Top 15 Women Marketers We Admire

At Xenia, we have been working hard to deliver the best marketing solutions for our clients. On International Women’s day, we take the opportunity to list some of the Top 15 Women Marketers We Admire. We have had the opportunity to work with some of them and are privileged to meet some of them as well.

We hope you join us in admiring and appreciating their work. Here’s wishing everyone a very happy international women’s day.

Here is a list of the Top 15 Women Marketers We Admire

1) Gini Dietrich – Founder and CEO of Arment Dietrich

Arment Dietrich is a Chicago-based integrated marketing communications firm. Gini is also the lead blogger at the PR and marketing blog, Spin Sucks, is co-author of Marketing In the Round, and is co-host of Inside PR, a weekly podcast about communications and social media.

Reach Gini on Twitter

Website : (Chicago PR Firm) | (PR and Marketing Blog)

2) Heidi Cohen – Chief Content Officer at Actionable Marketing Guide

Heidi is an integrated marketer who creates profitable products and programs that deepen and extend customer relationships to build brands and businesses . She provides innovative marketing and branding strategies that increase revenues, drive brand awareness, and solidify customer relationships. As a senior executive recently said, “When you meet with Heidi, you will get at least 5 new ideas to grow your business.”

Reach Heidi on Twitter
Website : (Blog) | (Company Website)

3) Ann Handley – Head of Content at MarketingProfs

As the head of content at MarketingProfs, Ann Handley is a powerhouse in the world of content marketing. Having written the WSJ bestseller Everybody Writes: Your Go-To Guide to Creating Ridiculously Good Content, as well as co-authoring Content Rules: How to Create Killer Blogs, Ann is spearheading the movement for better content. She also frequently writes for Entrepreneur, Huffington Post, and Mashable on digital marketing for business.

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4) Wendy Marx – President of Marx Communication

Wendy Marx is President of Marx Communications, an award-winning boutique B2B Public Relations agency known for turning companies and executives, including start-ups, into industry icons. Her company uses PR, inbound and content marketing to create awareness, credibility and leads to grow SMBs. To keep abreast of B2B PR and marketing trends, visit her blog.
Reach Wendy on Twitter

Website : (B2B Public Relations Agency) | (Fast Company Blog) | (B2B PR Sense Blog)

5) Deborah Marconi – Owner of Marconi Communication

Deborah Marconi is the owner of Marconi Communications, helping businesses augment their marketing communications strategy and tactics. According to her, “Sometimes a business is too small to devote an individual or a team to lead its marketing communications efforts. And, sometimes the team is so focused on the day-to-day demands of the business that team members don’t have the time or the expertise to make progress in a specific area”. And that’s where she help.
Reach Deborah on Twitter
Website: (Company Website)

6) Brenda Stoltz – CEO and Founder of Ariad Partners

Brenda S. Stoltz is the CEO and founder of Ariad Partners and has over 20 years of experience in helping companies from Fortune 100 to startup, generate leads, increase sales and accelerate value. Get more expert advice about inbound marketing, SEO, lead generation and sales and marketing alignment on her blog.
Websites : (Business Growth Strategy) | | (Pro Bono Volunteers Needed)

7) Claire Diaz-Ortiz – Founder of Hope Runs : Non profit Organization

Claire Diaz-Ortiz is a speaker, technology innovator, and author. As one of the earliest Twitter employees, Claire has been cited as ‘The Woman Who Got the Pope on Twitter’, as well as one of the ten most generous people in social media. She’s the founder of Hope Runs, a nonprofit organization in Kenya for AIDS orphanages, and is author of the book Twitter for Good: Change the World One Tweet at at Time. She’s appeared on CNN, the BBC, and in Time, and has spoken at events including TEDx and South by Southwest.
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8) Kim Garst – Co- Founder of Boom

Kim Garst is a Forbes Top Ten Social Media Power Influencer, co-founder of Boom! Social, and best-selling author of The Quick and Easy Guide to Branding your Business and Creating Massive Sales with Pinterest. She’s one of the most retweeted people in digital marketing, having advised companies such as Microsoft, IBM, and Mastercard in social and digital marketing.
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9) Amanda Todorovich – Content Marketing Leader

Amanda Todorovich was named as 2016 Content Marketer of the Year by the Content Marketing Institute. Content marketing and social media thought leader with 20 years of storytelling experience. Speaker. Passionate about innovative communication and strategic content of all kinds. 2015 Direct Marketing News 40 Under 40 honoree. Amanda Todorovich is specialized in Healthcare content marketing, social media digital marketing, brand journalism, blogging, customized communications/content, syndication, media relations, PR, online marketing, new media.
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10) Mari Smith – Social Media Strategist

Mari Smith is a social media strategist particularly influential in Facebook marketing and has been dubbed the “Queen of Facebook”. Co-author of Facebook Marketing: An Hour a Day and author of The New Relationship Marketing, Mari is a top influencer and speaker who regularly appear in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes as a marketing expert. She also appears on Forbes’ list of Top Ten Social Media Power Influencers.
Reach Mari on Twitter

11) Tina Wells – CEO and Founder Of Buzz Marketing Group

As the CEO and founder of Buzz Marketing Group, Tina Wells is a marketing leader specialized in connecting influencers with consumer brands. With a focus on youth marketing, she’s written the book Chasing Youth Culture and Getting It Right, as well as sitting on the board of NPH USA, an organization helping raise orphaned children in Latin America and the Caribbean. She also serves on the United Nations Foundation’s Global Entrepreneurs Council and the Young Entrepreneur council.
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12) Amy Porterfield – Social Media Strategist

Amy Porterfield is a social media strategist and co-author of Facebook Marketing All-in-One for Dummies. Amy works with entrepreneurs and small businesses to strategize social media, and she’s been featured in Forbes, Social Media Examiner, and The Huffington Post. She’s currently the host of the Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast, which helps small businesses get the most out of their online marketing efforts.
Reach Amy on Twitter

Website : (Social Media Marketing Blog)

13) Aleyda Solis – SEO Expert

As an SEO expert, Aleyda Solis is a powerhouse in the online world of SEO. She blogs regularly for Search Engine Land and Moz, and has published a book in Spanish, “SEO: Las Claves Esenciales.” Through her company Orainti, she’s done marketing and SEO consulting for companies including Under Armour and Zillow.
Reach Aleyda on Twitter
Website: (Company Website) | (Personal Website)

14) Wendy Clark – Chief Executive Officer at DDB Worldwide

Wendy Clark, a former Coca-Cola marketing veteran, has been a force after being named CEO of Omnicom’s DDB North America. Under her watch, the agency won new business accounts for major brands like Time Warner Cable, Miller Lite, Persil and most notably McDonald’s. Her innovative and disruptive strategies, within the company as well as outside, have help revitalize the old agency. Wendy’s efforts to think outside the box has propelled the agency to launch initiatives like We Are Unlimited – an agency dedicated to only McDonald’s marketing efforts.
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15) Solange Claudio – President at Moxie

Solange Claudio has been the President of Moxie, the Atlanta advertising agency under the Publicis Groupe, for a little over a year and a half, previously serving as the COO and EVP of Client Management. Under Solange’s leadership, Moxie went through the largest growth period in the agency’s history. She is also working to achieve a more diverse workplace by developing more female leadership within the agency.
Reach Solange on Twitter
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We hope you enjoyed the list of Top 15 Women Marketers We Admire. We thank them for their contribution to the world of Marketing.

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