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Careers in Digital Marketing, Media & Communications with Brigitte King ’91, Colgate-Palmolive

October 29, 2021 @
11:00 a.m.
- 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time
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Are you interested in exploring a career in digital marketing and communications? Wondering how to leverage your Clark experience to build the skills and knowledge you need? Digital marketing is an exciting and fast-growing industry that requires creativity and a keen analytical eye. Join this virtual session to meet alumna, Brigitte King ’91, Chief Digital Office at Colgate-Palmolive, to learn about career pathways in consumer centric digital marketing and her experience in a variety of global brands.

  • What is a career in digital marketing?
  • What are the internships, jobs and growing opportunities in the field?
  • What skill sets do you need to get ready & launch a career in digital marketing?

More about Brigitte King ’91: Brigitte King is the global Chief Digital Officer at Colgate-Palmolive and brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing and digital, pioneering new business building digital capabilities, eCommerce and omnichannel brand experiences. Brigitte now leads the Global Digital Organization, which includes Digital Marketing, Media and Communications, Digital Commerce, Data Strategy, CRM and Digital Measurement, working with all Colgate regions to accelerate a digital transformation strategy for the company.

Brigitte completed her BA with honors at Clark University in Massachusetts. She completed high level executive L’Oreal training programs at Cedep – a European business school program, as well as the Harvard Executive Development Program for Women in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Brigitte engaged with the development of an MBA marketing business case study for Harvard Business School and lectured at Yale University on consumer centricity in product-centric organizations.

Born in Brazil, she lived abroad in Spain, France and England, and now resides in Connecticut. She is fluent in French, with a working knowledge of Spanish.


October 29, 2021
11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.