Jane has been an integral part of Grey’s management team since joining the agency in 2013. In that time, Grey has achieved the greatest accolades in its 99-year history—Adweek’s Global Agency of the Year in 2013 and 2015, Ad Age Agency of the Year in 2014—and Jane has been instrumental to that success. As Managing Director, she oversees a portfolio that includes many of Grey’s biggest global brands including Canon, Darden, Smucker’s, T.J. Maxx, Papa John’s, 3M, Nestle, Bumble Bee and Hasbro.
Jane joined Grey as Chief Marketing Officer to lead marketing for its flagship office. Following pitching and winning the Hasbro business, Jane assumed leadership of that account and oversaw tremendous growth that included the addition of more than 17 brands including many of Hasbro franchise properties such as Marvel, Star Wars, My Little Pony, Transformers and, following a recent win that shook up the toy industry, the Disney Princess/Frozen franchise. As she continued to pitch and win new business including One World Observatory and the Whitney Museum, Jane found herself increasingly involved running and growing existing accounts. In recognition of her skill in that area, she was promoted to Managing Director in 2015.
Prior to joining Grey Jane was Mayor Bloomberg’s Chief Marketing Officer for the City of New York, a position she headed up at NYC & Company, the official Marketing, Tourism and Partnership organization for NYC. During her tenure, NYC rose to become the #1 tourist destination for the first time in 20 years, reaching Mayor Bloomberg’s stated goal of 50 million annual visitors a full four years ahead of schedule. Jane also oversaw the business development teams for corporate partnerships including the leadership and management of blue-chip clients such as American Express, American Airlines, Google, JetBlue, Travelocity and Coca-Cola.
Prior to NYC & Company, Jane was Managing Director|Partner at Margeotes, Fertitta & Partners.