Seven leaders from WFA member companies have been named in the first-ever Forbes CMO Hall of Fame.
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Starting top left, clockwise: Chris Capossela (Microsoft), Julia Goldin (Lego), Michelle Peluso (CVS Health), Marc Pritchard (P&G), Raja Rajamannar (Mastercard), Diego Scotti (Verizon), and Deborah Wahl (GM)
Alongside current WFA President and Mastercard Chief Marketing and Communications Officer, Raja Rajamannar, is fellow WFA Global Marketer of the Year winner, P&G’s Marc Pritchard, as well as Chris Capossela from Microsoft, Lego’s Julia Goldin, Michelle Peluso from CVS Health, Diego Scotti of Verizon and GM’s Deborah Wahl.
All seven – out of 18 CMOs who have been inducted into the CMO Hall of Fame – have featured at least five times on the Forbes World’s Most Influential CMO list, which was first published in 2012.
Future members of the Hall of Fame will have to match this performance to have their enduring influence and impact on our industry recognised.
More WFA members shined in this year’s Forbes World Most Influential CMOs list, with 25 of the 50 names listed belonging to senior marketers at WFA member companies, including last year’s WFA Global Marketer of the Year winner, Conny Braams from Unilever.