Jacqueline Stone

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Jacqueline Stone
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Jackie Stone
Born Jacqueline Ann Stone
January 5, 1968
Merrick, New York New York
Residence New York City
Nationality USA United States
Education B.A. University of Miami, 1990
M.B.A. Barry University, 1991
Occupation Marketing Executive
Employer Spanfeller Media Group, TheDailyMeal.com and TheActiveTimes.com
Home town Merrick, New York
Title Senior Vice President, Marketing
Religion Jewish

Jacqueline “Jackie” Stone (born January 5, 1968 in Merrick, New York) is the Senior Vice President of Marketing at Spanfeller Media Group. She is also co-author of the book The Club No One Wanted to Join - Madoff Victims In Their Own Words. Prior to her work at Web MD, Ms. Stone worked as the Vice President of Promotions at Digitas, and as the National Director of Sales Promotions & Event Marketing for America Online where she was the recipient of several PMA Reggie and OMMA awards for her work in integrated and promotion marketing.[1] In addition to her work at Digitas, Stone is an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Marketing at New York University and is an active philanthropist in the New York Jewish community.

Madoff Victims[edit]

Ms. Stone's parents were victims of the embezzlement scandal involving Bernie Madoff. This led to her writing contribution to the book The Club No One Wanted to Join - Madoff Victims In Their Own Words.[2]

Education[edit]

Ms. Stone earned her undergraduate degree in Finance from the University of Miami in 1990. The following year, she was completed her MBA in Marketing from Barry University.[3]

Awards[edit]

  • Named Promotion Agency of the Year by Promo Magazine 2008

PMA REGGIE[edit]

  • Bronze (2007) - Category: (D) Local, Regional or Target Market Promotion (Budget over $1,000,000) - American Express Members Lounge[4]
  • Gold (1997) - TV Food Network; Great American Picnic
  • Silver (1997) – Comedy Central Indecision 96[5]

OMMA[edit]

  • Gold (2006) – Best Content Integration: American Express Tribeca Film Festival[6]
  • Gold (2004) – Brand Awareness and Positioning: M&M’s the Great Color Quest[7]

Other[edit]

  • ProAwards (2006) - 2nd Place Best Use of Games, Sweepstakes and Contests: American Express “My Wishlist”[8]
  • NY Festivals (2006) - Finalist for "My WishList" campaign – American Express[9]
  • Echos (2005–2006) – Digital Award for "My WishList" campaign – American Express[10]
  • Graphics Interactive (2005) - Winner for “The Tribeca Film Festival experience” – American Express
  • BizBash (2005) - Best Invitation Design, for Chief Everything Officer Luncheon, Sponsored by AOL Media Networks, Featuring Award Recipient, Maria Shriver. [1]
  • ISES (2005) - Harry Potter Premiere
  • ISES (2004) - Best Corporate Event and Best Overall Event Décor for AOL 9.0 Launch[11]
  • MIXX (2006) – Gold, Brand Awareness & Positioning: American Express Tribeca Film Festival[12]

Conference Appearances[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Long Island[edit]

Ms. Stone was born and raised in the Long Island town of Merrick, New York. In 2006, Stone appeared off-Broadway in The Vagina Monologues.[13]

Philanthropy[edit]

Ms. Stone is an active member of the Jewish community, serving in various capacities for the UJA Federation of New York and the United Jewish Communities:

  • 2007–Present- Young Leadership Cabinet, 6th year
  • 2007–Present- Young Leadership Cabinet, Co-Chair Marketing Washington 15 Conference
  • 2006 – Present- Sponsorship Division, NY
  • 2005–Present - Professional Women’s Executive Council, Member
  • 2005–2007 - National Young Leadership Cabinet, Co-Chair for NY
  • 2005 – William Rosenwald General Assembly Award, Recipient
  • 2005 – Professional Women’s Group (previously Business & Professional Women’s Division), House Party, Co-Chair
  • 2005 – Young Leadership Cabinet, Eastern Conference Recruitment, Co-Chair
  • 2005 – Young Leadership Mission to Israel, National Chair
  • 2004 – Present – Professional Women’s Group, Board Member
  • 2004 – Young Leadership Mission to Israel, Participant
  • 2004–Present – e-Philanthropy Committee, Member
  • 2004-2005 – Young Leadership Council, Executive Committee, FedEx Initiative
  • 2003 – Women’s Division, Vagina Monologues, Cast Member
  • 2003-2004 – Professional Women’s Group, Member
  • 2003-2004 – Young Leadership Council, Lakum: Leadership Training Initiative, Co-Chair
  • 2003-2005 – National Young Leadership Cabinet, Member
  • 2002-2003 – Young Leadership Council, Social Action Task Force, Co-Chair
  • 2002 – Present – Young Entertainment Media & Communications Div., Spotlight Circle
  • 2002 – Present – Ben-Gurion Society, Member
  • 2001 – Young Leadership Division, Chanukah Toy Drive, Co-Chair
  • 2001–2002 – Young Leadership Division, Lakum: Leadership Training Initiative, Member
  • 2001 – Young Leadership Mission to Budapest & Prague, Participant

In May 2007, Stone participated in a UJC study mission to Ethiopia to help relocate 71 Ethiopian Jews to Israel.[14]

Ms. Stone has been involved in the AVON Walk for Breast Cancer, having walked over 39 miles to date, raising in excess of $10,000[15]

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