. Prior to that, she served as general sales manager at WTVR-TV, the CBS affiliate in Richmond, VA and, from 1989 to 1994, as vice president, general sales manager, Telerep, Inc. in New York.

Carney is on the board of The Women’s Entertainment and Technology Board at Digital Hollywood and is a member of Revenue 50.
Bob Carrigan
CEO and Director
Fiona Carter
Chief Brand Officer
Fiona Carter Info Events
Fiona Carter is Senior Vice President of Brand, Advertising, Media and Sponsorships for AT&T, one of the world's largest communications companies. She oversees global brand marketing, advertising, media and sponsorships, as well as the integration of brand leadership into the company's business strategies.

Prior to joining AT&T, Fiona has spent the last 20 years building brands and driving business results for Fortune 500 Companies such as GE, Bank of America and P&G. She is uniquely experienced in building brands within complex, matrixed organizations, collaborating across brand, business unit and agency teams.

Fiona grew up in England and spent the first half of her career in London, eventually overseeing the famous, award-winning Tesco advertising campaign Every Little Helps. She moved to New York in 2000 to work at the advertising agency BBDO, where she led the development of the Imagination at Work, Ecomagination and Healthymagination platforms for GE around the world.

She went on to lead the Bank of America business for Omnicom, overseeing the integration of over 12 agencies and guiding the brand through the turbulence of the financial crisis and the integration of acquisitions such as Countrywide and Merrill Lynch.

She moved on to a similar Omnicom role for P&G, and then spent 2 years as COO of the DAS Advertising, Research and Branding agencies at Omnicom.

Fiona is based in New York and likes to spend any free time she has with her family on the beaches of Montauk or cheering on the Mets.
Keith Cartwright
Keith Cartwright Info Events
In 2016 Keith Cartwright was named in Adweek Magazine as the 50 top Creatives in the business. Keith Cartwright is currently Executive Creative Director at BSSP, the largest independent advertising Agency in California. There he’s responsible for creative leadership across all brands.

Keith Cartwright was previously the CCO and Founder of Union Made Creative in Culver City. Since opening in 2011 Union has garnered awards and media attention throughout its client roster, which included NikeLA, GE, Lego, and the San Francisco Film Society. Keith’s relationship with Nike was responsible for helping redefine Nike West, and launched #keepbuilding, the well-recognized campaign for the Lego brand breaking gender stereotypes in the toy category. UNION was acquired by BSSP in 2016

Prior to UNION Keith was a SVP Group Creative at the Martin Agency in Richmond, Virginia. Prior to that he was Creative Director at Wieden+Kennedy, New York where he led the Jordan Brand account along with Nike Canada, and Nike New York. Keith was responsible for launching “Become Legendary” for the Jordan Brand which became the centerpiece across all marketing, and helped the Jordan Brand reach a billion dollars in sales for the first time in its history.

From 2004 -2006 Keith was a Creative Director at TBWA Chiat Day. While at Chiat Keith was responsible for the Adidas Brand, Ray Ban, Persol, and Motorola. During his tenure at Chiat they were recognized by Cannes as Agency of the Year and Adidas was recognized as Advertiser of the year.

Keith has been awarded and recognized by every major awards organization in his field including; The One Show, Clio’s, AICP, AIGA, Addys, Art Directors Club, The London and New York Festivals and D&AD and Cannes. Keith has been a member of the award show jury for AICP, Art Directors Club, Addys and Cannes.
Michael Caruso
Heather Carver
SVP, Seller Accounts
Heather Carver Info Events
As Senior Vice President of Seller Accounts, Heather oversees seller revenue and partnerships for North America. Heather was formerly a VP and Director, handling strategic oversight for accounts such as News Corp, BBC and Triad. Prior to joining Rubicon Project, Heather worked on the publisher side of the business at Snagajob.com and Match Media (IAC) managing yield, ad ops and business relationships with third party monetization and ad technology partners.
Andrew Casale
Andrew Casale Info Events
Mr. Casale has been instrumental in leading the evolution of Casale Media into Index Exchange. His focus on delivering benefits to publishers through mutually beneficial partnerships with the demand side has resulted in extraordinary growth for the company. He is responsible for providing strategic direction and market vision to his leadership team, and also for hands-on supervision of day-to-day corporate endeavors. He is a respected industry thought leader, and is widely sought for his expertise and opinions on programmatic and exchange-traded media.
Pete Cashmore
CEO and Founder
Pete Cashmore Info Events
Pete Cashmore is the founder and CEO of Mashable, the leading source of news, information and resources for the Digital Generation. Pete founded Mashable in 2005 in Aberdeenshire, Scotland when he was 19. His passion for sharing how web tools and social networks were transforming human interactions and reshaping cultures inspired him to create Mashable from his boyhood bedroom. Always an entrepreneur, Pete has continued to push Mashable to evolve from a tech blog to a global media company built around technology. His innate sense of the web and its community are core to the company’s operations and growth. He has been described as the “Sage of Media” and considered one of the most influential voices of his generation-- on and offline. In 2014, Pete was featured on Forbes 30 under 30 list for the third consecutive year, Crain’s 40 under 40, and the CNBC “Next List.”
Tim Castelli
President I National Sales, Marketing & Partnerships
Tim Castelli Info Events
As one of the industry’s top digital media sales executives, Castelli ensures the close integration of iHeartMedia’s national sales and partnership operations. He oversees the key iHeartMedia National Platform divisions including Digital, Strategic Partnerships, Connections, Radio sales and Premiere Radio Networks sales. Castelli works closely with advertising and marketing partners to create and deliver unique, effective opportunities on both the national and local levels across the company’s unmatched array of platforms. Castelli joined iHeartMedia in March 2012 (then Clear Channel Media and Entertainment) as Executive Vice President of Digital Sales from AOL.

Castelli has more than 20 years of experience in building advertising solutions for major U.S. clients and previously served as Senior Vice President of Sales for AOL’s Eastern US Region, where he oversaw sales, account management and marketing on the East Coast. His teams were responsible for building advertising solutions for major advertisers in New York, Boston, Atlanta and across the eastern seaboard.

Prior to AOL, Castelli led advertising and partnership activities for technology, wireless and consumer electronic partners as the Technology Industry Director for Google. He also held the role of the company’s East Coast Managing Director overseeing the Eastern Region search and display advertising sales teams. Before Google, Castelli was the publisher of Rolling Stone Magazine, overseeing their advertising strategy, revenue generation and integrated media program development. Castelli also spent 13 years at Ziff Davis Media in various management positions, including Senior Vice President of the Consumer Technology Group and Publisher of PC Magazine.

Castelli graduated from Duke University with a BA in Psychology. A native of Weirton, WV, he now lives with his wife and three children in Connecticut.
Michelle Castillo
Digital Media Reporter
Michelle Castillo Info Events
Michelle Castillo is a staff writer for CNBC Digital, covering advertising and digital media. Previously, she was a digital media reporter for Adweek, and has covered media and entertainment for publications including the Los Angeles Times, The Hollywood Reporter and Time. Castillo graduated from UCLA and received her master's degree from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Joni Castorino
Sr. Manager, Partner Solutions
Alexandra Cavoulacos
COO and Founder
Alexandra Cavoulacos Info Events
Gary Vaynerchuk
B. Bonin Bough
John Cayne
Head of Campaign & Marketing Experience
Michael Celona
Global CTO
Jim Chabin
Jim Chabin Info Events
At the request of Hollywood studio stakeholders in 2009, Jim was asked to form the Society to advance the arts and sciences of 3D and other advanced imaging technologies. He is now evangelizing the VR industry on their behalf. Jim has served as President of The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (Prime Time Emmys), President of Promax/BDA (The Worldwide Organization of Television Marketing Professionals), Head of Promotions for E! Entertainment Television, Head of West Coast Marketing for the CBS Television Stations, as a sales executive for KCBS-TV in Los Angeles and as President / General Manager of radio stations KISS AM-FM in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. He has served as Vice President of the California Broadcasters Association, as a member of The Prism Awards Board of Directors, as an advisor to the Environmental Media Association, and has lectured at the UCLA and USC Schools of Broadcasting and Film. Chabin has also served as a Corporate Advisor to TIVO.
Adam Chandler
SVP, Global Technology Partnerships
Adam Chandler Info Events
As Senior Vice President of Global Technology Partnerships at Rubicon Project, Adam leads the efforts in integrating Rubicon’s strategic assets into the largest software and data enterprises globally. Previously Adam led Rubicon’s NA sales efforts across DSP’s, agencies, and marketers - overseeing 600M+ in annualized revenue. Prior to joining Rubicon Project, Adam was a tenured Yahoo! executive spanning a number of revenue management focused roles. Prior to Rubicon Project and Yahoo!, Adam held a number of senior management roles scaling the growth of companies in the digital, mobile, and programmatic space including Jumptap, Millennial Media, and Thrillist.

Chandler is a frequent speaker on the conference circuit and has taught digital media at the New School University and the Advertising Club of New York. Adam serves as the Vice Chairman of the UJA-Federation of New York’s Media & Tech Executive Committee, and is on a number of mobile and tech advisory boards.
Charlie Chappell
Sr. Director, Global Integrated Media
Charlie Chappell Info Events
Charlie is currently Senior Director, Global Integrated Media at The Hershey Company where he is leading the transformation of Hershey’s approach to modern media.
He comes to this position after a broad Global Marketing Career that has included Brand Management, Digital & eCommerce, Innovation, Agency Management, Developing Markets and Marketing Capability Building.
He joined Hershey in 2012 after 12 year at Procter & Gamble and has had the privilege to touch many iconic brands such as Hershey’s, Reese’s, Kisses, Pantene, Herbal Essences, Old Spice, Gillette, Secret, Safeguard and Camay.
While his career has primarily been based in the US, Charlie has worked in over 25 different countries with a particular emphasis on China, Russia, Egypt & Pakistan. While with P&G he spent 2.5 years based in Geneva, Switzerland covering Central & Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Charlie is a graduate of Purdue University and the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. H
Agnes Chapski
Chief Revenue Officer
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Agnes B. Chapski has been Publisher, Chief Revenue Officer of Allure magazine since May 2008.

Prior to joining Allure, she had been, since 2006, the Associate Publisher of Vanity Fair and the Associate Publisher of Lucky since the magazine’s launch in 2000.

Before joining Condé Nast, Ms. Chapski was at Weider Publications as Vice President, Group Advertising Director for all women’s titles, and as Vice President and Publisher of Jump.

A graduate of Smith College, Ms. Chapski lives in New York City with her husband and their two children.
Donald Chesnut
Global CCO
Donald Chesnut Info Events
As SapientNitro’s Global Chief Creative Officer, Donald Chesnut leads global multi-disciplinary creative teams that help brands transform their businesses and their relationships with their customers across a range of touch points —from digital and mobile experiences to responsive environments to omni-channel commerce and brand communications campaigns, each sharing an approach that reflects his 20+ years in Experience Design: people first.
Donald is passionate about the role that innovation and technology is having on improving the lives of consumers around the world, and taking this “people first” approach has enabled him to create impact and earn awards for some of the world’s leading brands, including Unilever, Target, Disney, Chrysler, Coke, RBS, Lufthansa, Verizon and Rolling Stone.
Farai Chideya
Senior Writer
Farai Chideya Info Events
Farai Chideya is a senior political writer at FiveThirtyEight. Over the years she has worked in print, television, radio, and digital media; covered every Presidential election since 1996; and traveled to 26 countries and 48 states to report, learn, and explore.

Chideya is also a columnist on citizen and consumer issues in the digital age for TheIntercept.com. She previously hosted NPR’s News and Notes; was a reporter for ABC News; a political analyst for CNN; a host for the Oxygen Network; and a reporter for Newsweek magazine. She and the teams she has worked with have won awards including a National Education Reporting Award, a North Star News Prize, and a special award from the National Gay and Lesbian Journalists Association for coverage of AIDS. Earlier in her career she worked for Newsweek, MTV News, CNN, and ABC News.
Nick Childs
Chief Creative Officer
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Nick Childs joined Initiative in 2015 to extend creative and strategic storytelling across all platforms to better connect clients and audiences. With extensive experience in campaign development, content creation, and production, he has overseen every level of creative leadership – from tentpole work on billion-dollar brands, to award-winning, micro-budgeted social media projects.

Previously, Nick was the lead Executive Creative Director at Fleishman Hillard, and EVP, Director of Content Development at Grey, where one early success was helping to create the “Baby” campaign for E*Trade; the spots topped critic and viewer lists for best commercials of multiple Super Bowls, won awards for best ads of the year, and were viewed online by millions. His concept to market the novel "Thirteen Reasons Why" through social media unexpectedly drove a YA book to #1 on the NY Times Bestseller list and a Silver Lion at Cannes. He has also received Lions for his work with the NFL and Febreze, as well as Gold in Branded Content for the groundbreaking, community-generated narrative film, "Beyond the Still". The movie premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, where Nick was onsite to help create and launch Lance Weiler’s transmedia project "Pandemic 1.0" And for NY/NJ, Nick helped win the bid for Super Bowl XLVIII. His brand work also has been awarded at the Addys, Effies, and One Show.

Beyond the ad world, Nick wrote, directed and produced "The Shovel", starring
Academy Award-nominee David Strathairn. The film won Best Narrative Short at the Tribeca Film Festival among fifteen other top awards worldwide, and was selected to launch "The Screening Room", YouTube's presentation of the world's best independent films. He also executive-produced the award-winning feature documentary, "High Score", now streaming on Hulu.
David Christopher
Michael Civins
Senior Account Manager
Lynda Clarizio
President, US Media
Lynda Clarizio Info Events
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, audio 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, a leading programmatic advertising platform. Before joining AppNexus, she 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, then the industry’s largest third party online advertising network. 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 is a member of the Boards of Directors of CDW, Batanga Media, Resonate and Human Rights First. She also serves on 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.
Wendy Clark
Wendy Clark Info Events
Wendy Clark is Chief Executive Officer of DDB North America.

Clark joined DDB in January 2016 after working client side at Coca-Cola North America, where she led the Sparkling Category Business Unit as well as the Strategic Marketing organization, including Brand Strategy and Innovation; Media Connections, Investments and Assets; Content and Design.

Prior to joining The Coca-Coca Company, Clark was Senior Vice President, Advertising for AT&T, the world’s largest telecommunications company, where she was at the helm of the company’s most ambitious and aggressive re-branding and advertising campaign in its history.

In 2014, Clark was recognized by New York Women in Communications with the coveted Matrix award. Among other recognitions, in 2011 Fast Company cited Clark as the Brand Refresher on its top ten list of innovative Business Disruptors and the Advertising Women of New York recognized Clark as their 2011 Advertising Woman of the Year.

In 2009 and 2010, FORTUNE featured Clark in its “40 Under 40” issue, ranking as the highest woman in 2010 (#15). She was also named one of four “Women to Watch” by FORTUNE.

Clark’s efforts were recognized in 2007, upon her induction into the American Advertising Federation’s Advertising Hall of Achievement. In addition, Advertising Age cited Clark as “one of the most important women in marketing” in its “Women to Watch” 2007 issue.

Clark is an advisory board member IDEO.org and a board director for the Ad Council and American Advertising Federation.
Ben Clarke
Ben Clarke Info Events
Ben studied molecular genetics in college and graduated with honors – which makes advertising sound easy. Ben is a founder of The Shipyard and serves as the lead digital strategist. Previously, Ben was founder and CEO of one of the early cloud application development firms in the US, which sold in 2010, and a co-founder of an ad tech company capable of localizing digital marketing for thousands of small companies through automation. Ben serves as one of a select group of advisors to the US Chamber of Commerce on big data and innovation. He also serves on the technical advisory board of the largest federated network of clinical healthcare data, which aggregates and analyzes data from large cancer networks. He has previously been on the advisory board of the largest aggregator of digital automotive shopper data feeding every significant DMP/DSP in America.
Chelsea Clarke
Head Instructor
Chelsea Clarke Info Events
Chelsea is a performer and teacher at UCB Theater. She is a native of New York, but spent a fair amount of time living in south Florida, as all New Yorkers must. You can see her performing improv every week on Saturday nights with The Curfew, and Monday nights with Improv Nerds. If you had a time machine, you could go back in time and see her perform with Bombardo, Tantrum, fwand, Bangs, Badman and Reuben Williams. Set that same machine for the future and you can see her perform with her all lady prison improv team Parolling in the Aisles. Check out her tweets, http://twitter.com/chelseaclarke But maybe don't look at her Pinterest?
Jane Clarke
CEO and Managing Director
Megan Clarken
President, Product Leadership
Megan Clarken Info Events
With decades of technology, product development and marketing experience, Megan Clarken leads Nielsen’s global marketing effectiveness practice and watch products, including the development and delivery of Nielsen’s Total Audience measurement solutions. She also manages Nielsen’s enterprise marketing platform, the Nielsen Innovation Lab and Nielsen Social.

Since joining Nielsen in 2004, Megan has had numerous executive positions within the company internationally, most recently serving as Executive Vice President of Global Product Leadership, where she led the global team responsible for product strategy, development, and management of Nielsen’s leading measurement products for television, digital and cross-platform content and advertising. Other global roles that Megan has held include Managing Director of Media Client Services in APMEA (Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa), and Managing Director of Nielsen¹s digital businesses in both Asia Pacific and Australia. She also held senior roles managing the company¹s profitable digital analytics product portfolio, where she was responsible for the strategic direction and delivery of Nielsen¹s overall product development and roadmap.

Prior to Nielsen, Megan held senior leadership positions for large publishers and online technology providers, including Akamai Technologies and ninesmn. 
Kate Clough
VP, Engagement Planning Director
Lisa Clunie
Lisa Clunie Info Events
Prior to co-founding Joan, Lisa was the Chief Operating Officer for Refinery29, the fastest-growing digital media company for Millennial women in the world. Here, Lisa focused on revenue growth through deeper brand partnerships and drove quality, speed, efficiency and effectiveness for monthly content on every major platform. She helped guide the launch of the influencer network Here and Now, and audience development through highly focused content and distribution strategies which included a full Snapchat operation, state of the art analytics and testing labs, and new product development.

Before Lisa joined Refinery29, she held executive and leadership roles at Ogilvy and Mather, Saatchi and Saatchi, BBH NY and Fallon. Over her career, Lisa led strategy and partnerships for Harley-Davidson, Unilever, Time Magazine, Pepsico, Brown Forman, Sunbeam, and Charter Communications. She is a four time Effie award winner, two time mother and one time wife.
Sheila Colclasure
Global Executive for Privacy and Public Policy
Sheila Colclasure Info Events
As Acxiom’s Global Executive for Privacy and Public Policy, Sheila directs Acxiom’s information use policies, compliance, consumer affairs, government affairs and related public relations for Acxiom’s operations globally. Sheila has developed and implemented policy and practice for Acxiom’s Privacy and Public Policy Program since 1998. Sheila participates in numerous domestic and international efforts to help develop effective public policy, establish industry best practices and achieve maximum harmonization of information policy across the world. With extensive knowledge of laws governing the collection and use of information worldwide, she is sought out by policy makers, regulators and government agencies for her views on the ethical use of data.

Sheila functions as corporate liaison to several industry standards-setting groups and research and policy development groups including the Information Accountability Foundation, Future of Privacy Forum, Center for Information Policy Leadership, Digital Advertising Alliance, Email Sender Provider Coalition, Mobile Marketing Association and Coalition for Sensible Public Record Access.

Prior to joining Acxiom, Sheila worked for the U.S. Senate, and then managed congressional and political affairs for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants in its Washington, D.C. office, focusing on legislative and regulatory initiatives as well as directing its political action committee. Sheila has a master’s degree in communications, specializing in business and political communication.
Glenn Cole
Founder, Chief Creative Officer
Joanna Coles
Chief Content Officer
Brian Collins
Brian Collins Info Events
Brian Collins has won every major creative award. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Forbes, Creativity, Fortune, Rolling Stone, Creative Review, Graphis, NBC News, ABC News and Fast Company, which named him one of five American Masters of Design. Prior to founding Collins, Brian was CCO of the Brand Integration Group (BIG), the design and innovation division at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide. Clients included IBM, Motorola, The Ford Motor Company, Goldman Sachs, AT&T, Vera Wang and American Express.
Prior, he was Creative Director at FCB / San Francisco where he led work for Levi Strauss & Co., Amazon.com, MTV, Janus Funds and the Walt Disney Company. Brian speaks globally on design and innovation. He was the first graphic designer invited to participate in the World Economic Forum in Switzerland and has represented the U.S. at Beijing Design Week and Moscow Design Week. Brian is also Vice President of the Art Directors Club and is a professor at the School of Visual Arts.
Geoffrey Colon
Product Marketing Manager, Bing Ads
Geoffrey Colon Info Events
Geoffrey Colon is a Product Marketing Manager at Bing Ads. He has written for The Futurist, Advertising Age, and Fast Company, and been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, The Guardian and The Los Angeles Times. He has also appeared on NPR and Cheddar TV.

Colon is author of the book Disruptive Marketing: What Growth Hackers, Data Punks, and Other Hybrid Thinkers Can Teach Us About Navigating the New Normal (2016).

Prior to joining Microsoft in 2013, Geoffrey was Vice President of Digital Strategy at Ogilvy & Mather and Digital Community Supervisor at 360i in New York City.
Brendan Condon
Brendan Condon Info Events
Brendan Condon serves as President of AdMore and REVShare, two of the nation’s leading automated TV buying and media management platforms, acquired by Cannella Response Television in January 2016, and that now serve as key growth engines to the newly formed Cannella Media, LLC. A more than 25-year digital media and advertising veteran, Condon boosted AdMore’s relationships with key broadcast, cable and other inventory suppliers to more than 1,700 partners, while also increasing revenues exponentially as the early programmatic TV marketplace began to coalesce. He also propelled direct-response TV unit REVShare to become the industry’s leader in short-form DRTV. Before coming to AdMore and REVShare, he spent two decades in senior management at Time Warner Inc., helping units like AOL, Time Inc. and Time Warner Cable to capitalize on the transition to digital media in areas such as video web display, portals, social networking and other emerging insertion platforms.
Carol Cone
Carol Cone Info Events
Carol Cone, is CEO of Carol Cone ON PURPOSE (CCOP), a 21st century consultancy whose mission is to move social purpose to the center of business and brand strategy. At the core of CCOP is The Purpose Collaborative, a collective of over 30 agencies, boutiques and individuals, with deep purpose, CSR
and sustainability capabilities from strategy to execution.

Carol served as the founder, CEO and Chairman of Cone, Inc., from 1980-­2010. In 2007, PR Week called her "arguably the most powerful and visible figure in the world of Cause Branding."

For over 25 years, Carol has embraced a commitment to building lasting partnerships between companies, brands and social issues for deep business and societal impact. Her groundbreaking work includes: Avon Breast Cancer Crusade,
Reebok Human Rights Awards, American Heart Go Red for Women,etc.

Overall, Cone’s signature cause programs have raised more than $2 billion for various social issues. ​www.purposecollaborative.com
Randy Cooke
VP Programmatic TV
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Randy Cooke serves as VP of Programmatic TV, shaping SpotX’s Audience EverywhereTM strategy, enabling content owners, networks, MVPDs and TV stations to fully monetize audiences across an increasingly-fragmented viewing and distribution landscape. Prior to joining SpotX, Randy spent more than a decade at NCC Media leading research teams and establishing industry-wide standards for the application of audience data and insights, most recently serving as NCC’s vice president of research and consumer analytics. Randy lives in Dallas, Texas and holds a Bachelor of Science from The University of Texas at Austin.
Jim Cooper
Editorial Director
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Editorial Director James Cooper oversees all print and digital editorial functions at Adweek, the leading source of news for marketing, media and advertising professionals. It delivers insightful, forward-thinking content across various platforms, including a weekly print magazine, an iPad app, daily newsletters, social media, original videos, events and awards. Adweek is a must-read for CMOs, creatives, media buyers, content creators, agency heads and anyone looking to stay informed about the media and marketing landscape. Cooper started at the Adweek magazine group as a reporter at Mediaweek in 1998 and rose to executive editor before shifting over to the same role at the new Adweek in October 2012. Before Mediaweek he was the programming editor at Cablevision Magazine and a staff writer at Broadcasting & Cable. He graduate from Kenyon College and received a Master\'s degree in journalism from Boston University.
Chris Copeland
Chris Copeland Info Events
Chris brings more than twenty years of advertising experience to Yieldbot. From the early days of search to present, Chris has been recognized as an innovator in each venture he has led. Chris led the establishment of the first agency-side search marketing agency, Outrider and later helped brands understand the rise of consumer technology adoption as Chief Digital Officer at GroupM Next.
Jacqueline Corbelli
Founder, Chairman, CEO
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Jacqueline is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of BrightLine, the leading advanced television ad solution providing dynamic and interactive ads across the connected OTT landscape. Jacqueline started her career as a banker before moving into change management, and then media. As a change agent, Jacqueline has worked closely with renowned economist, Jeffrey Sachs at the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Solutions Network. She is also working with the Vatican to identify how technology, media, and data can generate justice in society. What drew her to advanced TV advertising was the sweeping change being ushered in by the Internet and digital technologies. As an astute executive, she saw the prospect that shifting consumer behaviors held for media platforms and brands and the opportunit
Chris Corcoran
Chief Content Officer
Katie Couric
Global Anchor
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Katie Couric (@katiecouric), Yahoo Global News Anchor, is an award-winning journalist and TV personality, cancer advocate, documentary film producer and
New York Times best-selling author of The Best Advice I Ever Got: Lessons From Extraordinary Lives.

Couric joined Yahoo in November 2013 as Global News Anchor, where she reports on live world events, covers breaking news, anchors groundbreaking interviews with major newsmakers and cultural figures, and hosts the digital video series: Cities Rising: Rebuilding America, World 3.0 and Now I Get It. Couric is also the executive producer of the documentaries: Fed Up, which looks at the obesity epidemic, and Under the Gun, which traces the history of gun violence in America, and the upcoming documentary, Gender Revolution, that explores the science and culture about gender.

In September 2006, Couric became the first woman at the helm of an evening news cast when she became solo anchor of the CBS Evening News. Couric joined CBS News after a 15-year run as co-anchor of NBC’s Today Show.

Couric is a co-founder of Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) and the National Colorectal Cancer Research Alliance (NCCRA), programs of the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF). Over $370 million has been pledged to SU2C in support of scientific Dream Teams that tackle a myriad of cancers in collaborative and innovative ways. Couric also spearheaded the establishment of the Jay Monahan Center for Gastrointestinal Health at NewYork-Presbyterian / Weill Cornell Medical Center.

Born in Arlington, Virginia, Couric graduated with honors from the University of Virginia in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in English and a focus on American Studies.
Brent Coyle
Global Lead, Xbox Partnership and Promotional Marketing
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Brent Coyle is responsible for leading partnerships for Xbox at Microsoft, driving the promotional strategy and collaboration with top consumer brands. Blockbuster franchises including Halo, Gears of War, and Forza are a few of the brands Brent oversees, as well as the recently released Xbox One S and Project Scorpio, coming Holiday 2017.
Katrina Craigwell
VP, Global Marketing Innovation
Lauren Crampsie
Worldwide CMO
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As Ogilvy & Mather’s chief brand champion, Lauren is responsible for the direction and reputation of one of the world’s most recognized brands and award-winning creative agencies. She is responsible for overall brand strategy, global communications, social media, and corporate responsibility and leads new business on behalf the agency.

Lauren joined Ogilvy & Mather in 2004 as a new business coordinator which led her to become the agency’s youngest director of business development three years later. She was next appointed the agency’s first North American Chief Marketing Officer in 2010 and was elevated, two years later, to worldwide CMO.
During her tenure at the agency, Lauren has been instrumental in adding a number of Fortune 500 brands to the agencies client roster. These brands include:  Aetna, BlackRock, Citizens Bank, IKEA, InterContinental Hotels Group, NASCAR, Philips, Tiffany & Co., Time Warner Cable, Tiffany & Co. and UPS.
As Worldwide CMO, Lauren has implemented a series of initiatives across the network. She focused on internal communications first, relaunching the company’s global intranet along with its most popular series, Miles’ Minute, showcasing the agency’s Global CEO, Miles Young. In 2013, Lauren introduced the official content hub of the agency, ogilvydo.com – the award-winning home for ideas, reporting, debate and analysis – born out of Ogilvy & Mather Asia. In tandem with the launch of ogilvydo.com, Lauren also developed the first-ever agency/publisher content partnership with Fast Company and penned the premier post.

Under Lauren’s leadership and guidance, Ogilvy & Mather has been recognized by Advertising Age as an “Agency to Watch” (2011), the magazine’s 2014 "North America BtoB Agency of the Year” and “Stand Out Agency” (2012, 2013 and 2016).

In addition, the advertising community has applauded Lauren’s professional accomplishments. Advertising Age listed her as a 2011 “Woman to Watch.” That same year, Adweek named her among the most influential Twitter voices. The DMNews Marketing Hall of Femme inducted her in 2013, and in 2015, Lauren was the only advertising industry representative to make Crain’s New York Business “40 Under 40” list. Additionally, she was named to Adweek’s “The Young Influentials” 2015 list, an honor that is bestowed upon 25 people under the age of 40 who have made achievements beyond their years that redefine ambition and achievement and change the industry. 

She is an active and dedicated participant in the 4As, Advertising Women of New York, the Direct Marketing Association, the ANA, and the Paley Media Council. Lauren served as a delegate at the 2015 Media for Social Impact Summit held at the United Nations. Additionally, she was appointed to the MAKERS board, an Emmy-winning TV and digital video initiative that harnesses the power of storytelling to capture and preserve the remarkable achievements of women of yesterday and today to inspire the MAKERS of tomorrow.

Lauren’s work to globally transform the agency into a modern and high-quality marketer led to her appointment to Ogilvy’s Worldwide Board in 2016.

Lauren lives in New York City with her husband, Jason, son, Drake, and dog, Charlie.
Liz Crawford
Author, The Shopper Economy
Liz Crawford Info Events
Crawford has more than 20 years of brand management and consulting experience with a concentration in strategic innovation. Her concept and new product launch, Lysol Antibacterial Kitchen Cleaner, won the prestigious Edison Award for New Products. Over the last few years, Crawford has focused on developing integrated Shopper Marketing strategies for Fortune 500 clients. In September 2016, Crawford will be among the inaugural group of marketers elected into Women of Excellence Hall of Fame, by the Path to Purchase Institute.

Her book, The Shopper Economy (2012 by McGraw-Hill), won the Marketing Book of the Year Silver Award, from UK-based EMM Magazine. She has been quoted as a marketing strategy expert by The Associated Press, BusinessWeek, US News & World Report, Barron’s, Forbes, ABC News, Public Radio, The Lang & O'Leary Exchange, Women's Wear Daily, Chief Marketer Magazine, The Miami Herald, BrandWeek, The Washington Times, Drug Store News, Chain Drug Review, and others.
Jill Cress
Executive Vice President
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Jill Cress is Executive Vice President, Consumer Marketing for Mastercard. In this role, she is responsible for delivering the consumer strategy for the Mastercard brand and its global Priceless preference pillars. She is accountable for the global efforts to bring the consumer to life through consumer segmentation and insights, and has responsibility for the global advertising guidelines and digital platforms for the Mastercard Priceless campaign, ensuring the brand reaches consumers in line with its brand position.

Ms. Cress brings over 20 years of experience in marketing and sales to her current role and has worked in a variety of leadership positions located around the world. In the UK, she led the national sales teams for the UK and Irish markets, and in Brussels, she ran the strategic planning function for Mastercard Europe.

Ms. Cress serves on the New York Metro Advisory Board for NFTE and volunteers her time with several organizations in her community.
Ben Crowell
Head of Product Marketing
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Ben Crowell leads the Waze Go-to-Market Team, focused on creating value for brands and agencies through the development and dissemination of effective advertising products. After receiving a degree in Psychology from Stanford University, Ben joined Google in 2004 where he has contributed to commercialization strategy for AdWords, YouTube, and now Waze.
Mark Cuban
Mark Cuban Info Events
Since the age of 12, Mark has been a natural businessman. Selling garbage bags door to door, the seed was planted early on for what would eventually become long-term success. After graduating from Indiana University - where he briefly owned the most popular bar in town - Mark moved to Dallas. After a dispute with an employer who wanted him to clean instead of closing an important sale, Mark created MicroSolutions, a computer consulting service. He went on to later sell MicroSolutions in 1990 to CompuServe.

In 1995, Mark and long-time friend Todd Wagner came up with an internet based solution to not being able to listen to Hoosiers Basketball games out in Texas. That solution was Broadcast.com - streaming audio over the internet. In just four short years, Broadcast.com (then Audionet) would be sold to Yahoo for $5.6 billion dollars.

Since his acquisition of the Dallas Mavericks in 2000, he has overseen the Mavs competing in the NBA Finals for the first time in franchise history in 2006 - and becoming NBA World Champions in 2011. They are currently listed as one of Forbes' most valuable franchises in sports.

In addition to the Mavs, Mark is chairman and CEO of AXS tv, one of ABC's "Sharks" on the hit show Shark Tank, and an investor in an ever-growing portfolio of businesses. He lives in Dallas with wife Tiffany, daughters Alexis and Alyssa, and son Jake.
Geoff Cubitt
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Geoff has spent 20+ years helping clients create transformational digital platforms and experiences. Geoff has always believed that the key to success in digital is the integration of design and enterprise technology, whether he is helping create HBO’s award winning digital ecosystem or Enterprise Rent-A-Car’s global digital offering. Geoff was a founder of pioneering digital agency Roundarch, which became Isobar US in 2013. His clients have included: NBCUniversal, HBO, Enterprise Holdings, GM, American Express, JPMorgan Chase, Northern Trust, Baxter Healthcare and Best Buy.

Prior to Roundarch, Geoff was a leader in Deloitte Consulting’s CRM and eBusiness practices. He has an MS in Industrial Engineering from Stanford University and a BS in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.
Cris Cummings
Chris Cunningham
Chief Revenue Officer
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Chris has been a featured speaker at various global events, including International CES, Cannes
Lions, IAB's Annual Leadership Meeting, dmexco, Web Summit and f.ounders. He is a regular
contributor to CNBC & Bloomberg TV via on-screen appearances, is the former co-chair of the IAB
Social Media committee and Native Advertising Task Force.

Chris has been named one of the "Most Important People in Mobile Advertising" by Business Insider, as well as being an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Finalist 2 years in a row. He is an active tech start up investor and is the founder of C2 Ventures, a privately-held investment firm that provides seed capital to early stage digital media companies.

Today, Chris is the Chief Revenue Officer at Unacast, the world’s largest network of beacon and proximity data, connecting the physical world to the digital for online retargeting and attribution. Unacast is a Norwegian startup recently raised $5M in series A funding. It is the first company to enable a scalable way for retailers and brands to retarget customers online based on accurate behavior in the physical space. At Unacast, Chris leads revenue and commercial initiatives and is responsible for creating new ways to merchandize proximity data and serve the data-driven ad industry. Prior to Unacast, Chris was the founder and CEO at appssavvy, a pioneer in mobile marketing, where he drove more than $70 million in revenues.
Megan Cunningham
Dani Cushion
Marta Cyhan
Chief Marketing Officer