Chief Marketing Officers to Give Back at Spring CMO Innovation and Inspiration Summit – The CMO Club Cares Program

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The CMO Club is pleased to provide insights, inspiration, and guidance to 10 worthwhile charities at the April 2016 Spring Innovation and Inspiration Summit.

CMO Club Cares is a program formed by The CMO Club and their members that brings together the best and brightest CMOs and leverages their combined expertise and passion to benefit charitable causes. The CMO Club is pleased to provide insights, inspiration, and guidance to 10 worthwhile charities at the April 2016 Spring Innovation and Inspiration Summit.

The CMO Club (TheCMOClub.com) facilitates networking and fosters peer-to-peer connections between CMOs in a positive, candid, and collaborative environment. The Summit also provides a unique opportunity for top senior marketing members to help take care of the needs of a wider community when they volunteer their insights, experience, and precious time to solve some of the participating charities’ greatest business challenges.

Club member and CMO of Dun & Bradstreet, Emerging Businesses, Judy Hackett said, “This is an outstanding opportunity to meet and work alongside charitable organizations that desperately need the help of experienced marketers. The CMO Club and our CMO Club Cares program reminds us that our time and talent is a precious commodity. When we are given the opportunity to put it to use in this way, we may find that we are rewarded in ways that our day-to-day jobs may not present.”

During the Summit, The CMO Club senior marketing leaders will facilitate problem-solving and creative brainstorming sessions for the charities in attendance.

“Our members are so engaged, passionate, and really care about helping great causes succeed. Their expertise and problem-solving skills are even more valuable then writing a check. In addition, new friendships are formed between charities and CMOs that benefit all well beyond the summit programs. The Summit continues to be a priceless and rewarding experience for everyone involved,” said Pete Krainik, founder of The CMO Club.

Over the years, the members of The CMO Club have recommended charities, varying in size and initiative, to be a part of this initiative. Some of these charities benefiting from CMOs at the summit include:

3 Generations
The 3 Generations organization documents stories of human rights abuse through film to generate awareness. (3generations.org)

K9s for Warriors
The K9 for Warriors charity is dedicated to providing service canines to warriors suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disability, traumatic brain injury, and/or sexual trauma as a result of military service post 9/11. (k9sforwarriors.org)

Lower East Side Girls Club
The mission of the Lower East Side Girls Club charity is to break the cycle of local poverty by training the next generation of ethical, entrepreneurial, and environmental leaders. (girlsclub.org)

Marketing Edge
Marketing Edge is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to Educate, Develop, Grow, and Employ college students in the field of marketing. (http://www.marketingedge.org)

No More
The No More charity is dedicated to raising public awareness and engaging witnesses to help put an end to domestic violence and sexual assault. (http://nomore.org/)

Samaritan’s Feet
The Samaritan’s Feet charity shares hope with children in the U.S. and around the world by washing their feet, giving them a new pair of shoes (to fight foot diseases), and helping them believe that their dreams can come true. (https://www.samaritansfeet.org/)

School Climate
The National School Climate Center promotes a positive and sustained school climate. Their goal is to create a safe and supportive environment that nurtures social and emotional, ethical, and academic skills. (schoolclimate.org/)

Snacks & Friends
The Snacks & Friends charity provides programs designed to help the needs of Autistic children. (http://www.snacknyc.com/)

The Naya Foundation
The Naya Foundation is dedicated to curing childhood cancer through precision medicine, targeted treatments, and advanced clinical trials. (http://www.nayafoundation.org/)

Young Survival Coalition
The Young Survival Coalition (YSC) is the premier organization dedicated to the critical health issues unique to young women and breast cancer. (https://www.youngsurvival.org/)

For CMOs who are interested in participating at the summit and joining The CMO Club, visit http://www.thecmoclubsummit.com.

About The CMO Club
The CMO Club (TheCMOClub.com) is the world's most engaged and inspired community of Senior Marketing Executives who help each other solve their biggest challenges, within a candid, trusted, and sharing environment. Collaboration fueled by inspiring events and within the members-only Digital Solutions Clubhouse raises the standard for what is required to be a successful Chief Marketing Officer. With more than 800 members and a no vendor selling policy, The CMO Club is the go-to center for today's Senior Marketer for peer-based personal and career success support. For more details on membership or becoming a thought leadership partner, please visit http://www.thecmoclub.com or call 323-388-8204.

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