The unsung women of advertising

Throughout history, women have been sidelined and sometimes forgotten completely. For Campaign’s 50th anniversary, we pay tribute to advertising women who may have been overlooked but deserve to be remembered among the greats…

Kay Murphy was the first female winner of the Advertising Association’s Mackintosh Medal in 1963. She had a career of many other firsts as a woman: the first to serve on the AA’s executive committee; to be a member and fellow of the Institute of Marketing and Sales Management; to be elected chairman of the British Direct Mail Advertising Association; and to serve as president of the Regent Street Association.

https://www.campaignlive.co.uk/article/unsung-women-advertising/1494742

2018-10-12T05:42:51+00:00

Leave A Comment

close

Keep up with the ISM...

Get notified when we update our blogs straight to your inbox and never miss another opportunity to learn and grow from the experts.

By clicking 'Send me the updates" you are accepting to receive ISM email newsletters that may contain updates about ISM News, Events, Webinars, BESMA, Blog and Partner Content.

You can easily unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe links at the bottom of each of our emails.