International Women of the Year 3/30-4/5 Weekly Recap

  • by SalientMG Team
  • Apr 06, 2020

SalientMG’s recap of our highlighted women from (3/30/2020-4/5/2020) of our International Women’s Year campaign. 

In case you missed it here is the weekly recap! On International Women’s Day, SalientMG launched our International Women’s Day, 365 campaign. At the center of this initiative is a daily spotlight, via our social channels, on a remarkable woman leader, entrepreneur or rising star across marketing, advertising, technology, etc. Here is a quick weekly recap. 

This past week, SalientMG highlighted seven trailblazing women. In case you missed one of our posts, here’s a recap. Please follow and engage with us on our social channels to celebrate #InternationalWomensYear and to ensure we are #EmpoweringVisibility. We will be posting a weekly recap. 

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Mari Kim Novak

Chief Marketing Officer, Yieldmo

Mari Kim is a senior marketer with an extensive background in business development and sales working at global corporations.  She has a unique experience working at leading corporations, start-up and high growth businesses. Mari Kim has a proven track record of success in digital marketing, video and online advertising, online research, creative technology development and public relations. She is a recognized industry speaker and an expert in digital advertising and media. 

Laura Chamberlain

Senior Director of Marketing, Ogury

Laura is an experienced marketer with more than 10 years of exposure in adtech and martech; and is an advocate for Women in Wireless.  Laura leads US marketing and global communication at Ogury. 

Laura was named Mobile Marketer’s “Mobile Women To Watch” list in 2014 and served on the organizing committee for Creative Spirit US

Jen McClellan

Managing Director Executive Visibility, SalientMG 

Jen is a seasoned corporate and marketing communications strategist.  She has over 18 years of experience including a focus on technology, financial and professional services, media relations, executive and corporate positioning, stakeholder engagement, and issues management. 

Jen is a proven leader, manager, and mentor who is a passionate and accountable team player with a strong work ethic. 

Anastasia Williams 

Executive Director, IDEA Initiative & Founder & Chief Curator, TheAList

Throughout Anastasia’s career she has provided cutting-edge counsel on marketplace visibility and event marketing strategy to a wide range of platinum-selling recording artists and Fortune 100/ Fortune 500 companies.  

Through TheAList, Anastasia provides curated access to an exclusive network of POC executives that hold the title of Director to CEO to brands across the TEAMM industries. She serves as an advisor to Snake Nation, a community of storytellers, brand builders, executives and entrepreneurs in Atlanta, GA and South Africa, and is a founding member of the Council of Urban Professionals in Los Angeles.

Anastasia was selected as a top five finalist for The Hustle’s 2X 2018 Woman of the Year award (presented by Salesforce).

Nicole West

VP Digital Strategy & Product, Chipotle

Nicole works closely with marketing leadership to build an elevated field marketing program at Chipotle.  Nicole has 7 years of experience that includes focusing on topics such as eCommerce, marketing, digital, operations, and product management.

Nicole is a rare breed: tech-savvy marketing meets marketing-savvy technologist. 

Elizabeth Vazquez

CEO/President & Co-Founder, We Connect International 

Elizabeth is a world leader in women economic empowerment and global supplier of diversity and inclusion.

Elizabeth is the co-author of the book, “Buying for Impact: How to Buy from Women and Change Our World”. She sits on the Walmart Global Women’s Economic Empowerment Initiative’s International Advisory Council, the Procter & Gamble Supplier Diversity Advisory Council, the Global Citizen and CHIME FOR CHANGE Girls’ and Women’s Committee, and is a Cartier Women’s Initiative Awards Jury Member for North America.

She “rang the bell” at the New York Stock Exchange in 2019 in support of women business owners around the world, sits on several Boards of Directors, and is a W20 and B20 Representative to advance G20 commitments. She also served as a member of the UN Secretary-General’s High-Level Panel on Women’s Economic Empowerment from 2016-2017 with the heads of the UN, the World Bank, the IFM, IKEA Switzerland, the President of Costa Rica and other distinguished world leaders.

Nitasha Tiku

Tech Culture Reporter, The Washington Post

At the Washington Post, Nitasha continues to build on her years of experience covering tech and culture.  Before the Post, Nitahsa was a staff writer for WIRED, Buzzfeed News, The Verge, Valleywag,, The New York Observer and Inc. 

Her strong track record of writing about marginalized employees, aspiring entrepreneurs, leading executives and tech critics have given her a deep understanding of how Silicon Valley thinks and operates.

Come back next week to read another weekly recap other remarkable woman leaders, entrepreneurs, and rising stars from our International Woman’s Year – Read More Here.


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