NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Feb 20, 2013) - The CMO Club, a global peer-to-peer membership organization of 700 Chief Marketing officers, today announced the new CMO Club Chapter President Program. The program aims to enhance local leadership for club content, events, speakers, CMO outreach and engagement.
The CMO Club and its members welcome the following heads of marketing as new Chapter Presidents and their Cities:
- Atlanta - Carol Godfrey, Southwire
- Boston - Nancy Smith, iRobot
- Chicago - Kim Feil, OfficeMax
- Dallas - Paula Puleo, Michaels
- Denver - Susan Lintonsmith, Quiznos
- Houston - James E. Brown Jr., Superior Energy Services
- Los Angeles - Evan Greene, The Recording Academy (The GRAMMYs)
- Minneapolis - Snehal Desai, Dow Water
- New York City - Carol Kruse, ESPN
- San Diego - Wendy Newman, AMN Healthcare
- San Jose - Cammie Dunaway, KidZania
- Washington, DC - Ani Matson, National Education Association, MBC
Chapter presidents will be adding more CMOs to their local CMO Club leadership teams to increase value for members, provide input on top issues and best practices to share, develop content sharing plans for each chapter and to support the CMO Club mantra of the world's best CMO conversations from the most engaged group of CMOs in the world.
According to CMO Club founder and CEO Pete Krainik, "The CMO Club Chapter President program supports our mission to promote the exchange of ideas among Chief Marketing Officers and Marketing Heads. As we do nationally, local chapters will help foster lifelong leadership, learning, career opportunities and relationships for CMOs."
In 2013, CMO Club expects to have an active CMO led chapter in every major city in the US as well as in key international cities.
Each of the regional presidents and over 100 of their CMO peers will convene at the club's International Spring Summit in New York City April 11-12. During the "CMOs only" Summit regional Presidents will be honored during a private reception.
To learn more about the club and request membership, please visit www.thecmoclub.com.
About The CMO Club:
The CMO Club was created for the unique purpose of bringing Chief Marketing Officers together in an environment of openness and contribution that enables them to become better at what they do. Tailored exclusively to top marketing executives, this club hosts dinners and events, shares reports and research from leaders in the marketing industry, and leverages the first online network for "CMOs only" for sharing ideas, helping each other, and serving as a resource for CMO career opportunities. The CMO Club was founded in 2007 by seasoned marketing executive Pete Krainik and currently has over 700 members. Find out more about The CMO Club at www.thecmoclub.com.