Top 10 Women Marketers 2021 – MartechCube$9000
Top 10 Women Marketers 2021 – MartechCube
In our daily routine life, we see so many women revolutionizing things, working hard, achieving their goals, etc. but we don’t get a chance to pay attention to what they are doing, how they are doing. We don’t get a chance to recognize their struggle, applaud for their achievements and encourage them. Women have struggled & fought for the position they hold today, so this Women\’s History Month we are giving a shoutout & honoring women marketers who are redefining tech. International women’s day 2021 is just a couple of days away, and on this encouraging occasion, we at Martech Cube have decided to recognize and honor some of the top women marketers who are redefining the martech industry. We are taking you on a sky ride, where you will get a chance to see MartechCube’s top 10 Women Marketers of the year 2021.
Sydney Sloan, Chief Marketing Officer, SalesLoft – Sydney Sloan is a well-known name in the world of B2B marketing and CMO of SalesLoft. Sydney is an accomplished B2B marketing leader globally and is constantly leading SalesLoft into the next phase of growth ever since she joined it.
Julie Liegl, Chief Marketing Officer, Slack – At every party, there is always a person who is the life of the party, but what makes them so? It’s the ability for spotting opportunities to build exceptional moments, and also bring those moments to life. This description perfectly suits Julie Liegl, CMO of Slack.
Melanie Deziel, Chief Content Officer, StoryFuel – Next on our top Women Marketers list, we have a popular and my personal favorite content creator, Melanie Deziel. She is a keynote speaker, award-winning branded content creator, author, and lifelong storyteller, on a mission to share the power of compelling and credible content.
Pamela Vaughan, Principal Marketing Manager, HubSpot – Pamela is best known for driving organic search traffic and leads for Hubspot’s blog by more than 200% by introducing the concept of historical optimization. She can also be easily found in stock photos on lots of random websites all over the web.
Shannon Brayton, Board Member, Vidyard – The next star in our list of top women marketers is an ex-CMO of LinkedIn, popular and award-winning marketing leader, Shannon Brayton. With 25+ years of experience in shaping corporate narratives and leading teams, her experience ranges from consumer to B2B industries, including LinkedIn, Yahoo!, and eBay.
Purna Virji, Senior Content Solutions Evangelist, LinkedIn – The field of digital marketing is constantly. If you fail to keep up then you are doomed to get left behind. Some marketers know this better than LinkedIn’s Senior Content Solutions Evangelist Purna Virji.
Rani Mani, Head of Social Influencer Enablement, Adobe – Rani is an expert at marketing influencers in the B2B marketing space, an area of influencer marketing that oftentimes gets overlooked for its B2C counterpart.
Olga Andrienko, VP of Brand Marketing, SEMrush – Olga is the Head of Global Marketing at SEMrush and together with her team, she has developed one of the strongest international communities in the marketing industry.
Ann Handley, Chief Content Officer, MarketingProfs – Ann Handley is probably one of the most recognizable names on this list, and you can find her in almost every list of top women marketers. She is the world’s first Chief Content Officer, who speaks and writes about marketing.
Kay Hsu, Head of Creative and Design, Partnerships Marketing, Facebook – Last but not the least, Kay Hsu is an award-winning strategic marketer with experience in product development, brand, communications, creativity, and digital planning.
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