Power Breakfast with Diane Holland, Global Chief Financial Officer, Possible Worldwide
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||March 29, 2012
VICEROY SANTA MONICA
1819 Ocean Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Step Up Women's Network presents a
global chief financial officer, Possible Worldwide
and moderated by
vice president consumer products, Mattel Brands No. America
Reap the personal and professional benefits of an intimate breakfast hosted by industry leaders.
Location to be announced to registrants.
The morning will include:
a light breakfast
the opportunity to network with fellow Icon+ Step Up members
a candid and intimate discussion with Diane Holland
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About Diane Holland
Diane Holland serves as global CFO at Possible Worldwide where she is responsible for the agency's overall financial management, planning, and growth. Prior to Possible, Diane was CFO of digital firm Schematic, where she implemented the financial and operational efficiencies necessary for the company's growth to over 350 employees in eight offices located in the United States, United Kingdom, and Costa Rica. Diane also played a critical role in managing Schematic's acquisition by the WPP Group in 2007. Prior to Schematic, Diane was director of finance for Fox Television Stations in Los Angeles, where she was responsible for forecasting, budgeting, analysis and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for 35 television stations and 11 regional sports networks. She has also worked at the EMI Group plc in both New York and London, where she held internal auditor and financial analyst positions.
About Possible Worldwide
Possible Worldwide is WPP
Digital's new global digital network. Formed in 2011 by the merger of BLUE,
Bridge Worldwide, Schematic, and Quasar, the network operates through 18
offices in nine countries to deliver global digital offerings for global
clients including Procter & Gamble, Dell, ConAgra, and Mazda. Last year,
the network strengthened its Latin American offer with the acquisition of
Gringo, one of Brazil's most creative digital agencies, with a stellar
award-winning track record over the past three years. Already creatively
garlanded, Possible took a Cannes Gold Lion in 2011 for its work for Google on
the Art Project powered by Google. This ground-breaking project offers an
intimate look at great artworks from 17 museums around the world and was launched
to universal acclaim.
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