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Julie Rezek :: Managing Director :: Wunderman/Seattle
 

Listen to Julie talk about the B2B market and how it plays into the digital environment. 

Biography

For nearly 15 years, Julie has been a key business driver and leader within the company. She currently heads a team of 300+ makers, doers, artists, and data wizards who do award-winning work for Fortune 500 companies, including Microsoft, T-Mobile, Gap Inc., Nike, REI, and others.

Julie’s drive and laser focus on delivering exceptional results for her clients have grown T-Mobile into one of Wunderman’s top 10 accounts globally, adding AOR responsibilities for the carrier’s B2B work in 2013. In her previous role as VP, Global Client Services Director on the Microsoft account, she helped drive the consolidation of the company’s relationship marketing work with Wunderman, an engagement that more than tripled in size and scope under her leadership.

Julie’s business leadership and client success have garnered industry recognition. She has been invited to speak at marketing conferences and events hosted by the Direct Marketing Association, American Advertising Federation, Seattle Interactive Conference, American Marketing Association, and the University of Washington’s Foster School of Business. She was also named one of the Puget Sound Business Journal’s “40 Under 40” honorees in 2012, and is consistently recognized as a top woman leader in the WPP network.

Prior to her move to the Pacific Northwest in 2005, Julie was VP, Director of E-marketing in the Toronto office, where she was a key contributor in developing a strong digital marketing practice. Throughout her years with the company, she has built her reputation as someone who conquers huge business challenges with candor, humor, and her commitment to do the right thing for her team and for the clients.

When she is not busy tackling these challenges, Julie enjoys traveling the far corners of the world (she counts Vietnam and Peru among her favorite destinations) and spending time on Lake Sammamish with her husband and two sons.