A world-class mix of the industry's best and brightest.
Jonny Kaldor
Jonny Kaldor Info Events
Prior to setting up Pugpig, Jonny was MD, Technology and Product Development at News Corporation's Digital Media Group, focusing on building new digital brands. This followed three years as CTO at News International, where he was responsible for technology delivery across the business.
Before joining News, Jonny spent his days, weeks and months trying to build a global digital supply chain for EMI Music. It was not easy.
Karen Kaplan
Chairman & CEO
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Karen Kaplan has consistently epitomized what makes Hill Holliday great — energy, optimism, passion, smarts, and loyalty. Not to mention a healthy dose of scrappiness. That's how she went from being the receptionist in 1982 to being named Chairman and CEO.

A driving force behind Hill Holliday’s growth to more than $1 billion in annual billings, she’s been recognized by Business Insider and Advertising Age as one of the most influential women in advertising.

Karen’s leadership has helped build an impressive list of premier clients including Bank of America, Cadillac, Capella University, Celgene, Chili’s, Dunkin’ Donuts, Johnson & Johnson, John Hancock, LG Home Appliances USA, Liberty Mutual, Major League Baseball, Merrell, Merrill Lynch, Novartis, Olympic Paints and Stains, (RED), Smucker’s, Supercuts, TJX, and Verizon Wireless.

She serves on the Boards of Directors for numerous civic and professional organizations, and is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative, an action-oriented community of the most effective CEOs, heads of state, Nobel Prize winners, and non- governmental leaders in the world. Karen is also a Trustee of Fidelity Investments Strategic Advisers Funds and a Director of Vera Bradley.
Marley Kaplan
Head of Innovation
Harry Kargman
Harry Kargman Info Events
Harry Kargman is the founder and CEO of Kargo, the leading mobile brand advertising marketplace. Under Harry’s leadership over the last twelve years, Kargo has transformed from a small start-up into one of the advertising industry’s fastest- growing technology companies — announced as an Inc. 500 winner in 2015.

Today, Kargo works with the world’s most prestigious media companies and brands to deliver high quality mobile brand advertising. Kargo’s technology and ad experiences are integrated into the sites and apps of more than 300 of the largest publishers, and its technology powers the campaigns of more than 200 of the most influential brands. Kargo has won more than 7 Mobi and OMMA awards for creative innovation.

Harry’s experience building Kargo from the ground up has given him a deep understanding of the latest trends, consumer behavior, and the broader forces reshaping the media and advertising landscape. He holds over fifty patents related to Kargo’s technology and continues to drive the company to innovate around mobile advertising solutions, data products and programmatic technology. Harry is a frequent speaker at advertising and technology conferences including CES, IAB and Advertising Week, and has been featured in The New York Times, The Today Show, AdAge, The Wall Street Journal, NPR and dozens of other media outlets.

Harry graduated with honors from Harvard College where he is now an advisor to young entrepreneurs through the Harvard Innovation Lab. He lives in New York City with his wife and three children.
Nadine Karp McHugh
Senior Vice President, Omni Media Strategic Investments and Creative Solutions
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Nadine Karp McHugh is L’Oreal USA’s Senior Vice President, Omni Media Strategic Investments and Creative Solutions, responsible for Omni Media Planning and Investment Best Practices, Strategy Planning Approaches and Investment decisions across all media channels.

Prior to joining L’Oreal in 2014, Nadine was Vice President of Global Integrated Media Communications at Colgate Palmolive. Before joining Colgate, she worked at WPP/GroupM’s Mindshare, most recently running the New York Office. Nadine spent a large part of her career running the Unilever business for Mindshare. She served as the Communications Planner and Client Lead on the award winning “In The Motherhood” webisode series/integrated marketing program – a first of its kind and Cannes Media Lions Winner. Nadine also played a key role on the global Dove Masterbrand integrated team and helped create and nurture unprecedented programs and consumer experiences that grew Dove from a beauty bar into the Masterbrand it is today.
Michael Kassan
Chairman & CEO
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Michael E. Kassan, Chairman and CEO, is an internationally recognized business strategist operating at the intersection of the media, advertising and entertainment industries. He is the founder of MediaLink LLC, a leading Los Angeles- and New York City-based advisory and business development firm that provides critical counsel and direction on issues of marketing, advertising, media, entertainment and digital technology. analysis to many of the Fortune 100’s biggest global brands. Previously, Kassan was the President/COO and Vice-Chairman of Initiative Media Worldwide. In 1997, he was named one of the top media executives in America by Advertising Age Magazine. He joined Initiative Media Worldwide in 1994, and helped grow media billings from $1.5 billion to over $10 billion. Prior to Initiative, he was President and COO of International Video Entertainment (Artisan Entertainment).
Vik Kathuria
Vice President, Head of Global Agency Partnerships
Vik Kathuria Info Events
Vik Kathuria, VP Head of Global Agency Partnerships, Oracle Marketing Cloud, is responsible for building and growing the Oracle Marketing Cloud Global Agency Partnerships team. He was previously the Global Chief Media Officer Worldwide for Razorfish where he led Razorfish’s media practice across North America, Latin America, EMEA, and Asia Pacific. Vik was also a member of the Razorfish Global Executive Board. As one of the few global digital media executives in the industry, Vik was responsible for establishing and leading the digital agenda across the network. He led the network’s global digital strategy, M&A, and offer development - building new capabilities and practice areas to bring to clients. 

Prior to his role at Razorfish, Vik was Global Head of Digital Strategy and Investment and Commercial Activation for MediaCom Worldwide. He was also part of the corporate strategy team within Group M. He was Senior Vice President of Digital Media for OMD.
Helen Katz
SVP and Director of Global Analytics & Insights
Scott Kauffman
Chairman & CEO
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Scott L. Kauffman is the Chairman and CEO of MDC Partners, the progressive marketing and communications network that champions innovative entrepreneurial talent. A seasoned Chief Executive with deep expertise in the advertising, ad tech and data analytics space, Mr. Kauffman was appointed to the MDC Partners Board of Directors in 2006, and most recently served as the Board’s Presiding Director until taking the role of Chairman and CEO in 2015.

Mr. Kauffman began his career in advertising, subsequently going on to serve in senior and executive management capacities in digital entertainment, consumer marketing, media and technology companies, and he is a widely recognized industry leader in the fields of Internet media, consumer marketing and digital entertainment. In 1992, Advertising Age named him one of the top 100 marketers in the country, and in 1996, named him one of twenty digital media masters.

Most recently, Mr. Kauffman was the Co-Founder, President & CEO of New Engineering University, an education services company. Before New Engineering University, he was the President & CEO of Geeknet (NASDAQ:GKNT), the parent company of SourceForge, Slashdot and ThinkGeek. He joined Geeknet shortly after Yahoo! acquired BlueLithium, where he served as President & COO.

Prior to BlueLithium, Mr. Kauffman was President & CEO of several early-stage Internet ventures, including Zinio, MusicNow, Coremetrics and eCoverage. In 1997, Kleiner Perkins recruited him to Silicon Valley to become President & CEO of AdKnowledge, which he filed to take public before negotiating its sale to CMGI in 1999.

Previously, Mr. Kauffman was Vice President & General Manager of online services for CompuServe, and a presenting member on the road show for one of the Internet industry’s first successful IPOs, led by Goldman Sachs. Mr. Kauffman also spent seven years at Time Warner as a member of the founding team of Entertainment Weekly magazine and then as VP Business Development for Time Warner Interactive, and five years at Newsweek as a publisher and GM of Newsweek’s Education Division.

Mr. Kauffman holds an A.B. in English from Vassar College and an MBA in marketing from New York University.
Pam Kaufman
Global CMO and President, Consumer Products
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Pam Kaufman is currently the Global Chief Marketing Officer and President of Consumer Products for Nickelodeon, a division of Viacom. In these dual roles, she also directs all global strategic property planning and marketing efforts across television, digital, social, events and music for Nickelodeon’s iconic franchises and hit preschool properties, including SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and new hits like PAW Patrol. She also leads Nickelodeon’s billion-dollar global consumer products business, which encompasses merchandising and licensing.

As President of Nickelodeon’s global Consumer Products business, Kaufman spearheads licensing programs with high-profile brands including, Mattel and their various divisions, Playmates and Activision; fashion collaborations with designer and style maker Jeremy Scott and NBA Superstar Carmelo Anthony; and partnerships with retail powerhouses including Macy’s, Walmart, Kmart, Target and Toys ‘R’ Us. During her tenure at the helm of the net’s Consumer Products business her team has notched double-digit increased sales across all key retailers for three consecutive years and has ushered the Nick brand into a long list of new retailers.

Kaufman’s focus as Global Chief Marketing Officer is on strategic planning for key franchise properties across all Viacom platforms. Additionally, she has deep experience directing social and experiential marketing initiatives. She helmed the successful reinvention of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles; which has emerged as a global success for Viacom, including a hit CG-animated series; two feature films in partnership with Paramount Pictures; and is a global consumer products powerhouse—currently ranking as the number-one action-figure brand across all retail.

Kaufman oversees the company’s partnership marketing efforts, working with major advertisers such as General Mills and Toyota. She also oversees Nick’s Recreation and Live Events Marketing teams, helming the marketing strategy and support for brand extensions like Nickelodeon Universe at Mall of America, the SpongeBob store at Orlando’s Universal Studios, and the Nickelodeon-branded hotel opening in the Dominican Republic, in partnership with Karisma Hotels & Resorts. She also spearheaded digital initiatives such as the network’s top-selling apps; Nick Radio, the network’s first-ever partnership with iHeartMedia; and live events including the annual Kids’ Choice Awards, the Kids’ Choice Sports Awards and the HALO Awards.

Under Kaufman’s leadership, the Nickelodeon Brand Marketing team was presented with the NAMIC Excellence in Multicultural Marketing award. She’s also received numerous awards in recognition of her innovative work. Most recently, she was named to Multichannel News’ 2016 Class of Wonder Women. Previous accolades include being named Advertising Age’s Entertainment Marketer of the Year, and Brandweek’s Grand Marketer of the Year and Marketer of the Year. She also currently serves as a Board Member of Bottomless Closet.

Before joining Nickelodeon as Vice President of Nickelodeon Promotions Marketing, Kaufman worked at Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., as Vice President, Promotions. There, she started the Promotions Group within TBS’s Licensing & Merchandising division leading the efforts for corporate initiatives like The Flintstones, Scooby Doo and Johnny Quest. she began her career at Grey Advertising’s Beaumont-Bennet division working closely with fast food, packaged goods, and beverage company clients.

Pam earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Communications from American University.
Kathy Kayse
Kathy Kayse Info Events
Kathy Kayse is the Vice President of Sales Strategy and Solutions at Yahoo. A seasoned industry leader, Kathy has extensive cross-platform advertising sales and strategy experience. Prior to joining Yahoo, she served as Executive Vice President of Advertising Sales at Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN) since 2009 where she led the development and execution of advertising sales strategies for the network and its digital assets, including Oprah.com.

Previously, Kathy spent 24 years at Time Warner, including as Executive Vice President of Advertising Sales at AOL. Prior to that, she served as publisher for
People, where she and the sales team achieved record success. Kathy also held publisher positions at Money and FSB: Fortune Small Business after serving in various sales capacities at Time Inc. She began her career in media planning at Wells, Rich, Greene, and J. Walter Thompson.

Kathy is a board member of The ADVERTISING Club of New York and a member of the Advertising Women of New York. She received her Bachelor of Science in Advertising from University of Illinois.
Kristin Keefe
SVP, Production & Program Management
Kristin Keefe Info Events
Kristin Keefe oversees multiple client relationships and acts as the direct client liaison at the portfolio level. She works closely with Firstborn’s executive team to help define a client’s digital strategy and is shaping the agency’s approach to client relations while managing its team of agency producers and program managers.
Kim Kelleher
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Kim Kelleher was named Publisher, Chief Revenue Officer of Wired and Ars Technica in September 2014.

Ms. Kelleher’s career in media, marketing and advertising spans over twenty years. Before Wired, Ms. Kelleher was president of Say Media, where she oversaw the company’s business strategy including global sales, marketing, production, communications, media solutions and content operations. Prior to Say Media, Ms. Kelleher was worldwide publisher of Time. During her tenure, she was named Advertising Age’s Publisher of the Year in October 2011. She also served as vice president and publisher of Sports Illustrated, where she was the first female executive to lead Sports Illustrated advertising sales in the history of the brand. Previously, Ms. Kelleher was vice president and publisher of Self and was inducted into the American Advertising Federation’s Advertising Hall of Achievement, the industry’s premier award for outstanding young advertising professionals.

In addition, Ms. Kelleher is active in many philanthropic initiatives with organizations involved with breast cancer, heart health, and other important causes. She serves on several boards including the Board of Governors of Cancer and Careers, the charitable arm of Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW), Upworthy, The American Advertising Federation and New York Women in Communications.

Ms. Kelleher is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison and resides in New York with her husband and two sons.
Andrew Keller
Global Creative Director
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Andrew Keller is Global Creative Director of Facebook's Creative Shop. As Global Creative Director, he will be responsible for exploring the next era of creativity while empowering mobile innovation of Facebook's storytelling solutions within the creative community.

Andrew's philosophy on creativity in business has always focused on fundamentally connecting with people in unconventional ways that add meaning, utility and value to their lives. He believes Facebook is the platform to explore these themes deeper in partnership with like-minded agencies and brands.

Prior to Facebook, Andrew spent 18 years of his career with creative agency CP+B, starting as an Art Director and rising to Chief Executive Officer and Chief Creative Officer of the agency. Throughout his career, Andrew led numerous accounts including Burger King, MINI, Dominos and American Express.

Andrew is new to New York City, having just moved to the city with his wife and two sets of twin boys.
Jacki Kelley
Jacki Kelley Info Events
Jacki is Chief Operating Officer of Bloomberg Media Group, Bloomberg L.P.'s global multi-platform media organization that comprises web, mobile, television, digital video, radio, print magazines and live events platforms. Jacki, who joined Bloomberg L.P. in September 2014, leads the business operations of Bloomberg Media, with a focus on driving global revenue growth, brand strength and developing the company's new media strategy under CEO Justin B. Smith.

A dynamic leader with more than 20 years of experience, Jacki is widely credited with disrupting traditional business models to successfully meet client objectives across the publishing and advertising industries. She served as CEO for IPG Mediabrands North America and President of Global Clients, most recently dedicating all of her time to leading IPG’s successful bid for all of Microsoft’s creative and deployment work globally. Jacki helped lead a massive expansion of IPG’s global advertising network, which now buys $36 billion in media for clients, including ExxonMobil, Sony and BMW.

Jacki has been honored time and again throughout her career for her extraordinary work. She was named a Matrix Award Honoree by New York Women in Communications; Advertising Woman of the Year by the Advertising Women of New York; and was inducted into the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement. She was named one of Crain’s New York Business’s 50 Most Powerful Women in New York in 2013, one Advertising Age’s 100 Most Influential Women in Advertising and was number one on Business Insider’s 30 Most Powerful Women in Advertising list.

In her role as CEO, IPG Mediabrands North America, Jacki oversaw and integrated tools, technologies and services for all clients based in North America and across the IPG Mediabrands agencies, including Universal McCann, Initiative and bpn, and was responsible for global clients headquartered in North America. Previously, she served as President, North America and Global CEO at Universal McCann, where she helped lead a transformation of the agency, including the introduction of a pay-for-performance model, that led to a major expansion in client base and revenue.

Jacki has also held various business roles at Yahoo!, Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia and USA TODAY. At Yahoo!, she served as Global Head of Strategy and Solutions, where she oversaw the integration of the search and display sales teams into an enhanced sales force. She integrated four sales forces into one while in the role of Executive Vice President, Media Sales at Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, earning the honor of min’s “Sales Team of the Year”.

Jacki started her career at USA TODAY, where she rose from an intern to Senior Vice President of Advertising, overseeing advertising and marketing for all international and domestic editions of the newspaper. In the late 1980s, she was a part of the team that led USA TODAY’s hotel distribution, an innovative marketing strategy at the time that greatly increased the paper’s influence and advertising proposition.
Scott Kelliher
Vice President, Tech/Telco
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Scott Kelliher is Vice President for the technology and telecommunications category at Yahoo. He works with clients within these verticals to develop programs across Yahoo’s display, video, search and mobile advertising, as well as audience and programmatic buying offerings.

Prior to Yahoo, Kelliher worked at AOL for six years, serving as the Chief Development Officer for the technology and telecommunications vertical. He was responsible for leading AOL’s go-to-market strategy for this category and representing AOL’s core media assets, including its owned and operated sites, programmatic technologies and platforms, mobile, video, product and native formats. Previously, Kelliher was the East Region Telecom & Technology Category Sales Director and led AOL’s Sales Strategy Development Team for the east and southeastern U.S.

Before joining AOL, Kelliher was the Director of Mobile Media Services for Virgin Mobile, where he oversaw the sales and development of national programs, including custom content integrations, on-deck WAP banner ads, and Sugar Mama, Virgin Mobile’s platform designed to allow customers to interact with advertising in exchange for free airtime. Prior to Virgin Mobile, Kelliher was the National Director of Sales for The Lodge, one of the country’s foremost providers of original music for television commercials.

A frequent speaker on panels and at industry events, Kelliher is a graduate of Bates College.
Sophie Kelly
SVP Marketing NA Whiskey Portfolios
Katie Kempner
Creator & Host
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Katie Kempner is the Founder of Kempner Communications and host of “Perspectives with Katie Kempner,” an online series and iHeartRadio on demand show.
Kempner Communications is a high end consultancy specializing in reputation and brand management for clients including CP+B and 72andSunny. Prior to founding her
own firm, she was EVP/Chief Communications Officer at Crispin Porter + Bogusky, where she was responsible for overseeing global communications throughout their nine international offices.
“Perspectives with Katie Kempner” is a series of inspiring conversations with incredible working women balancing busy lives. It explores how working women are able
to manage their many different roles: business leader, partner, mother, friend, and yet still retain a sense of self.
Katie resides in Miami Beach with her husband, two teenagers and two dogs. When she is not busy working or traveling, Katie can be found writing for her Huffington Post blog and spending time with her family.
Kristi Kennedy
Senior Director of Social Media
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Kristi leads strategy and execution across nine social platforms for general market and Hispanic communities at Time Warner Cable. She leads an in-house team and multiple agencies to grow residential revenue and promote TWC products and services. Including: platform and content strategies, community management, brand narrative, KPI framework and measurement.

Kellyn Kenny
Vice President, Marketing
Imran Khan
Fatemeh Khatibloo
Principal Analyst
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Fatemeh serves Customer Insights Professionals, with a focus on the shifting consumer data ecosystem, including how privacy issues affect marketing and how customer preference centers improve engagement. Her seminal research on personal identity management (PIDM) describes how consumers will soon manage the sharing of their personal data with each other and with businesses. Her report "Adaptive Intelligence" further defines a framework for privacy-compliant data sharing between organizations to gain insight, reduce risk, and increase profitability.
Fatemeh focuses on privacy, identity, CI services, CI strategy, data monetization, data sharing, adaptive intelligence, and consumer preference.
Fatemeh's research has been featured in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, AllThingsD, CNBC, and AdAge. She has contributed to the Harvard Business Review and Financial Times, provided commentary on NPR and the BBC, and been credited in the World Economic Forum's "Rethinking Personal Data" report. She is a frequent speaker at industry and client events, including SxSW, DataWeek, and PrivacyIdentityInnovation.
Lawrence Kiey
Co-founder, Chairman & CEO
Zach King
Instagram, Snapchat and YouTube Personality

Zach King Info Events
Zach King, is a Filmmaker, Instagrammer, YouTuber and overall social media sensation. Fans the world over have enjoyed his imaginative and magical video creations. His work has landed him features on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Good Morning America, Adweek & People Magazine, and recently he was contender on the hit CBS show the Amazing Race with his new bride, Rachel.

Starting in his college dorm room, Zach began to grow a worldwide audience with film editing tutorials and fun, energy filled short films. After several viral hits on YouTube, Zach began creating content for social platforms Vine and Instagram and found even larger success.

Zach's creativity, passion for people and dedication has led him to create a successful brand and paved the way in 2015 to begin a multimedia production company. Together, Zach and his team create content for millions of fans as well as companies such as Walt Disney Pictures, Crayola, Nike, Coca-Cola and many more.
Jason Kint
Jason Kint Info Events
Jason Kint is CEO of Digital Content Next, the only trade association to exclusively serve the unique and diverse needs of high-quality digital content companies that manage trusted, direct relationships with consumers and marketers. Established in 2001 as the Online Publishers Association, the organization focuses on digital innovation and the creation of opportunities for high-quality digital content companies today and in the future. Jason’s focus for Digital Content Next is on guiding its members – a diverse and powerful group of members from established media brands such as The New York Times, NBC, Conde Nast and ESPN, to digital natives, such as Vox, Slate and Business Insider into the future and setting the agenda for discussions on issues ranging from net neutrality to revenue innovation to privacy.
Hal Kirkland
"Kids" VR Director
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Hal Kirkland is an internationally awarded Director and Creative Director who has created campaigns, films and interactive experiences for some of the world’s best brands, bands, agencies and cultural institutions. This last year he directed an interactive music video for Led Zeppelin that invites fans get to step behind the facade of their legendary album, Physical graffiti and traverse 17 music videos simultaneously. He’s empowered audiences to play Director of a commercial gone awry alongside the loveable, Jennifer Aniston. And most recently choreographed over 100 people in a VR single-take music video for American chart-topping band, OneRepublic. 

As Media Artist and founder of Audio Tour Hack he’s hijacked the context of entire exhibitions at the MoMA, and Guggenheim New York. The latter, Artobots Guggenheim, reimagined John Chamberlain’s Choices Exhibition as a memorial for a defeated Autobot army.
Richard Kirshenbaum
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Richard Kirshenbaum is one of the most exciting personalities in New York City advertising. In 1987, at age twenty-six, he cofounded the Kirshenbaum Bond + Partners agency, which pioneered such innovative concepts as the pop-up store, sidewalk advertising, and other forms of high-visibility guerrilla marketing. In 2011 Kirshenbaum launched NSG/SWAT, a high-profile boutique branding agency that works with entrepreneurs and emerging companies.
Kirshenbaum has lectured at Harvard Business School, appeared on 20/20, named to Crain’s New York Business’s “40 under Forty” list, inducted into the Advertising Hall of Fame in 2000, and snagged second place on a list of the top one hundred US entrepreneurs. He is the author of the business book Under the Radar; the relationship guide Closing the Deal; the advertising memoir Madboy, an Amazon bestseller; and Isn’t That Rich?, a compilation of essays from his New York Observer column.
Andrew Klein
Associate Director, Social Experience & Custom Product
Jeff Klein
VP of National Brands and Portfolio Marketing
Jeff Klein Info Events
Jeff Klein currently serves as vice president of national brands and portfolio marketing for Frito-Lay North America, leading the strategic growth plans for Tostitos and Dips, Ruffles, Frito-Lay 2 Go, and the Value portfolio, as well as Sports Marketing initiatives. He has led marketing initiatives targeting men, including work with the Ruffles brand and pairing beer with chips. In 2014, Ad Age named Jeff one of its “40 Under 40” class recognizing bright young stars in marketing. Jeff was acknowledged for his work on the Doritos brand in North America and more specifically, the Doritos Locos Tacos launch, the successful co-branded Taco Bell taco that launched in 2012.
Adam Kleinberg
Adam Kleinberg Info Events
Adam is the CEO of Traction, an agency in San Francisco that believes everything is interactive. Traction creates compelling content and meaningful experiences for brands like Apple, Lenovo, Charles Schwab, Dolby and Bank of America.
MediaPost named Adam an OMMA All-Star in 2013, an award given to the three most influential digital creatives in the U.S. each year. In 2013, Traction, the award-winning agency he co-founded and runs nabbed Silver for Ad Age Small Agency of the Year on the West Coast, was a finalist for iMedia's Small Agency of the Year, and won Interactive Agency of the Year from BtoB Magazine (for the second time). 

They followed that up in 2014 by being named iMedia's Independent Agency of the Year.
Adam is a prominent voice in the advertising industry. He is a regular columnist for Ad Age and has also been published in Forbes, Mashable, Digiday and Entrepreneur and a speaker at dozens of events like SXSW, Ad Age Digital, ad:tech and iMedia Summits.
Allie Kline
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As Chief Marketing Officer of AOL Inc., Allie leads the global marketing strategy for the company’s corporate efforts, advertising platforms and content marketing solutions group. Previously, she served as Chief Marketing Officer for the AOL Platforms family of brands, leading global marketing and communications for AOL’s industry-leading advertising and technology arm.

Allie comes to us from 33Across, a big data and social graph company that works with Fortune 1000 advertisers and the world’s largest publishers, where she served as CMO. Prior to her time at 33Across, she was the VP of Marketing for Brand Affinity Technologies, where she oversaw the endorsement platform’s marketing and over 6,500 athlete and celebrity relationships. Allie is a recipient of the ad:tech.

Industry Achievement Award and proudly sits on the board of AOL’s Charitable Foundation. She is an industry veteran who has led brand management and marketing strategy for technology-focused organizations for over fifteen years.

Allie received her B.A. in Corporate Communications from Ithaca College. She and her husband live in Washington, D.C. with their two children. A devoted Celtics fan, she spends every other year in mourning for what could have been.
David Kline
EVP, Charter & President
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David Kline joined Charter in October 2015 as Executive Vice President of Charter and President of Spectrum Reach, Charter’s advertising sales division. Before joining Charter, Mr. Kline served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Visible World.

Prior to that position he was Chief Operating Officer of Ensequence. Mr. Kline also served as President and Chief Operating Officer of Cablevision Media Sales for more than 15 years, overseeing the company’s advertising businesses. Mr. Kline holds a bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University.
Kevin Knight
Head of Content & Brand Strategy
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Kevin Knight leads Pinterest's creative and brand strategy team, which works with advertisers to craft Pinterest strategies and promote great content. Before joining Pinterest, Kevin worked at the Facebook Creative Shop in New York City, developing some of the most successful advertising campaigns on Facebook. He also used to work in marketing at Google and Microsoft and the Office of the Governor of Utah. Kevin earned his BA at the University of Utah and an MBA from MIT. He's a Salt Lake City native who now lives in Oakland, California with his wife and three kids.
Jason Kodish
Global Chief Data Scientist
Peter Koechley
Peter Koechley Info Events
Peter has been making important ideas irresistible for more than a decade — as an Onion editor, a viral video producer, and now, as a co-founder of Upworthy.

At 24, he became managing editor of The Onion. Peter joined MoveOn.org in 2007 to work on video strategy and youth vote initiatives. In early 2012, Peter co-founded Upworthy with longtime collaborator Eli Pariser. The pair set out to prove once and for all that what’s important can be incredibly popular, even if what’s popular isn’t usually important.

A Madison, Wisconsin native, Peter is based in Brooklyn, where he lives with his wife, toddler son, and dog. You should follow him on Twitter @peterkoechley.
Bill Koenigsberg
President, CEO, & Founder
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Bill Koenigsberg founded Horizon Media in 1989, with leadership and client service as its central tenets. Today, with more than $6.3 billion in client investments and more than 1,200 employees, Horizon is the largest and fastest-growing privately-held media agency in the world, representing clients including GEICO, Capital One, Burger King and A+E Networks. The agency has been featured as an incredible workplace for consecutive years by publications including Crain’s New York, Los Angeles Business Journal and Advertising Age and Adweek.

In 2014, Bill was inducted to the Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame, which honors pioneers and innovators of the electronic arts. In 2014, Bill was the first media executive to be named board chair of the 4A’s and is the only person to receive the prestigious Advertising Age Media Maven Award twice. Bill was also honored as Media Executive of the Year by Mediaweek and featured as one of its top 50 most influential executives in the industry.

Bill believes that the marketplace dynamics are right for a new media agency network to breathe creativity and innovation into the advertising industry, and recently announced the launch of a stand-alone agency, Canvas Worldwide, in partnership with INNOCEAN Worldwide. Canvas Worldwide combines the scale of INNOCEAN Worldwide’s global footprint with Horizon’s industry-leading media expertise, resources and strength in the market.

Bill is currently Chairman of the 4A’s Board of Directors, and serves on the board of the International Radio and Television Society and as Chairman of the Media Exposure Committee. Bill is Chairman of the Board for Columbus Media International, providing international coverage across 60 territories worldwide including North America, Latin America, Europe, Russia and Asia Pacific. He additionally serves on the board of philanthropic organizations including Partnership at Drugfree.org, and City Harvest, where he led Horizon in making a $250,000 donation to the organization as part of Horizon’s 20th anniversary celebration.
John Koetsier
Mobile Economist
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As Mobile Economist at TUNE, I forecast and analyze trends affecting the mobile ecosystem. I've been a journalist, analyst, and corporate executive, and have chronicled the rise of the mobile economy. Before joining TUNE, I built the VB Insight research team at VentureBeat and managed teams creating software for partners like Intel and Disney. In addition, I've led technical teams, built social sites and mobile apps, and consulted on mobile, social, and IoT. In 2014, I was named to Folio's top 100 of the media industry's "most innovative entrepreneurs and market shaker-uppers.” I live in British Columbia, Canada with my family, where I coach baseball and ice hockey, though not at the same time.
David Kohl
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David Kohl is CEO of Morgan Digital Ventures, a strategy and operations consulting firm that grows digital businesses. David helps media and entertainment companies of all sizes take growth strategy from concept to commercial reality. He has a proven track record of driving quantifiable business and operations performance improvement with some of the largest cable and broadcast networks, global advertising agencies and emerging-growth digital media companies. David is a hands-on leader that makes strategy real across the organization and into the market.
Len Komoroski
Chief Executive Officer
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Len Komoroski is Chief Executive Officer of the NBA Champion Cleveland Cavaliers and Quicken Loans Arena organization. The organization includes the Lake Erie Monsters (AHL), Cleveland Gladiators (AFL), and Canton Charge (NBADL). In addition, he plays a leadership role for business operations and business-related endeavors for Cavs majority owner Dan Gilbert’s family of sports and entertainment interests in Ohio. He is also a principal in Rock Gaming, which operates Horseshoe Casino Cleveland.

With more than 30 years of experience in pro sports and entertainment, Komoroski’s leadership has helped set a solid business foundation from which the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lake Erie Monsters, Cleveland Gladiators, Canton Charge and Quicken Loans Arena have flourished into one of the most successfully operated sports and entertainment organizations in the country.
Paul Kontonis
Chief Marketing and Communications Officer
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Paul Kontonis is a 20 year digital media veteran with an industry leading expertise in the business, marketing, programming, cross-platform video distribution and monetization of original digital content. Paul currently serves as the President of the Global Online Video Association, an industry-funded trade association that advocates and supports the advertising, licensing, production, distribution and overall business interests of its member companies to accelerate growth in the online video industry.

Paul extends his industry leadership as the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer at Digiday Media, a next-generation vertical media company operating two global media brands: Digiday, modern media and marketing, and Glossy, fashion, luxury and tech.
Arie Kopelman
Vice Chairman
Oleg Korenfeld
EVP, Ad Tech & Platforms
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Oleg Korenfeld leads Advertising Technology & Platforms at Mediavest | Spark and serves as a Data, Technology and Innovation lead across Publicis Media. Previously, Oleg held strategic and operational positions at advertising technology innovation companies DoubleClick, Right Media and Jumptap, new media publishers lCommunity Connect, Thrillist and traditional publishers Hachette Filipacchi Media/Hearst.
Oleg's professional expertise cuts across all angles of digital advertising ecosystem including Ad Tech, Demand and Supply sides. Oleg has hands-on experience in digital strategy, advertising operations, business development, go to market strategy, business intelligence/analytics, ad product, native/custom content, video, audience/data, and guaranteed and RTB programmatic activation and optimization across supply and demand. This deep and broad experience across desktop, mobile, e-commerce, Advanced TV and email environments affords Oleg a holistic view of the marketplace and its futu
Heather Kozera
Director, Digital Marketing
Nancy Kramer
Chief Evangelist
Nancy Kramer Info Events
With a belief that creativity and technology have the power to change the world, Nancy Kramer founded Resource/Ammirati, An IBM Company, with Apple as its first client in 1981. Over the next three decades, she grew the firm into a multi-office digital marketing pioneer with clients such as Victoria’s Secret, P&G and Nestle by delivering innovative, consumer-centric marketing experiences. In 2016, she helped usher in a new era for the company, when it became IBM’s first creative agency acquisition, becoming part of IBM iX, the world’s largest design, digital and cognitive consultancy.
Throughout her career, Kramer has played a pivotal role in transforming the advertising industry, a distinction recognized by Ad Age when she was included among the “100 Most Influential Women in Advertising.” In addition to serving as Chairman of Resource/Ammirati, she now applies her drive and passion for the business to her role as Chief Evangelist for IBM iX. In this new position, she is responsible for strengthening relationships with CMOs and across the C-Suite, inspiring and sharing the evolving story of IBM iX and Resource/Ammirati, and helping IBM iX deliver on its brand promise.
Kramer also serves on a number of boards, including The Columbus Foundation, The Columbus Partnership, LBrands Foundation, The Ohio State University Advancement Committee, The Wellington School, Wexner Center for the Arts and publicly-traded MI Homes.
Ashley Krammer
Partner, Associate Director Programmatic Trading Desk
Michael Kranish
Investigative Political Reporter
Michael Kranish Info Events
Michael Kranish is an investigative political reporter for The Washington Post. He is the coauthor of John F. Kerry and The Real Romney, both Boston Globe biographies of the presidential candidates, and the author of Flight from Monticello: Thomas Jefferson at War. He was the recipient of the Society of Professional Journalists Award for Washington Correspondence in 2016.
Philip Krim
Cofounder & Chief Executive Officer
Philip Krim Info Events
As CEO, Philip leads Casper’s comprehensive business strategy, expansion, and vision for the
future. Working with the company’s four other cofounders, Philip drives Casper’s goal of becoming the first end to end sleep brand. Philip and Casper’s cofounders recognized a paradox in 2014 — a generation of entrepreneurs and working professionals who were placing increasing value on their health and fitness were neglecting sleep. Casper is now reimagining the sleep industry from the ground up.

A serial entrepreneur, Philip has founded and served as CEO at two previous startups, where
he focused on new and evolving consumer and ecommerce trends. He launched his very first
business out of his dorm room at the University of Texas, Austin.
Kyle Kuklinksi
Director, Marketing Strategy, Customer Acquisition
Atin Kulkarni
Sr. Director, Portfolio Strategy & Analytics
Atin Kulkarni Info Events
Atin Kulkarni is the Senior Director of Portfolio Strategy & Analytics at Frito-Lay Inc. His primary responsibilities include driving growth through media strategy & marketing mix optimization opportunities, developing deep understanding of future shape of demand. Atin has 15+ years of building sales & marketing analytics capability and actionable consumer insights, in both online and offline worlds.