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Steven Thibodeau

Chief Digital Officer
Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners
Steve Thibodeau Chief Digital Officer, Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners As Chief Digital Officer of Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners, Steve manages all aspect of digital marketing, CRM, Data and Analytics, social and mobile marketing and emerging technology. During his 10 years at KBS+P he has led the digital marketing and integration efforts for some of the leading brands in the world including: BMW, NetJets, Verizon, Dell, L’Oreal, The GAP, Coca-Cola, Puma and many more. Steve launched his career 23 years ago and has worked at some of the most creative agencies in the world including Scali McCabe Sloves, Ammirati & Puris, Arnold Advertising and Fallon McElligot. Prior to joining kbs+p, Steve held a number of senior positions with leading marketing, technology and consulting companies, including Managing Director of the New York office of Scient (since merged with Razorfish); SVP, Director of Client Services at THINKNew Ideas where he was the primary digital marketing liaison for IBM, Gillette, Procter & Gamble, Avon, and McKinsey Consulting. Prior to THINKNew Ideas Steve worked at APL Digital, where he helped create the first eBusiness-enabled Web storefronts for UPS and Motorola. He also negotiated the first and only exclusive year-long search-marketing roadblock in history at Yahoo, Lycos, and InfoSeek for UPS. Steve has extensive experience in a variety of key sectors including Financial Services, Technology, Consumer Packaged Goods, Cosmetics/Personal Care, Alcohol/Beverage and Automotive — where Steve’s leadership has helped BMW win nearly 100 creative and marketing awards and achieved the honor of JD Power Online Automotive Marketer of the Year for two years in a row. Six years ago, Steve and his wife Linda founded Leave Out Violence U.S. (a.k.a. LOVE) in New York City. LOVE was created to reduce and help eliminate violence in the lives of youth and their communities by initiating a movement of youth spokespeople who communicate a message of non-violence. LOVE identifies and focuses on the causes of teen violence – neglect, isolation, lack of mentorship and domestic abuse. Since its inception in Canada, LOVE has reached over 40,000 teens. And today, with the support of the Department of Education, the NYPD and other prominent New Yorkers LOVE programs are successfully being implemented in several New York City high schools.

My Speaker Sessions

Saturday, March 12
 

4:45pm CST