Marketing Academy unveils 2014 scholars

Marketers from L’Oreal, Tui, Camelot, ITV and Lloyds Banking Group are among the 30 new executives who will be embarking on the Marketing Academy 2014 Scholarship Programme.

Marketing Academy Class 2014

The Marketing Academy, of which Marketing Week is a founder partner, offers a select group of marketers a year-long programme of mentoring and coaching from senior business leaders and companies.

Sherilyn Shackell, founder of the Marketing Academy, says: “We have once again been blown away by the level of marketing talent here in the UK. We had some incredibly tough decisions to make when choosing the final 30 scholars and we are grateful to everyone who has helped in the selection process.”

The full list of 2014 scholars, unveiled at an invite-only bash at Diageo headquarters, is:

Alan Mak, UK group board member, Havas Worldwide

Amanda Lowe, head of communications, Marketing Birmingham

Andy Hewitt, co-founder, The Interest Network

Benedict Pringle, account director, AMV BBDO

Campbell Butler, senior designer, Wolff Olins

Catherine Greig, director, Make Good

Charlotte McDonnell, marketing manager for national brand advertising – TUI UK & Ireland

Emily Byrne, group product manager UK & Ireland, L’Oreal

Esme Rodger, brand manager, Oykos, Danone Ltd

Harriet Knight, senior account director, Karmarama

Henry Windridge, marketing manager, Hearst Magazines

Holly Oades, marketing manager, EAT

Hortense Foult Rothenburger, brand manager, Carte Noire, Mondelez

Jack Lowman, marketing manager, The Prince’s Trust

Jamil Bhatti, creative manager, Camelot UK Lotteries

Joly Zou, global retail marketing manager, Nokia

Jonathan Gibbs, senior account manager, JKR

Katie Crossfield, marketing manager, Yo! Sushi

Mario Rauter, senior brand strategy manager, Lloyds Banking Group

Muiris O’Riada, global marketing manager, William Grant & Sons

Natalie Post, global senior brand manager, Captain Morgan, Diageo

Natasha Pergl, digital marketing consultant, Capgemini Consulting

Philip Raperport, marketing manager BBC Four, Arts & Music, BBC

Rachel Compton, head of commercial marketing, ITV Network

Ruth Nye, account director, The Good Relations Group

Sarah Cowl, content marketing manager, Aviva

Simon McEvoy, planning director, Jam

Steven Woodgate, social media manager, Microsoft

Susan McClean, head of broadband and calls acquisition marketing, BT Retail

Tom Probert, senior marketing manager, Dyno Services, British Gas

The Marketing Academy

The Marketing Academy’s one-off event, The Art of Curiosity: Why marketing and marketers matter, takes place next week on 19 May 2014. Bringing together speakers including Andy Duncan, managing director of Camelot and Katie Vanneck-Smith, chief marketing officer at News UK, to offer advice on diverse areas of career development, such as leadership and building personal networks.



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