Margaret Molloy interviews 120+ CMOs from influential brands to share real-time brand responses to COVID-19, brand-building insights, and more. Special episodes focus on Gen Z, Pride Month, Sustainability, and Racial Injustice. Guest CMOs include: Linda Boff (CMO, GE), Stephanie Buscemi (CMO, Salesforce), Lynne Biggar (CMO, Visa), Alicia Tillman (CMO, Formerly SAP), Patrizio Spagnoletto (CMO, Hulu), Rajashree Ramakrishnan (CMO, Tata Consultancy Services), Soyoung Kang (CMO, eos), Tariq Hassan (CMO, Formerly Petco), Carla Piñeyro Sublett (SVP, Chief Marketing Officer, IBM), Frank Cooper (CMO, BlackRock), Jonnie Cahill (CMO, Heineken USA), Meenu Bagla (CMO, Cyient), Dean Aragon (CEO & Vice Chairman, Shell Brands International, Shell), Thomas Ranese (VP of Global Marketing, Uber), Rachel Tipograph (CEO & Founder, MikMak), Cynthia Kleinbaum (VP Marketing, Walmart), and more. • Twitter: @siegelgale @margaretmolloy • LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/siegel-gale/ • www.siegelgale.com
Learning to Learn: Asia Matters Global Business Summit with Ellie Norman (Formula 1), Fernando Machado (Activision Blizzard), Rajashree R. (Tata Consultancy Services), and Peter DeBenedictis (Microsoft)
56:33S4 E3: December 1, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Ellie Norman (Director, Marketing & Communications, Formula 1), Fernando Machado (Chief Marketing Officer, Activision Blizzard), Peter DeBenedictis (CMO - Middle East & Africa, Microsoft), and Rajashree R. (Chief Marketing Officer, Tata Consultancy Services) for the CMO Panel at the Asia Matters Global Business Summit. The conversation explores the constant pursuit of improvement, the role of partnerships in brand building, the significance of understanding customers and colleagues, how the pandemic fast-tracked existing trends, and why consumers place a premium on authentic, value-based brands.
CMOs on Corporate Public Boards with Cammie Dunaway (Duolingo), Mike Linton (Ancestry), Zena Arnold (Kimberly-Clark), Paul Alexander (Boston University), Nina Bibby (Formerly, O2), Sonita Lontoh (HP), and Richard Sanderson (Spencer Stuart)
1:00:57S4 E2: November 16th, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Cammie Dunaway (Independent Director, Planet Fitness + Red Robin & CMO, Duolingo), Mike Linton (Independent Director, loanDepot & CRO, Ancestry), Zena Arnold (Independent Director, EZCORP & Chief Digital and Marketing Officer, Kimberly-Clark), Nina Bibby (Non-Executive Director, Barratt Development & former CMO, O2), Sonita Lontoh (Independent Director, sunrun + TrueBlue & CMO, Personalization, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP), and Richard Sanderson (Marketing, Sales and Communications Practice Leader, Spencer Stuart) for Siegel+Gale’s Future of Branding CMO Panel: CMOs on Corporate Public Boards. The conversation unravels the mystery of CMOs and corporate governance. Panelists discussed the unique value a CMO brings to a public board, how marketing leaders can prepare for and obtain their first board role and how serving on a public board can inform their day job, ultimately benefiting the brands they lead.
Hispanic Heritage & Inclusive Storytelling with Cynthia Kleinbaum (Walmart), Rich Orosco (LAFC), Liliana Torres (ABB), Eduardo Conrado (Ascension), Gabriela McManus (Drizly) and Tania Missad (WarnerMedia)
56:55S4 E1: September 29th, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Cynthia Kleinbaum (VP of Marketing, Online Grocery, Membership and Mobile Apps, Walmart), Rich Orosco (EVP, Brand & Community, Los Angeles Football Club), Liliana Torres (Global Head of Marketing Activation—Electrification Business, ABB), Eduardo Conrado (EVP, Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, Ascension), Gabriela McManus (Serret-Campos), (SVP of People Operations, Drizly), and Tania Missad (SVP, Global Research, Insights & Analytics, WarnerMedia) for the inaugural Hispanic Heritage & Inclusive Storytelling edition of Siegel+Gale’s Future of Branding series. During the conversation, panelists discussed understanding the nuances of the Hispanic marketplace, infusing culture year-round in a brand’s offerings, authentic storytelling that resonates with this rapidly evolving market, why DE&I is a responsibility for all marketers and the major mistake brands make when categorizing the 60.5 million Hispanics in the U.S. as a monolithic group.
Purpose and Growth: UN Leaders Summit with Raja Rajamannar (Mastercard), Chris Gray (Pfizer), Frank Cooper (BlackRock), and Maddy Kulkarni (PepsiCo)
43:52S3 E5: June 16, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Raja Rajamannar (Chief Marketing & Communications Officer and President – Healthcare Business, Mastercard), Chris Gray (Head of ESG, Pfizer), Frank Cooper (Global Managing Director and Chief Marketing Officer, BlackRock), and Maddy Kulkarni (Global Marketing Director for Sustainability and Purpose, PepsiCo) for the UN Global Compact Leaders Summit. The conversation explores how a brand’s purpose engenders loyalty, relevance, advocacy, and, ultimately, growth.
Pride 2021 with CMOs Thomas Ranese (Uber), Bradford Shellhammer (eBay), Rachel Tipograph (MikMak), Walter Frye (American Express), and Mark Harrop (Cabinet Office)
53:53S3 E4: June 29, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Thomas Ranese (VP, Global Marketing, Uber), Bradford Shellhammer (VP, Buyer Experience & eBay for Charity, eBay), Rachel Tipograph (CEO & Founder, MikMak), Walter Frye (VP, Global Brand Engagement & Design, American Express), and Mark Harrop (Head of Communications (GCS Flex), Cabinet Office). During the extensive conversation, panelists reflected on how brands have been observing Pride Month and looked to how brands can craft a more inclusive society; how to walk the line between authenticity and action; and how to meaningfully show up for the LGBTQ+ community throughout the entire year—not just in June. In closing, panelists were asked what is the most critical, high-impact thing a brand or an organization can do to support Pride? And what’s your commitment as a marketing leader to the LGBTQ+ community?
Brand Experience with CMOs Jonnie Cahill (Heineken USA), Dean Aragon (Shell Brands International), Meenu Bagla (Cyient), Mark Brennan (AIB), and Mette Munk (Danfoss)
59:17S3 E4: May 26, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Jonnie Cahill (CMO, Heineken USA), Dean Aragon (CEO & Vice-Chairman, Shell Brands International), Meenu Bagla (CMO, Cyient), Mark Brennan (Head of Marketing, AIB), and Mette Munk (Head of Group Branding, Design & Digital Communication, Danfoss) The panel discussion explored how to maintain consistency and authenticity, “storydoing” versus storytelling, not getting sidetracked by jargon and technology and focusing on B2H—business to human interactions. CMOs also share their commitments to taking customer experience to the next level.
Silver Economy (Part 2) with CMOs Michelle Froah (MetLife), Kerry-Ann Betton Stimpson (JMMB Group Jamaica), Michael Joseloff (Fortune), Sonita Lontoh (HP), Russell Barnett (My/Mochi)
57:21S3 E3: May 5, 2021: Margaret Molloy is joined by Michelle Froah (SVP, Global Marketing Strategy and Sciences, MetLife), Kerry-Ann Betton Stimpson (CMO, JMMB Group Jamaica), Michael Joseloff (CMO, Fortune), Sonita Lontoh (Global Head of Marketing, Personalization, 3D Printing and Digital Manufacturing, HP), Russell Barnett (MD + CMO, My/Mochi) and their parents or mentors. During the intergenerational conversation, the panel challenged assumptions about retirement, learned how marketers could communicate effectively without condescension and examined why building—and maintaining—trust is paramount among this demographic. CMOs also share their learnings and their commitments as leaders to engaging the Baby Boomer generation.
Countdown to Earth Day with CMOs Frank Cooper (BlackRock), Meg Galloway Goldthwaite (The Nature Conservancy), Kimberly Kupiecki (DuPont Water Solutions), Catherine Keogh (Kerry) + Akshay Gupta (Corning Gorilla Glass)
1:00:24S3 E2: April 13th, 2021. Margaret Molloy is joined by Frank Cooper (Senior Managing Director and Global Chief Marketing Officer, BlackRock), Catherine Keogh (Group Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Communications, Kerry), Meg Galloway Goldthwaite (Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, The Nature Conservancy), Kimberly Kupiecki (Global Leader Sustainability, Advocacy, Communications, DuPont Water Solutions) and Akshay Gupta (Director Strategic Brand Marketing, Corning Gorilla Glass). The panel explored the relationship between environmental sustainability and brand growth at a time when COVID-19 has only accelerated the dialogue around sustainability and the planet. CMOs also answer the following questions: what gives you the most optimism regarding achieving meaningful progress in environmental sustainability, your brand's commitment to driving the sustainability agenda, and as a marketing leader, your commitment to progress on sustainability?
International Women's Day 2021 with CMOs Sanyu Dillon (Penguin Random House), Lisa McKnight (Mattel), Leanne Cutts (HSBC), Carla Piñeyro Sublett (IBM) and Huda Buhumaid (Dubai Holding)
1:01:51S3 E1: March 8th, 2021. Margaret Molloy is joined by Sanyu Dillon (CMO, Penguin Random House), Lisa McKnight (SVP, Global Head of Barbie & Dolls Portfolio, Mattel), Leanne Cutts (Group CMO, HSBC), Huda Buhumaid (CMO, Dubai Holding) and Carla Piñeyro Sublett (SVP, CMO, IBM). The panel explored leading with empathy, operating from a place of fearlessness, celebrating the diverse communities that they serve and challenging stereotypes around female leaders and entrepreneurs. CMOs also answer the following questions: how will your brand choose to challenge gender bias and inequality in 2021? And as CMO, what is your commitment to forging a more gender-equal world?
2021 resolutions with CMOs Lynne Biggar (Visa), Seth Solomons (Equinox), Patricia Corsi (Bayer), Anddria Clack-Rogers Varnado (Macy's) and Reem Abeidoh (LinkedIn)
55:35S2 E9: December 9th, 2020. Margaret Molloy is joined by Lynne Biggar (CMO, Visa), Seth Solomons (CMO, Equinox), Patricia Corsi (Global Chief Marketing & Digital Officer, Bayer), Anddria Clack-Rogers Varnado (Recent Head of Strategy, Macy's) and Reem Abeidoh (Head of Global Go To Market, LinkedIn). The panel explores shifting customer expectations, the fastest-growing job sectors and why we cannot lose sight of the arduous lessons learned this year. CMOs also answer the following questions: what do you predict will be most important to your customers and, in turn, drive growth in your business in 2021, and what is your professional commitment or resolution for 2021?