ATLANTA, GA - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2018
SPECIAL GUESTS: ELISABETH CHARLES, JUSTIN KEISEL, JEREMY SOINE
Join me in Atlanta, as my guest for this business networking event, and learn from the best of the best at R+F! Reach out to Stacie for your invite.
Elisabeth Charles is the Chief Marketing Officer for Rodan + Fields. As CMO, Elisabeth drives the vision and strategy for Brand Marketing, Creative and Consumer Loyalty. She also spearheads consumer engagement, marketing for product launches and global campaigns, and drives forward the brand’s digital marketing strategy. Elisabeth brings more than 25 years of experience scaling and managing international, high-growth companies and driving marketing campaigns for iconic brands. Most recently, she was the Senior Vice President, General Manager of Old Navy Outlet, following CMO roles at Old Navy and Athleta. She has also held Executive Marketing roles at Petco Animal Supplies and Victoria’s Secret. Elisabeth earned a bachelor’s degree in international political economy from the University of California, Berkeley and has a master’s degree from Harvard Business School.
Jeremy brings 19 years of experience managing businesses with explosive growth in product distribution. Throughout his career, Jeremy has demonstrated leading strategic development, tenacity, passion and creativity for enlisting and motivating teams to align and deliver on goals. Prior to joining Rodan + Fiends, Jeremy worked for Barefoot Wine, where he lead the company to become the number one wine brand in the U.S., bringing in over $400 million in revenue. Focusing his growth strategy on direct-to-consumer brand ambassadors, Jeremy orchestrated a team of nearly 100 “Barefooters” to conduct thousands of events in order to reach customers directly and instill a more organic brand loyalty. Most recently, Jeremy served as COO of the start-up Krave Jerky, the first mass-produced premium jerky brand in the U.S. Under Jeremy’s guidance, Krave Jerky grew from less than $10 million in 2013 to being worth over $200 million when it sold to The Hershey Company in 2015. Jeremy holds an MBA in Marketing and Finance from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago, and a BS with Honors from the University of Puget Sound.