Anne Adriance joined The New School administration as chief marketing officer in October 2013, charged with elevating the university’s public profile. She brings to her job more than 25 years of experience in marketing communications and strategic brand development in commercial, nonprofit, government, and media settings, including brand-building efforts for clients such as Yoplait, Cheerios, CNN, Cartoon Network, BusinessWeek, Kodak, Pampers, and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Of special note is her work with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control to launch the nation’s largest-ever and most successful branded public health media campaign and the first effort to prevent childhood obesity. Anne has held senior executive positions at the Burns Group, a brand-building and creative marketing agency she cofounded; at Saatchi & Saatchi, where she was executive vice president leading the largest account in the company’s New York office; at Time Warner, where she was the senior vice president for Turner Broadcasting’s licensing and merchandising and global brand management; and at
Guideposts, where she was
senior vice president for consumer marketing, leading transformation of
strategy and culture for the country’s largest publisher of inspirational publications
and digital content. Anne has a
bachelor’s degree from Princeton University.