The AWNY Foundation is the charitable arm of Advertising Women of New York, dedicated to supporting organizations that cater to the needs of women and children in the New York area and to awarding scholarships to selected colleges and universities.
us at Advertising Women of New York Multicultural Alliance's
6th annual Mixer during Advertising Week!
This year, we’re debuting Cocktails and Connections, setting the stage for great conversations between advertising and media mavens at all career levels. We’ll introduce junior professionals to senior executives and help to create meaningful career connections.
Not to mention delicious food, coveted prizes and entertainment from from DJ Prostyle, DJ JayFive, & DJ Scenario.
It is one of AWNY's hottest events every year, so don't miss out -purchase your ticket today!
To connect with the AWNY community before the event - visit the AWNY LinkedIn page.
Hudson Terrace, 621 West 46th Street
6:00 pm 9:00 pm
Join AWNY during Advertising Week for this exciting panel!
CMOs are required to have a broader skill set than ever before, across a wide variety of corporate functions– IT, Sales, Finance, Manufacturing and more. They are expected to utilize consumer data from a variety of sources and technologies, as well as Advertising and Marketing. What do CMOs look for in new opportunities and tools? How do they want to be approached and how are they evaluating and vetting these new opportunities? Come hear the answers from powerhouse female CMOs, across many different disciplines.
- Sapna Maheshwari, Reporter, The New York Times
- Maggie Chan Jones, Chief Marketing Officer, SAP
- Stephanie Fierman, Chief Marketing Officer, MediaCom
- Marie Gulin, Chief Marketing Officer, L’Oreal USA
- Liza Landsman, Chief Customer Officer, Jet.com
- Jamie Moldafsky, Chief Marketing Officer, Wells Fargo
The New York Times, 620 8th Ave - 15th Floor
7:45 am 9:30 am
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Rauxa is proud to announce its status as the largest, woman-owned independent advertising agency today, supported by data from Advertising Age's 2016 Agency Report. I am personally proud to call Rauxa home and serve as its CEO, having worked my way up through the ranks from account coordinator in 2001. Founded in 1999 by Jill Gwaltney, Rauxa today has 230 employees and six offices serving a growing client roster, which includes Gap Inc., Verizon, Allergan, Blue Shield of California and Alaska Airlines. Being independent means that we report to no one but our clients, allowing us to devise and deliver the very best solutions for them. Being woman-owned and woman-led instills the team with a powerful combination of empathy and grit that has built enduring relationships with clients, partners and colleagues.
Call for Nominations
AWNY hosts events throughout the year where we recognize members of our community for leadership and innovation within our community.
She Runs It Study
Accelerating the path to leadership for women in marketing and media Learn More.
Woman of the Year 2016
At this years dinner, we celebrated Alison Lewis, Chief Marketing Officer, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Companies.
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