Most recently, the shop supported the release of Paramount Pictures' "Daddy's Home," starring Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg, and Warner Bros.' "Keanu" with Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key. Bacon, who served as senior director of marketing at Island Def Jam Music Group prior to creating 135th, said she wants to "make more headway into the tech industry." The shop won Google's African-American communications business at the end of March, and one of its first efforts on the account was holding a roundtable in early May to connect the tech giant with key influencers, thought leaders and media members.adonna Badger began a crucial conversation across adland in January when her agency, Badger & Winters, launched a hard-hitting video aimed at halting the objectification of women in advertising.The "#Women Not Objects" campaign, which included a second video in March, has received social media support from celebrities such as actor George Takei and singer Alanis Morissette, as well as executives like Pepsi Co Global Beverage Group President Brad Jakeman. Badger, who has been invited to speak at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity this year, will reveal a third video at the event.No stranger to award shows, having been recognized for her efforts for the likes of Nike and Verizon, Ms.Gottlieb is president of this year's Cannes Cyber jury. "It's not always easy to be a working mom in this industry, as many people can tell you, but with the right support system, partner and company, it can be very fulfilling," said Ms.Breithaupt.eraldine Calpin is the hotel guest who can never leave.As chief marketing officer of 97-year-old Hilton, Ms.
ver since getting her foot in the door with Disney's "Tangled" in 2010, Shanté Bacon's 135th Street Agency has done communications and experiential work for the top studios in Hollywood.
In 2015, she became VP and then president of the -billion-a-year global feminine-care business.
At 47, she's P&G's first Asian female president, with a shot at becoming CEO someday.n March, Chloe Gottlieb had just been appointed R/GA's exec VP and co-executive creative director for the U. when she made an emotional, heartfelt pledge from the stage at the 4A's Transformation Conference to use her hiring power to improve diversity. Gottlieb, who now oversees work across R/GA's six U. offices in partnership with Taras Wayner, said she will continue pushing the shop in terms of diversity, both with work and talent.
The bank reported an 11% increase in entertainment spending from its cardholders between 20.
"Through delivering memorable experiences for our card members, we're able to deliver beyond the moment of purchase and be much more than a card," said Ms.