Founder 3% Conference
Kat Gordon has been called the 'triple threat' of an entrepreneur, ad woman and marketing to women expert and was named one of '30 Most Creative Women in Advertising' by BusinessInsider in 2016 and one of 'Forty Over 40' women disrupting the world in 2014. She is the visionary behind The 3% Conference. Started as a passion project to spotlight a huge business opportunity in advertising – the lack of female creative leadership and its impact on connecting with an overwhelmingly female marketplace – the 3% Conference has grown exponentially since its 2012 launch and has hosted events in 15 cities globally.
Partner, ECD 72andSunny
Carlo is dedicated to growing 72andSunny’s diverse group of talented individuals, and focusing their creative efforts for brands like Google, Samsung, Axe and Adidas. Recent work features world leaders smooching for Benetton and unpacking history for Samsung. Hailing from Italy, he has worked for multicultural companies in the Netherlands and USA, with highlights such as Jogo Bonito for Nike, big football extravaganzas for EA Sports and opening worlds for Heineken. Life outside advertising revolves around his love for comics (he once was the Italian translator of Batman), bad movies, following conspiracy theories, and supporting lesser sports teams.
Associate Director No More
Rachel Haas is the Associate Director of NO MORE, a global campaign to end domestic violence and sexual assault that launched in 2013. She oversees digital strategy, messaging and audience engagement strategies for NO MORE’s large-scale, open-source multimedia campaigns. She has supported the launch of seven Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaigns, including two Super Bowl commercials. She is passion about utilizing the power of digital media to transform social norms and create social change. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies from Washington University in St. Louis.
Senior Vice President Global Brand Management Burger King
Fernando joined Burger King in 2014 after spending 18 years in Unilever. Awarded as Grand Brand Genius by Adweek and as International Marketer of the Year in 2013 by M&M Global, Fernando led the groundbreaking "Dove Sketches" campaign. At Burger King, Fernando is infusing the brand with purpose, modernizing its design, and landing iconic campaigns like Proud Whopper, McWhopper and Whopper Sign. With >50 Lions, 11 Yellow Pencils (D&AD), 1 Grandy and 1 Grand Effie, Fernando believes that brands with purpose achieve long term advantage and better business results.
Monique L. Nelson
Chair and Chief Executive Officer Uniworld
Monique L. Nelson is chair and chief executive officer of UniWorld Group, Inc. (UWG), the longest standing multicultural advertising agency in the world. Today, this list includes Ford Motor Company, Amtrak, Colgate-Palmolive, The Home Depot and the U.S. Marines. As one of the country’s leading multicultural agencies, UWG services its clients with Hispanic, Asian and LGBT marketing and advertising, digital and traditional advertising, consumer insight, public relations and consumer healthcare communications. Ms. Nelson has an MBA in international marketing and finance from Kellstadt Graduate School of Business at DePaul University and a Bachelor of Science degree in human and organizational development from Vanderbilt University.
Anselmo Ramos is the Co-Founder and CCO of DAVID. He is the creative leader behind Burger King's famous 'Proud Whopper' campaign, as well as successful brand campaigns including Heinz's 'Wiener Stampede’ and more. He became CCO of Ogilvy Brazil in 2007, the agency responsible for Dove’s 'Real Beauty Sketches', which won the first Titanium Grand Prix Award at Cannes for Latin America. Ogilvy Brazil was also named Cannes Agency of The Year in 2013, the first Ogilvy office to ever win this award. To date, Anselmo has won multiple prestigious awards from D&AD, Cannes Lions, The One Show and CLIOs.
Jaime Robinson is the Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer of Joan. Prior to Joan, Jaime served as co-Executive Creative Director of Wieden+Kennedy’s New York office, helping shape work for clients like Delta Air Lines, Southern Comfort, Clinique and Equinox. Back in San Francisco, Jaime held the title of VP, Executive Creative Director at Pereira O’Dell. There, she led creative development for headlining campaigns, such as Intel/Toshiba’s 'The Beauty Inside' (which won an entertainment Emmy for 'Outstanding New Approach' along with high industry honors), and helped create multi-award-winning work for LEGO, Skype, Coca-Cola and Airbnb. Jaime’s approach to creativity and marketing earned her a spot on Fast Company’s '100 Most Creative People in Business' and Ad Age’s '40 Under 40'.