Ad Age’s Women to Watch 2016

These Dynamic Executives Are Leaving Their Mark on the Industry

  • Ad Age
  • By Lindsay Stein
  • May 30, 2016

For two decades, Advertising Age has been recognizing women who have made indelible contributions to the worlds of media, marketing and advertising. This year's class kicks off the next decade with an impressive group of achievers who are making a mark on the industry and are helping to shape it for the future. These are the women inspiring the next generation of leaders.

Chloe Gottlieb
Exec VP-exec creative director, R/GA U.S.

In March, Chloe Gottlieb had just been appointed R/GA's exec VP and co-executive creative director for the U.S. when she made an emotional, heartfelt pledge from the stage at the 4A's Transformation Conference to use her hiring power to improve diversity. Ms. Gottlieb, who now oversees work across R/GA's six U.S. offices in partnership with Taras Wayner, said she will continue pushing the shop in terms of diversity, both with work and talent. No stranger to award shows, having been recognized for her efforts for the likes of Nike and Verizon, Ms. Gottlieb is president of this year's Cannes Cyber jury. 

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