Deb Doyle is the president of Stage2 Marketing, an agency that helps start-up and early stage consumer companies crystallize and execute their marketing plans. She led teams at agencies such as McCann Erickson and Publicis & Hal Riney. Her clients included Sprint PCS, where she introduced the first US camera phone; Stanford Hospital & Clinics, where she created their first brand campaign; and Applied Materials. As both an agency representative and a staff member, Deb acted as regional CMO for McDonald's Restaurants in Arizona and California. Her markets led the country in sales and profits by focusing on solving customer problems. She has a BA in English from Pennsylvania State University.
A respected social media and personal branding expert, Irene Koehler has guided thousands to strategically develop their personal brands in order to achieve their business and career goals. Driven to support others' success, she works closely with clients to understand their objectives and challenges to create a plan which is unique to their needs. Irene is a highly sought-after speaker, trainer, strategist and teaches social media marketing courses at San Francisco State University and California State University. Connect with Irene at Irene Koehler Consulting, on Twitter, Facebook or LinkedIn.
Kwansah Madani is the founder of Sequential Patterns, an e-marketing firm. George Kassagbi has called him "an extraordinarily creative talent." His clients include Gap, Inc., CBS Interactive, MTV Networks, Williams-Sonoma and Wells Fargo. Kwansah is also a songwriter and composer. His latest release, Human Fx, is distributed through iTunes, Spotify, YouTube and on all international music streaming services.
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Alan Segal is a Senior Content Strategist within Wells Fargo's Digital Channels Group, specializing in mobile tools and next-generation transactional experiences. A veteran of international ad agencies and digital shops, Alan has always gravitated to new marketing media and methods, designing the first interactive TV tests at Saks Fifth Avenue (New York) and architecting the first Toyota.com (Saatchi & Saatchi, Los Angeles). After creative-directing Toyota.com for two years, Alan was tapped by Saatchi management to contribute across the global network, in a key role on Telecom New Zealand web initiatives, then as Director of New Media Strategy. In 2001, Alan founded The Offswitch to independently consult, creative-direct, and produce at digital agencies and client-direct on accounts including Google, DirecTV, HP, Charles Schwab, P&G, Walmart.com, and Samsung. Alan earned a BFA in Design & Photography from Temple University (Tyler School of Art).
Tracy Sestili is founder of Social Strand Media, a social media marketing and web design agency. She also serves on Women for Winesense's Board of Directors as their National Marketing Director. A sought-out speaker, she has spoken at BlogHer, WITI, Center for Nonprofits, and Social Media Strategies Summit. Prior, she was the Director of Operations at TiVo Inc. for almost ten years and also co-founded a cancer nonprofit. Tracy earned her BA in Speech Communications from Shippensburg University and is the author of Taking Your Brand from the Bench to the Playing Field (Amazon and Kindle).
Christina leads dynamic companies as they continue to innovate and evolve with the mobile and digital technologies of today and tomorrow. She brings over 15 years of experience including large brands such as Visa, AT&T and Motorola as well as Silicon Valley venture capital funded startups. Her experiences include marketing, product and business development in both big brands and startups, and her work has been recognized by leading industry publications and events. Christina also serves as an advisor for startups in The Founder Institute, Startup Georgia and the Latino Startup Alliance. She has a Master of Business Administration from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Texas at Austin McCombs School of Business.
Noe's research experience spans over 30 years. He began doing research outside of academia in 1976 when he headed the Population Center Foundation's research utilization team. From there he moved to other industries throughout the world. He did consumer research for beer, soft drink, dairy products, feeds, packaging goods for San Miguel Corporation in the Philippines and Papua New Guinea. He performed direct marketing research in the United States for Sears Group of Companies: Credit Card, Merchandising, Maintenance and Warranty, Eyecare, and Tire America, as well as Discover Card and Dean Witter Intercapital. He also done database marketing for Allstate Insurance Company, predictive modelling for clients at Deloitte Consulting Advanced Quantitative Group, and predictive analysis and survey research for AAA Northern California, Nevada, and Utah.
Noe has taught graduate and undergraduate level courses in philosophy at the University of the Philippines, business research at De La Salle School of Business, and marketing research and database marketing at the California State University, East Bay.