The Ad Club sits at the intersection of marketing and technology. However, if you are on foot, we are between Milk Street and Water Street, in the Financial District. This is where our podcast lives, broadcasting hot topics related to marketing, technology, and creativity.
In this episode, we hear from Mary Mazzio, CEO of 50 Eggs
In this episode, we hear from Makeeba McCreary, Chief of Learning and Community Engagement at Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
In this episode, we hear from Bina Venkataraman, Editor of The Boston Globe.
In this episode Brenda Hodge, CMO, Nuance Communications speaks about healthcare marketing, trends in health and wellness, and specifically, physician burnout and the patient experience. Like many of our Vital Signs speakers, Nuance has been forced to innovate at the speed of light in a rapidly shifting environment amidst the global pandemic. Fortunately, Nuance is built on a culture of innovation and you’ll hear more about that in this episode.
In times of crisis, it’s important to fall back on your values and for Boston Medical Center, that means exceptional care without exception. Hear Kate Walsh, President and CEO discuss how this thinking has led her and her team through the COVID-19 pandemic, while simultaneously embracing telehealth and reaching past the medical encounter with their patients.
Tanisha Sullivan is on a mission to eliminate systemic racism and has been the President of the NAACP Boston since 2016, but her journey began when she was only 6 years old. Hear how Tanisha’s parents ignited her passion for economic equality and educational equity, the influence it has had on her career and how she is leading two teams through a global pandemic and racial unrest.
Join us for more discussion around diversity and inclusion at The 2020 Women’s Leadership Forum: Eyes Wide Open on March 26th. Purchase your tickets today! Go to adclub.org/womens2020
With The Rosoff Awards on May 20th, we’re thrilled to have a conversation with Paul English, founder of King Boston and travel sites, Kayak and Lola. A Bostonian since birth, Paul is passionate about both our city and diversity. He understands that diversity and inclusion must be more than a checkbox for business; it’s an imperative for any company that wants to succeed in a changing world. With King Boston, Paul’s pivotal work in economic and educational progress is driven by the question, what would Martin Luther King and his wife Coretta be focused on if they were living in Boston today?
Our focus on female leadership brings us to a fascinating conversation with the CFO of Dunkin’ Brands, Kate Jaspon. Growing up one town over from the very first Dunkin’ shop, little did she know she’d someday be on the floor of the NASDAQ taking Dunkin’ Brands public. Kate talks of her seismic successes—and surprises— overseeing dough in the male-dominated world of international business.
As we gear up for The Women’s Leadership Forum entitled “Seismic Shifts,” we sit with two of Boston’s top executives, Marianne Harrison, John Hancock’s President and Chief Executive Officer, and Barbara Goose, their Chief Marketing Officer, who have had more than their share of seismic shifts — both personally and professionally. Listen as they discuss how they’ve led through major change.
The Ad Club extends a huge thank you to our Presenting Partner, John Hancock, for their continued support of The Women’s Leadership Forum.
Listen in as the Gold winners of the 2018 Hatch Awards discuss how top creative leaders in Boston generate winning campaigns for their clients and what winning traits they look for when hiring creative talent.
John Moore, Global President of MullenLowe Mediahub, Adweek Executive of the Year, 2017 Media Agency of the Year, Boston Magazine Top 100 Influencers, ( FYI, he was ahead of Jeff Bezos ) and Lion winner sat still for 31 minutes, and 27 seconds as we launched “Between Milk and Water” the first of what promises to be an engaging podcast series focused on all of the hot topics and cool people that are driving our industry.
Thanks for stopping by.
Kathy Kiely, President of The Ad Club