Month: May 2019


Jackson Jeyanayagam

Jackson Jeyanayagam VP, GM DTC at The Clorox Company

Jackson is currently Vice President and General Manager of the Nutranext Direct-to-Consumer business at The Clorox Company.

Prior to Clorox, Jackson was the Chief Marketing Officer for Boxed where he oversaw growth, performance media, brand, above the line, CRM & loyalty, creative, SEO, CSR, Communications, CX and trade marketing. In 2018, Jackson was named to the Forbes CMO Next 2018 list — identifying the 50 CMO’s redefining the role and shaping the future.

Previously, Jackson was Head of Digital for Chipotle responsible for leading all digital marketing efforts including mobile, social media, content, CRM, digital direct response and analytics. Before that Jackson was SVP, Digital at Taylor where he built and oversaw the digital marketing practice and supported a number of brands including Diageo, P&G, Jordan Brand, NASCAR and Starwood.

At Citizen Paine, Jackson led social media integration and influencer marketing for Old Spice as well as Dentyne, working closely with each brand team and their collective agencies to create and implement through the line campaigns.

Jackson started his career at Waggener Edstrom working with brands such as Microsoft and T-Mobile. There, he helped manage the launch of several high-profile products, including the first Android-based phone and all of the T-Mobile Sidekick products.

Personally, Jackson has served on the Board of Directors for the University of Oregon Alumni Association as well as the Arts & Business Council of New York. He is currently on Advisory Boards for three startups: Dynamic Signal, Paybear and Miles.




Sri Rajagopalan VP of eCommerce and Digital, Johnson & Johnson

Sri currently leads Johnson & Johnson’s transformation into digital retail for the consumer business’ NA region. In three years he has been able to successfully scale a business model focused on launching innovation, leading with SEM & SEO strategies, implementing the right assortment strategies tailored for efficient fulfillment and supply chain mechanisms. He has acquired the right talent and setup an environment anchored by digital advertising and pushed for creating an A++ digital shelf for every SKU. Leading with new business models such as Pureplays lead by Amazon, D2C, B2B, and focusing on scaling omni – he is also an active LinkedIn blogger on digital transformation in the industry, Sri is routinely a keynote speaker at popular external forums such as Kantar, Argyle, Consumer goods technology, Promotion optimization and Path to purchase institute.




Jennifer Frommer SVP of Creative Content & Brand Partnerships, Columbia Records

Jennifer engineers aesthetic mash-ups combining entertainment, fashion, art and tech. She develops big ideas/pitch/package/execute/connect, and she knows how to get these projects funded. An online video and digital entertainment executive with extensive experience in sourcing and developing sharable content for Fortune 500 brands and talent.

Proven track record of creating award-winning and effective fully integrated communications programs with blue chip clients and content.

Deep relationships in production, video and new technology. She is a creative connector who gets entertainment, production, creation, narrative, storytelling. She is a digital evangelist with a passion for technology who can build things – a pop culture and millennial strategist.




Gayle Troberman EVP & CMO of iHeartMedia

Gayle Troberman is Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for iHeartMedia, Inc. As such, she leverages the company’s extensive range of content, experiences and technologies to bring brands together in new ways with consumers across all of the company’s businesses, including Clear Channel Outdoor, iHeartMedia’s 859 radio stations and iHeartRadio. Troberman is a marketing innovator and visionary. Prior to iHeartMedia, she served as Chief Marketing and Ideas Officer for IPG Mediabrands; before that, she spent 16 years at Microsoft, first launching Internet startups and building the first branded entertainment team online, and then as their Chief Creative Officer, overseeing their portfolio of brands and global advertising campaigns across consumer and business-to-business products, including Windows, Office, Bing, and XBOX.