Marina Maher Communications (MMC) is the preeminent expert in marketing to women. The agency uses proprietary, data-driven methodology to develop fresh insights about women and leverages deep relationships with influencers to motivate women to act. Our always on, 360-degree Creative Catalyst Group (CCG) develops Big Ideas and compelling brand stories that resonate with the media and reverberate across pop culture conversations, reaching consumers at the moments that most influence their decisions. Offerings include Insights & Strategy development, Creative Services and Content Creation, Media & Entertainment Services, Digital Strategy & Community Management and Online Media & Influencer Relations. The agency which develops award-winning programs for Consumer, Health & Well-Being and Food & Beverage companies, has been named a Best Place to Work by AdAge and The Holmes Report. MMC is an Omnicom company.
• Marina Maher, CEO
• Nancy Lowman LaBadie, EVP, MMC Consumer
• Diana Littman, EVP, MMC Health & Well-Being
• Susan Bean, EVP, Creative Catalyst Group
• Carolyn Berke, Chief Operating Officer
• Diana Vienne, EVP, HR, Talent & Organizational Development
• Matthew Anderson, EVP, Chief Marketing Officer
• Jane Brody Koenke, Chief Creative & Inspiration Officer
• Suzanne Haber, Chief of Media Innovations
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