Senior Vice President, CMO in Residence

Julie Zadow

MSc, International Relations, The University of Edinburgh B.A, English/Journalism, Lafayette College

Julie brings over 20 years of marketing leadership experience to her role as Demand Spring’s CMO in Residence. She has served as the head of Marketing and CMO for various software, services, and advisory organizations in the New York and Boston regions, and she is also the Founder of PinchHitCMO, a fractional marketing leadership firm.

Julie is a big-picture business strategist who focuses on the intersection between business goals and marketing ROI. She is deeply skilled in digital transformation strategy, modern marketing organizational design, and marketing employee engagement best practices. She also coaches marketing leaders to help them manage their tone, their teams and their time more effectively so they can become the best leaders they can be.

Julie’s success as a marketing executive coach is rooted in her experience building marketing departments from the ground up, launching new brands within established companies, and partnering with C-Suite leaders to deliver marketing that drives business results.

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Not sure if I should share this:
My Secret Real-Time Stress Buster: In the past, when meetings have gotten heated or contentious, I’ve been known to secretly open Google Images on my laptop, type in “PUPPIES”, and keep scrolling until my calm is restored.
Best client quote ever:
In a podcast interview, a client of mine was asked to list five things she couldn’t live without. #4 was “My executive coach Julie Zadow, whose support and guidance behind the scenes helps me be my best at work.”
Job title I wish I had:
Chief Optimism Officer

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Senior Vice President, CMO in Residence

Julie Zadow

Julie brings over 20 years of marketing leadership experience to her role as Demand Spring’s CMO in Residence.

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