The Drum and Google have released the finalists for the top women who have made their mark in search. Our own Head of Search, Sophie Kleiner, who late last year was also recognised as one of the Drum’s top 50 women under 30 in digital, has been nominated as a finalist for this prestigious award. Now it up to the public to vote for their favourites. The top 3 women will go on to pitch to a panel of industry experts at the Drum Search Awards judging.
We’re extremely proud of Sophie’s achievements and want to share a little bit about this remarkable young woman and why you should vote for her. Voting End at Midnight 8 April.
Sophie has made outstanding contributions to the industry since joining NMPi. Her strategies have helped NMPi win coveted clients, and launch successful campaigns, such our award nominated Superdrug’s – The Power of Now. Her focus has always been the consumer and user experience. A forward thinking innovator, Sophie enjoys implementing new techniques and streamlining processes to make information accessible and understandable for her coworkers and clients.
Sophie’s biggest personal influence is her father, who worked his way up to become a successful finance director. Sophie said of her father, “He never let not knowing a product stop him from going out and achieving his goals.” He made it without the advantages Sophie had and she was inspired by his example to push herself further in her aspirations and career.
Sophie has always had an interest in the analytical side of things; she took a keen interest in Geography in her university studies and enjoyed translating satellite data into manageable information everyone could use. If she hadn’t chosen her path in digital, she would’ve pursued a career in meteorology.
Please vote for Sophie Kleiner for Women in Search 2016. Voting End at Midnight 8 April.