Ad Age's Women to Watch program, which started 20 years ago in the U.S. and is now held in eight countries, honors outstanding women in marketing, advertising and media.
The dinner on Monday, June 6, will be held in partnership with WACL (Women in Advertising & Communications London) to celebrate 20 Women to Watch Europe honorees from the U.K. and Western Europe who are changing the industry now.
Find out more about the Women to Watch Europe dinner celebrating this year's honorees at the Savoy in London on Monday, June 6 here.
The 20th anniversary Women to Watch event in the U.S. will be held in New York on Aug. 3, and Women to Watch events will also happen this year in China, Brazil, Turkey, Argentina, Mexico and Colombia.
Here is the full list of Women to Watch Europe honorees who will be celebrated at the June 6 dinner. Read their stories here.
Karen Blackett, chairwoman, MediaCom U.K.
Rachel Bristow, director of client partnerships and collaboration, Sky Media
Valentina Culatti, managing director, Unit9
Tracy De Groose, CEO, Dentsu Aegis Group
Anne de Maupeou, creative chairman, Marcel
Tammy Einav, managing director, Adam & Eve/DDB
Penny Herriman, global brand director, Boden
Karen Heumann, founder and managing director, Thjnk
Tanya Joseph, director, business partnerships, Sport England (#ThisGirlCan)
Debbie Klein, chief executive, Engine Europe & Asia
Amanda Mackenzie, CMO, Aviva, and executive advisor, Project Everyone
Lotta Malm-Hallqvist, global chief growth officer, Cheil Worldwide
Sandrine Plasseraud, managing director, We Are Social, France
Michelle Roberts, general manager-brand communications, Mini UK
Lubomira Rochet, chief digital officer, L'Oreal
Marina Specht, managing director, global Zurich Insurance team, EVP MRM/McCann Europe; CEO of MRM/McCann Spain
Karen Stacey, CEO, Digital Cinema Media
Kathryn Swarbrick, VP marketing for Europe, PepsiCo
Vida Toombs, SVP strategy & operations, Vice U.K.
Sarah Wood, founder and co-CEO, Unruly