The Ad Age Annual Report


Twenty-Five Executives Who Made a Difference

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Each year, Ad Age focuses this special report on women in agencies, marketing and media whose accomplishments and potential demand attention. The honorees are chosen not only because of where they are, but where they're going. In short, they are executives creating the industry's future; they are truly Women to Watch.
xxx Nancy Leibig, Draft
Capitalizing on the Marketing Services Boom
xxx Alina Falcon, Univision Networks
Creating a Hispanic News-Gathering Powerhouse
xxx Angelique Bellmer Krembs, Pepsi-Cola
Reversing a Four-Year Sales Slide
xxx Colleen Jay, Procter & Gamble
Injecting a Spirit of Innovation Into a Home-care Line
xxx Debbie Richman, OMD
Leveraging OMD USA's $4 Billion Worth of Clout
xxx Rohini Miglani, Procter & Gamble
Helping to Transform a Problem Zone to a Profit Center
xxx Sandra Alfaro, Vidal Partnership
Passionate About the Hispanic Market
xxx Kim Feil, Kimberly-Clark Corp.
Cracking the Code That Makes Retail Marketing Work
xxx Lucy Hood, News Corp.
Merging TV and the Mobile 'Third Screen'
xxx Jacqueline Parkes, Major League Baseball
Bringing a Golden Touch to Baseball Marketing
xxx Diane Oshin, 'All You'
Publishing a Magazine for Wal-Mart Nation
xxx Sarah Jensen, Dove Unilever
Steering Unilever's Strongest Global Brand
xxx Tracy Dorsey, Full Circle Entertainment
Master of the Branded Entertainment Mix
xxx Claire Darrow, Andre Balazs Properties
Making Modestly Priced Hotel Spas a Big Draw
xxx Sarah Alter, Quill Corp.
Turning a Web Site Into a Money Machine
xxx Amanda Walsh, Red Cell
Building Red Cell Into a True Network
xxx Andrea Robinson, Estee Lauder Cos.
Part of a New Beauty Marketing 'Dream Team'
xxx Sonia Green, General Motors Corp.
Fueling GM's Hispanic Marketing Efforts
xxx Carol Potter, JWT
Shepherding Unilever Toward Big Global Marketing Ideas
xxx Jo Harlow, Nokia
Helping a Cell Phone Giant Regain Its Cool
xxx Jill Griffin, Havas Media Contacts
Translating Data Findings Into Marketing Solutions
xxx Julie Shumaker, Electronic Arts
Pioneering the Advergaming Business
xxx Sarah Fay, Isobar U.S.
Aligning Aegis' Digital Properties Under One Umbrella
xxx Kathy Gersch,
Transforming a Tech Company Into an Online Retailer
xxx Julie Lyle, Wal-Mart Stores
Overseeing Image Advertising for Earth's Biggest Retailer

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