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AMA Executive Marketer

AMA Executive Marketer

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​Senior executives face a unique set of challenges. We’re hoping to bust through the “loneliness at the top” reality to connect experienced marketers for meaningful problem-solving support.

Formerly known as MENG, AMA executive marketers have access to all AMA benefits plus an exclusive network of peers and unique in-person networking opportunities at national and local chapter events. There is no additional cost to be a part of this group, but you will need to meet the requirements and complete the application below.

Benefits Include:

  • All AMA Executive Marketers get access to D&B Hoovers, which leverages the world’s largest commercial database of 120 million business records to help you find company contacts and new business leads.
  • Executive marketer specific programming at AMA national events. Whether it’s an exclusive roundtable discussion, extra access to speakers or dedicated networking activities, we’re here to help meaningfully connect executives. 
  • Chapter-level programming. While each AMA  local chapter is unique, executive marketers will find a home where they could experience exclusive events, mentorship opportunities, networking opportunities and more.

There is no additional cost to be a part of this group, but you will need to meet the requirements below and complete the online application.

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Current AMA Member
  • Responsibility for the full communications and marketing operation of your organization
  • Members must currently hold one of the following roles (or equivalent): Chief Communications/Marketing Officer, EVP/SVP/VP, Managing Director or Partner. If you’re currently unemployed, you must have held one of these positions and are currently seeking an equivalent or greater title
  • 15+ years of experience in marketing or communications
  • 10+ years of experience managing budgets and profit & loss statements
  • 10+ years of successfully managing and developing teams
  • Acknowledgment of the importance of confidentiality and discretion regarding executive marketer conversations