2006 MCM Awards judges

2006 Multichannel Merchant Awards Judges

Print Channel
Geoff Batrouney, executive vice president, Estee Marketing Group
Monique Berger, director of print production, The Territory Ahead
John Borta, partner, Real Results Marketing
Sandra Cooper, vice president creative/account services, Marke Communications
Michael Eisenberg, senior director of marketing, Musician’s Friend
Jim Harkins, principal, JJH Direct Marketing
Jim Klaus, president, CWD Kids
Mary Ann Kleinfelter, director of marketing, Sylvan Learning Centers
John Lenser, president, Lenser
Barry Litwin, vice president and general manager, Block & Co.
Pam Maxwell, vice president marketing, Interline Brands
Doug Meyer, vice president direct marketing, Levenger
Phil Niemeyer, president, NASCO
Don Oakes, senior vice president creative, L.L. Bean
Jack Rosenfeld, president, Potpourri Group
Jack Schmid, founder, J. Schmid & Associates
Al Schmidt, president, Schmidt Group International
Ed Schmultz, CEO, FAO
Linda Spellman, director of multichannel business, The Home Depot
Thomas Tweedie, director, consumer direct marketing and forecasting, Day-Timers
Gina Valentino, owner, Hemisphere Marketing
Craig Winer, vice president, Garrett Wade
Maria Youth, vice president, catalog, Lenox Collections

Web Channel
Amy Africa, chief imagin.8.ion officer, Eight by Eight
Wayne Aiello, vice president, e-business services, Corporate Express
Steve Baldwin, marketing manager, Did-It Search Marketing
Kevin Churchill, director of merchandise, Patagonia
Lauren Freedman, president, The e-tailing Group
Tony Gasparich, vice president direct sales, West Marine
John Hammersley, chief operating officer, Eclipse Direct Marketing
Alan Rimm-Kaufman, founder/president, The Rimm-Kaufman Group
Tom Rosenbauer, marketing director, The Orvis Co.
Phil Terry, CEO, Creative Good

Mark Bridges, vice president, director international, Mokrynski Direct
Klaus Goez, director of business development, Accenture
Martin Gross-Albenhausen, publisher, Der Versandhausberater
Iain MacDonald, principal, Casa Consulting

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