Five Fab Women You Should Follow on Social Media Now
We celebrate Women’s History Month to acknowledge the accomplishments of women throughout the years to our culture and society. From science to politics, it’s a chance to reflect on the trailblazing women who lead the way for change. We decided to celebrate this month by featuring five boss ladies in marketing that are leaders in their field and an inspiration to us. Additionally, these women are providing content that excites, teaches, and inspires us in the realm of marketing and life.
Bozoma Saint John, CMO, Endeavor, CMO of Netflix
Bozoma Saint John is the Global Chief Marketing Officer at Netflix! Can we say “you go girl!” Bozoma has worked for powerhouse companies such as Spike Lee’s advertising agency, Spike DDB, PepsiCo, CPG, Apple Music & iTunes, and Endeavor. This woman knows the entertainment industry and is one of the most talented marketers on the planet. Oh and she has a memoir coming out in 2022 that will surely be a must read!
What to expect when you follow Bozoma:
- Opportunities to join workshops exploring marketing and women empowerment
- International activism including support for Ghana issues
- Support for black and LGBTQAI+ community and awareness
Ann Handley, Author, Marketer, Chief Content Officer
Ann Handley is a writer, digital marketing pioneer, and Wall Street Journal best-selling author who inspires and empowers people to create marketing that their customers will love. Ann Handley writes and speaks about how businesses can escape marketing mediocrity to achieve tangible results. If you are looking for better content ideas and ways to get more creative with your content, she is one to follow.
What to expect when you follow Ann:
- Opportunity to join Ann’s newsletter with fresh writings and useful marketing tips
- Invitations to join workshops and discussions with industry experts
- All things content marketing – tips, trends, and ways to enhance your own writing
Maggie Chan Jones, CEO at Tenshey, Board Director at Avast and Open Systems, Women in Leadership Advocate
Maggie Chan Jones is the first female CMO of SAP and was named one of the world’s most influential CMOs by Forbes. She is the founder of Tenshey, a coaching and leadership program designed to create a strong, confident, and empowered pipeline of diverse leaders. We can get behind that!
What you can expect to find by following Maggie:
- Women and diversity articles of interest in an array of industry fields
- Shout outs and bios on women that are positively leading their communities
- Industry insights and trends in women & diversity in the workplace
Leslie Berland, Chief Marketing Officer & Head of People at Twitter
Leslie Berland is the CMO of Twitter. She is also Head of People at the company. Prior to that she spent over a decade in executive roles at AmEx establishing the financial service company’s initial social media strategies. Forbes ranked Berland #3 in their World’s Most Influential CMOs list. This boss lady is definitely one to follow!
What to expect when following Leslie:
- Conversations around changes within Twitter and opportunities to join the discussion
- Inclusion & diversity reports and insights in the industry
- Inside look at what it’s like to work for Twitter
- A look at Twitter’s groundbreaking advertising campaigns
Marsha Wright, Celebrity Influencer, CEO of Promo Nation, Bestselling Author
Marsha Wright is a celebrated entrepreneur, TV business expert & media personality, investor, 4x best-selling author and philanthropist. She’s also one of the most well-known entrepreneur-Influencers in the World.
Marsha is frequently listed as one of the most influential voices in business, marketing, social media & entrepreneurship. Her accolades include hosting the #ThinkBIGSundayWithMarsha™ movement which has trended over 5,000 times, had over 6 million hashtag shares and created billions of social media impressions.
She is also the Co-Founder & CEO of Promo Nation™ (www.PromoNation.co), a disruptive marketing platform to help brands, businesses, celebrities, influencers & thought-leaders, authors, etc. to get more exposure to their target market.
What to expect when following Marsha:
- Pragmatic and real marketing tips and trends – no fluff here, just real examples and best practices abound
- Marketing news alerts that matter
- Opportunity to grab free e-books and join her newsletter full of marketing advice
- Influencer coaching