Pam is our Global President. She has spent her 20 plus year career as a marketer, building brands in almost every category, from beverages and computers to cruises and mutual funds. Named President in 2006, she previously served as Managing Partner, Director of Account Management and oversaw our Fidelity, Royal Caribbean, Gillette and Ocean Spray accounts. Pam joined Arnold from Leonard/Monahan, where she was a partner and Director of Client Services responsible for strategic leadership of the agency’s accounts and for driving new business efforts. She is a graduate of the Boston College Caroll School of Management and was identified by the Boston Business Journal as one of the “40 under 40” top business leaders in 2003. In 2008, Pam was named one of Ad Age’s “Women to Watch.”
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Lisa drives Arnold's marketing engine and her responsibilities include mining new business opportunities, directing public relations activities and bringing innovative thinking to the company's marketing practices. Prior to becoming CMO, Lisa was instrumental in helping Arnold win and manage the high-profile American Legacy truth® campaign, which has driven down youth smoking by nearly 50% since its launch in 2000.
Lisa has been a prominent face on the speaker circuit at universities and health forums related to anti-smoking issues. A 20-year advertising veteran, she began her career in 1984 in New York working at Dancer Fitzgerald Sample on the General Mills business. She then moved to Boston to join Della Femina McNamee and three years later joined start-up Houston Herstek Favat, helping to propel the agency with account wins like Fidelity, NEC and Castrol Motor Oil. As President of Houston, she engineered its successful sale to Arnold in 1998 and became a Managing Partner at Arnold. In 2001, she took a two-year hiatus from the agency to take on the post of President at The Boston Ad Club.
A New York native, Lisa received her undergraduate degree from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and went on to graduate from the Harvard Business School Program for Management Development.