The Marketing Academy unveils its 2018 scholars

The Marketing Academy scholarship programme aims to prepare the next generation of marketing leaders for their journey to the top.

The Marketing Academy

The Marketing Academy has revealed the 30 emerging marketing leaders that have made it onto its scholarship programme for 2018.

The 30 marketers went through a three-stage selection process including nominations, pitches and face-to-face interviews to make it into this year’s class. It includes emerging leaders from client-side brands, media owners, agencies and startups.

The programme aims to help the next generation of marketing leaders in their journey to the top. It includes one-to-one mentoring with marketers including Unilever’s Keith Weed, John Lewis customer director Craig Inglis, Amazon’s marketing general manager in EMEA Ed Smith and Airbnb’s marketing director in Europe Caroline Hudack.

In addition, scholars are assigned an executive coach, as well as attending three residential ‘boot camps’ and four lectures hosted by renowned subject matter experts.

Sherilyn Shackell, The Marketing Academy’s founder, says: “I’m delighted that yet again the industry has displayed both the quality of its talent and its commitment to developing the emerging generation of leaders who will shape our future. Our alumni are making an impact the world over due to the incredible companies and people who invest their time and wisdom into our programme. I can’t wait to work with the class of 2018 during what promises to be an amazing year.”

The programme is sponsored by Facebook, ITV, Accenture, PHD, Virgin Atlantic and BT. Marketing Week is a founding partner.

The full line-up of the Marketing Academy UK Scholarship Class of 2018:

Amy Tippen, board account director, AMV BBDO
Andrea Cappi, global senior brand manager, Unilever
Bella Blenkinsopp, PR manager, David Beckham Ventures
Breffni Horgan, director of product, Hostelworld Group
Carly O’Donnell, press office manager, Virgin Atlantic
Chiara Radini, performance marketing manager, Kano Computing
Chris Clayton, senior marketing manager, Nationwide Building Society
Crystal Eisinger, strategy and operations manager, Google
Ed Cracknell , head of marketing, BT Sport
Ed Duncan, head of brand and advertising, Smart Energy GB
Emma Roberts, Lean In Europe programme lead, Sheryl Sandberg & Dave Goldberg Foundation
Florence Broderick, director of solutions marketing, CARTO
Gini Sharvill, global senior brand manager Haagen-Dazs, General Mills
Jack Rogers, co-founder, Chappy
Jessica Treasure, business director, PHD Media
Joanna Della-Ragione, creative producer, Kodak
Joe Mitchell, senior global product & marketing manager, Walgreens Boots Alliance
Josh Turner, founder, Stand 4 Socks
Kate Peregrine, senior commercial manager, Dyson
Kwabena Agyeman-Mensah, lead content strategist, JWT
Laura Vipond, new business director, Karmarama
Lauren Reynolds, brand marketing manager, ITV Studios
Mark Alldred, brand director Quick Meals, Premier Foods
Miruna Constantinescu, senior marketing manager, Mallow and Marsh
Mollie Pearse, head of marketing financial services EMEA, Facebook
Phoebe Gormley, founder, Gormley and Gamble
Sandie Dilger, strategy partner, Ogilvy & Mather
Scott Fenton, marketing director EMEA, UFC
Tony Marsden, senior strategy lead, Bow and Arrow
Will Moy, director, Full Fact

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