Doug Zanger of Advertising Week Social Club on Social Media for the CEO Radio Show
Today on the Social Media for the CEO Blog Talk Radio, we will welcome celebrated media leader Doug Zanger who will be on hand to discuss the exciting events leading up to the 2011 'Advertising Week' Conferencebeing held on October 3 - 7 in New York City. It's a kind of modern/marketing take on the Forum idea, accompanied by a few soirees here and there. Zanger not only serves as a senior leader behind the Advertising Week Social Club, but his 15-year veteran career in creativity and media have earned him props from the London International Awards, Portland Advertising Federation, Summit Creative Awards, Oregon Association of Broadcasters and more. Join us every Friday by calling into +1 (347) 850-8614 to listen & ask a question on air. Or tweet your questions and comments to @LinkedInQueen or @SocialMediaDel using #SM4CEO. DOUG's BIO:
His most important job? Being a father to a two and a half year old boy with endless energy and husband to a woman who clearly is among the most patient on the planet.
During the day, Doug is the community director for the Advertising Week Social Club and does various creative, marketing and social projects for a roster that includes clients from New York, San Francisco and Portland. A 15-year veteran of creativity in the audio space, Doug has taken home some decent hardware, been a jury president for the London International Advertising Awards and on the Radio Mercury Awards and New York Festivals juries.
One of Doug's greatest professional joys is doing voice work. He has contributed his pipes to a wide-range of clients including Starwood, Jiffy Lube, Nike, Kroeger, the Port of Portland and more.
A native of Minnesota, Doug spent his high school years in suburban Philadelphia, his college days in Denver and has called Portland home for the past 20 years.
He is a lifelong Philadelphia sports fan, apologizes in advance for that fact and is always happy to share the story of how he won a trip to Florida by kicking a field goal at halftime of an Eagles game in 1985.