Claire Oliverson Keene
Director of Social Media & Content Strategy, America's Test Kitchen
CLAIRE OLIVERSON KEENE REPRESENTS THE NEW WAVE OF TALENT ENTERING THE INDUSTRY AS ICONIC BRANDS PROLIFERATE ACROSS MORE MEDIA CHANNELS THAN EVER BEFORE.
Oliverson Keene directs social media and marketing strategies at America's Test Kitchen, which, apart from two broadcast TV shows, also publishes Cook's Illustrated and Cook's Country magazines as well as a host of digital properties and various branded social channels reaching over one million total followers. Beginning her career on the agency side, where colleagues praised her communication and leadership skills as well as her mastery of social media, Oliverson Keene now moves in-house as America's Test Kitchen begins a new era. Since her arrival in May alone, the brand has seen considerable audience growth, particularly on its Facebook and YouTube channels.
BOBBY DOHERTY'S DISTINCT, CLEVER STYLE HAS CAPTIVATED THE DESIGN COMMUNITY WHILE CREATING AN ASTHETIC THAT IS REGONIZABLY NEW YORK MAGAZINE.
Dorherty started at the magazine in 2013 and has since grown a reputation throughout the New York photography community. He’s known for his colorful and compelling still-life photos, such as the hunger-inducing food photographs from the magazine’s Cheap Eats issue. The simplicity and humor of his work has earned him coverage across many design blogs, and has earned him this 30 under 30 award.
HALEY BISCHOF GREW HER MARKETING TEAM BY 26 PERCENT, AND DEVELOPED THE BONNIER DATA SERVICE TO IMPROVE PROGRAM AND AUDIENCE MODELS.
Bischof joined Bonnier Corp in 2010 before being promoted to group marketing director for the Active Interest Network. This position placed Bischof at the helm of marketing sales strategy and execution for more than 15 brands and events. This year alone, her team grew by 19 people, and expanded through initiatives like the Bonnier Audience Acceleration program, and Bonnier Data Services.
She has since overseen multiple brand launches and acquisitions, spearheaded the innovative Bonnier Audience Acceleration program, and developed industry-leading research studies in niche markets. Most recently, Bischof led her team to their second consecutive MIN Marketing Team of the Year award.
MARGARET BARTHEL MASTERMINDED ATLANTICLIVE’S FIRST FORUM ON RACE AND JUSTICE, AND IS KNOWN FOR BRINGING DEPTH AND INTRIGUE TO HER EVENTS.
Despite being early in her career, Barthel has the impressive portfolio and unflappable work ethic of the most seasoned industry professional. An associate producer on The Atlantic’s events team, AtlanticLIVE, Barthel is charged with bringing today’s most consequential and complex issues to life on stage — from mass incarceration and the future of healthcare, to K-12 education, small business, and America’s energy outlook. All the while, Barthel makes each conversation accessible and appealing to general audiences and policy wonks alike. She treats each event as a ripping yarn, reminiscent of the journalism that defines The Atlantic. Her events have a signature depth and flair, featuring the most relevant voices on any given topic, gripping conversations that deeply move attendees, and unexpected elements like film and music.
Senior Editor, SagaCity Media
ANGELA CABOTAJE IS A POWERHOUSE IN THE REGIONAL PUBLISHING INDUSTRY, MANAGING 17 PUBLICATIONS AND THEIR RESPECTIVE TEAMS.
As leader of the custom publishing department out of SagaCity Media’s Seattle office, Cabotaje demonstrates a rare ability to balance and satisfy the needs of her clients while respecting and effectively utilizing the (often limited) resources of her team. She has built and led a team of editors and designers through significant growth over the last three years and manages a roster of 17 publications. Cabotaje produces custom, client-driven publications with an editorial quality and integrity resulting in several award nominations and two wins. Through her leadership, her team is high in demand and her client roster continues to grow.