Lori Senecal is the Global CEO of CP+B or Crispin Porter + Bogusky, an advertising agency responsible for the television ads for today’s Jose Cuervo, Letgo and Domino’s Pizza ads. Before her role in CP+B, Senecal was the CEO and Global Chairman of KBS. As the CEO, KBS grew from an agency with a domestic staff of 250 persons to a worldwide agency with over 900 people. KBS was also recognized by Crain’s as one of the “Best Places to Work in New York City”. KBS was put on the AdAge list of “Standout Agencies” for three years in a row. And before KBS, Lori was President McCann Erickson’s flagship New York office. She was Global Chief Innovation Officer for McCann Worldgroup before that. Check out Interview.net to know more.
Senecal was named among AdAge’s “Women to Watch,” in 2014. She was honored with the Quantum Leap award for leadership and innovation at the AWNY Game Changer Awards in 2013. As a tribute to her respect from her fellow advertising colleagues, Senecal has served as a Member 4A’s and the Ad Council Board of Directors. For more details visit Crunchbase.
Senecal’s leadership qualities were developed early in life. She was the fourth of four girls in her family growing up in Montreal, Canada. Many psychologists think the youngest child is often overly ambitious having at an early age to compete with much more capable individuals. Lori Senecal may have started out struggling to be the best, but when she opted to become a coach of her school’s gymnastics team, she solidified her future. She would never look back, and she has strove to be a leader in every organization in which she has worked.
She graduated from McGill University in Montreal, Canada. At McCann Erickson, she worked with ad campaigns from clients, Coca Cola and Xbox. Coaching taught her valuable leadership skills, which she instituted there to become President of the agency. As a coach she learned to set goals and be consistent, so she begins each day at CP+B with internal meetings with her leadership team from their 10 offices and external meetings with their clients. Senecal stays in the know and up to date with every detail of ongoing campaigns so she can manage each creative step. Follow their Twitter page.
The banking industry is very industry since there is so much stuff that goes into the industry and how they do business. ON wall street there is a lot that goes into making the right investment and it takes a good leader to know how to move and operate in the industry. Equities First Financial Holdings has shown the ability to eat and move in the final industry. They were able to do this by doing jultidue of things that set them apart from their competitors. One thing that the company did was that they made friends with the different companies out there that could help them. The CEO of the company is always done to make a partnership or even all-out buy another company if it would make the there company more useful. This strategy has been extremely useful for the company since they instead of making enemy are making friends.
Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, the former owners of the Phoenix New Times, have left their rolls at the newspaper to start The Frontera Fund and Front Page Confidential.
The two journalists were able to do this due to a 3.75 million dollar lawsuit settlement. In 2007, after the journalists published information concerning the illegal activities of then-Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the two were unlawfully arrested. This event led to the lawsuit and their eventual win.
By founding a new newspaper, one that will focus on social injustices, the duo intend to make sure a United State’s citizen’s first amendment rights are never violated like theirs were. Lacey and Larkin themselves had to go through the struggle of maintaining their first amendment rights, now they want to assist the average citizen as well. Their new paper, Front Page Confidential, hosts content relating to politics, social issues, civil rights and immigration.
Larkin and Lacey are not just fighting for freedom of speech and freedom of the press. That is where The Frontera Fund comes in. By using their new chariable organization, the former New Times journalists hope to help fight for migrant-rights in Arizona.
The initial investigative journalism by the Phoenix New Times against Joe Arpaio was orchestrated because of Arpaio’s racist history concerning foreigners and immigrants. Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin want to do everything in their power to make sure immigrants are not oppressed by men like Joe Arpaio.