Support the Marketing Hall of Fame and Network with Marketing Leaders

Volunteering and supporting the work of the Marketing Hall of Fame is an opportunity to network with marketing leaders. Participating in the process and the event is a great way to have a voice in the future of marketing discussions. Here is how you can get involved:

Marketing Leader  

Tell us which marketing leaders you think deserve to be inducted into the Marketing Hall of Fame. Nominees can come from any marketing discipline—they can be CMOs or Marketing Directors, work in advertising or branding or research agencies, or be academics, journalists, or other marketing experts. The criteria are found on the about page. They must have been in the profession for at least ten years. The initial focus will be on North America, but nominations will be accepted globally. Sign up to be notified when nominations are open.

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Join the Academy

The Marketing Hall of Fame Academy is an invitation-only body of approximately 200 senior marketers from the corporate, agency, academic, and research worlds. Their important job is to narrow down the shortlist of nominated semi-finalists to 12 finalists. Most members of the Academy are invited to join by the AMA New York Board of Directors, but if you would like to participate, contact AMA New York at MHoF@amanewyork.org.

Attend the Marketing Hall of Fame  
Induction Ceremony

One of the best ways to show your support is to join us as we honor our Marketing Hall of Fame inductees.

Volunteer and  
Help Honor our Marketing Leaders

The Marketing Hall of Fame Committee provides support to the prestigious award that is dedicated to recognizing people who are making outstanding contributions to the field of marketing and celebrates the achievements of four great marketers at a yearly award gala. Contact AMA New York at MHoF@amanewyork.org if you would like to volunteer with us.

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