Campaign US' official 31 Female Frontier honorees

From Championing Change to Leading the Charge, find out who we're celebrating this year.

Here they are -- in all their glory: Campaign US' Female Frontier 2019 honorees.

In addition to naming five honorees in each of its original categories, Campaign US launched a special editorial choice award for a "fearless pioneer" in the industry.

Thank you to everyone who entered this year’s Female Frontier Awards. All of the nominees sparkled in their own way and we look forward to continue celebrating the achievements of incredible women in advertising, marketing and communications.

Special thanks to sponsors UM, IPG and Omnicom, as well as Twitter for hosting the awards on January 17.

See the honorees below.

Campaign US Choice Award: Fearless Pioneer

This award will be given each year to a fierce woman who Campaign US believes should be lauded for her noteworthy, badass work across the industry.

  • Tiffany R. Warren, senior-VP, chief diversity officer, Omnicom, and founder and president, AdColor


Leading the Charge

Celebrating all the boss ladies dominating leadership or managerial roles.

  • Karina Wilsher, global CEO, Anomaly

  • Sarah Hofstetter, president, Comscore

  • Margaret Johnson, partner and chief creative officer, Goodby Silverstein & Partners,

  • Helen Lin, chief digital officer, Publicis Media

  • Nancy Reyes, president, TBWA New York


Conquering Creativity

Women who are slaying in creative excellence.

  • Jessica Shriftman, senior art director, Wieden & Kennedy New York

  • Stacy Minero, head of content creation, Twitter

  • Jenny Nicholson, group creative director, McKinney

  • Laura Petruccelli, creative director, Goodby Silverstein & Partners

  • Lauren Nagel, VP, executive creative director, Pandora


Transforming Technology

Dedicated to those using technology and data in new and innovative ways.

  • Tricia Clarke-Stone, CEO, WP Narrative

  • Juliana Roding, VP of analytics at Horizon Media’s Horizon Next division

  • Katrina Bekessy, executive technology director, R/GA

  • Mae Karwowski, CEO and founder of Obviously

  • Sarah Ohle, VP of marketing insights at GroundTruth


Making Moves in Media

A celebration of women making meaningful decisions in media planning and buying.

  • Catherine Sullivan, president of U.S. investment, Omnicom Media Group

  • Christine Pineiro, SVP, managing director, Carat

  • Grace Teng, executive director of media and analytics, Zambezi

  • Katie Ford, chief client officer, Amobee

  • Mary Perhach, president, SwellShark


Championing Change

Honoring those who are constantly pushing the boundaries of culture and making dynamic and brave changes within their workplace or industry.

  • Carrie Kerpen, CEO and founder, Likeable Media

  • Lisa Clunie, CEO and co-founder, Joan

  • Caroline Dettman, chief creative and community officer, Golin

  • Santia Nance, media planning supervisor, The Martin Agency

  • Tiffany Edwards, engagement and inclusion director, Droga5


Rising to the Top

Not all heroes need a legacy -- we want to shine a spotlight on the industry's rising stars by honoring those showing great promise in their first five years in advertising, marketing, media or tech.

  • Nayantara Dutta, content strategist, McCann Worldgroup

  • Lalita Salgaokar, senior copywriter, Global Brands Group

  • Shelby Williams, brand planner, Twitter

  • Jessica McGlory, director of paid social media marketing, Bombas

  • Courtney Jones, business development manager, 22squared

Read more from our leading thinkers

Change requires respect, communication and one crazy goal

Change requires respect, communication and one crazy goal

Share

It's not about work-life balance but work-life success says Lynn Lewis, CEO at UM Worldwide

Changing the narrative: creating sustainable cultures of belonging

Changing the narrative: creating sustainable cultures of belonging

Share

Racial news creates everyday trauma, says Heide Gardner, SVP, chief diversity and inclusion officer, IPG, and corporations have to respond with empathy and support

Why diversity means change, belonging... and profit

Why diversity means change, belonging... and profit

Share

Deidre Smalls-Landau, global chief cross-cultural officer at UM Worldwide and EVP, managing director at IDENTITY on how to stop diversity from failing