Under the Spotlight with Jaclyn Lee-Joe

Streaming live from London, 17 September, 10am to 11am

We're delighted to welcome Netflix's former CMO, Jaclyn Lee-Joe, to our virtual stage to discuss innovation and embracing change throughout your leadership journey.

In a conversation hosted by our Chief Executive, Sophie Devonshire, Jaclyn will reveal how she's lived her life by the ‘omne trium perfectum’ rule  changing jobs three times, whilst living in three different countries and having three children along the way.

With stints at high impact brands including Skype, BBC and Netflix under her belt, Jaclyn is a leader who is recognised for her data-driven, digitally-savvy and customer-aware approach to marketing. In a world where, in her own words, "content, brand and technology are converging" find out firsthand what 
drives Jaclyn to succeed, the highs and lows of her career and what this brand expert believes the future holds for our industry as we head into 2021.

Under the Spotlight

The concept of our Under the Spotlight format is to bring together brave leaders for an insightful conversation where they bring their true selves to the conversation, are provocative and share insights that marketing leaders can learn from and be inspired to do something differently. We are interested in the untold stories, challenges that have been faced and overcome, brave decisions that have been taken, making the invisible visible and understanding how we as leaders can make a positive impact at work and on society as a whole.

This is an informal, relaxed conversation between the participants and the interviewer, there is no script and no PowerPoint presentations.

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