During this event, we will learn how the Super Bowl Anti-Sex Trafficking Committee will be leveraging digital channels for public awareness campaigns, training, fundraising, law enforcement and supporting service providers assisting victims.
Come refreshed from the holidays, ready to dive into 2018! Meet other Twin Cities members, practice your Asks & Gives and learn what Women in Digital is all about.
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7:30 am-8: 00 am: Check-in, grab some coffee and mix and mingle.
8:00 am-8:15 am: Few words from your City Champion, Carolyn Lane.
8:15 am- 9:00 am: Rachael Marret, Anti-Sex Trafficking Super Bowl Committee Member and Principal Owner of Vitamin D Consulting, LLC, on Using Digital to Tackle Sex Trafficking During the Super Bowl and Beyond.
9:00 am- 10:00 am: Asks & Gives networking time.
About the speaker:
Rachael Marret, Principal Owner, Vitamin D Consulting, LLC.
Rachael Marret is a future-facing, independent consultant who brings global experience both as a corporate marketing leader, as well as an agency veteran who has been working in the digital space since 1994, (she remembers GIFs before they were animated).
Her most recent corporate experience was with Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group as Senior Vice President of Consumer Engagement where she had global responsibility for ecommerce, mobile, social media, digital marketing, loyalty/CRM, consumer insights and data analytics across seven hotel brands. She also served on the core team tasked with launching a new hotel concept designed to serve the needs of the tech-centric business traveler.
Prior to that, Rachael worked for the McCann Worldgroup organization, first as Minneapolis Managing Director of their digital agency brand, MRM Worldwide, and later joining Campbell Mithun as the first female president in their 80-year history. During that time, she had the privilege to work with many leading brands, including H&R Block, General Mills, Intel, Microsoft, Sony and Mayo Clinic.
Rachael was one of the original members of MIMA and served on their first Advisory Board. She recently joined the Twin Cities chapter of Women in Digital as Advisory Board Chair. Along with other board work, she is also currently serving on the Anti-Sex Trafficking Committee for Super Bowl LII.
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