NEW YORK: Advertising Women of New York held its second annual Good, the Bad and the Ugly awards, recognizing images of women in advertising, at the New York Hilton. Among those attending were (l. to r.): Christina Frohock, VP, Walker Communications; Toni Lee, president, TL Communications; Margie Goldsmith, president, MG Communications; TV journalist Deborah Norville; and Ruth Ayres, exec VP-marketing director, and Mary Lou Quinlan, CEO, both of N.W. Ayer & Partners. In the second row: Cathy St. Jean, partner, Judy Wald Partners; and Katie Hennicke, VP-senior copywriter, Campbell Mithun Esty.
ATLANTA: American Association of Advertising Agencies' Atlanta Council and the Creative Club of Atlanta co-sponsored the recent Atlanta Creative Summit at the High Museum. Participants at the event included (l. to r.) Jeff Nixon, president-chief operating officer, Austin Kelley Advertising, and chairman of Four A's Atlanta; Phil Dusenberry, chairman, BBDO Worldwide's New York office; Michael Edmeades, chief marketing officer, WestWayne, and president of Four A's Atlanta; and Jim Newberry, creative director, Fitzgerald & Co., and president of the Creative Club of Atlanta.
SOUTHHAMPTON, N.Y.: Conde Nast hosted a golf outing at Shinnecock Hills Golf Club for publishers and advertisers, including (l. to r.): Andy Sacks, VP-marketing services, Sacks & Rosen; William Lauder, president, Clinique Laboratories USA & Canada; Mitchell B. Fox, VP-publisher, Vanity Fair; and Steven Florio, president-CEO, Conde Nast.
NEW YORK: Celebrating at the Supper Club with Newspaper Association of America's Athena Newspaper Award judge Nancy Rice (l.), senior VP-group creative director, DDB Needham Worldwide, Chicago, are Athena winners Debbie Klonk, associate creative director, DDB Needham, and Daniel Russ, creative director, GSD&M. Standing is photographer Matt Gunther.