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The Marketing Academy UK Mentor Award Winners

“A truly great Mentor is hard to find, difficult to part with and impossible to forget’’

The Marketing Academy passionately advocates the power of mentoring. So much so that mentoring has formed a core part of their coveted Scholarship Programme for the last 10 years. The 9 month leadership development programme for emerging talent attracts hundreds of the industry’s highest profile CEOs and CMOs who each gift their time to mentor the Academy’s Scholars.

For the 10th year running the graduating class of 30 Scholars have each selected just one person from all the inspirational leaders they’ve met during the 2019 programme to receive a ‘Mentor Award’. The awards act as a small way of appreciating the individual whose advice or input made an extra special impact on the Scholar and is one of the only industry awards that recognises leaders on a personal level rather than for the job they hold.

Founder & Global CEO of The Marketing Academy, Sherilyn Shackell, said: ‘We are deeply honoured to have so many mentors & speakers gifting their time to our programmes around the world, freely sharing their wisdom and experience. The Mentor Award winners are decided by the Scholars upon graduation and are a very personal way to recognise some these wonderful people’. 

During an evening of celebration marking The Marketing Academy’s 10th Birthday at Café de Paris on 13th February, the graduating Scholars paid homage to this year’s winners of The Marketing Academy 2019 Mentor Awards. The Academy also revealed the ‘Mentor of the Decade’ which was awarded to Dame Cilla Snowball who has been a mentor within the Academy since its launch in 2010.

Mentor Awards went to:  

  • Barnaby Dawe, Former CCO, Pret a Manger
  • Ben Slater, CEO & Founder, Bow & Arrow
  • Camilla Harrisson, CEO, Anomaly London
  • Cheryl Calverley, CMO, Eve Sleep
  • Chris Duncan, MD, Platform Partnerships, News UK
  • Christopher Macleod, Customer & Sales Director, Transport for London
  • Claire Topping, SVP Marketing, Virgin Atlantic Airways
  • Dame Cilla Snowball, Governor Wellcome Trust
  • David McQueen, Chief Storyteller   
  • David Wheldon, CMO, Communications & Marketing, Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Deborah Dolce, SVP Group Brand & Marketing Director, TJX Group
  • Dom Boyd, Chief Strategy Officer, Publicis
  • Ed Smith, General Manager Intergrated Marketing EU, Amazon
  • Eleanor Winton, Director, Foresightfully
  • Hugh Derrick, Partner, eatbigfish
  • Jeremy Waite, Chief Customer Officer, IBMiX
  • Kathryn Jacob, CEO, Pearl and Dean
  • Lindsay Forster, former Global Partnerships Director, Aviva
  • Mark Evans, MD of Marketing & Digital, Direct Line Group
  • Martin Garvey, Own the Room
  • Nick Robinson, Managing Director Brands & CMO, Kerry Group
  • Ottokar Rosenberger, COO, Iglu.com
  • Rene Carayol, Founder, Carayol
  • Russ Lidstone, CEO, The Creative Engagement Group 
  • Sara Bennison, CMO, Nationwide Building Society
  • Sarah Warby, CEO, Lovehoney
  • Shekhar Deshpande, Head of Strategy Global Accounts, Facebook
  • Steve Challouma, General Manager UK, Birds Eye
  • Steve Walker, Founder & Principal, Two Sides Leadership & Brand Transformation
  • Stephen Woodford, CEO, Advertising Association
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The Scholarship – a 9 month, free, part time program for 30 of the UK’s fastest rising stars in Marketing, Advertising, Media and Communications.

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12 month full paid Marketing Apprenticeship for young adults who because of challenging backgrounds, lack qualifications or poor life choices are normally overlooked for this kind of work experience