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2016 Best In Marketing Award Judges
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Doug Gould, Executive Creative Director, Boston University

Doug Gould is currently Executive Creative Director at Boston University, Boston, MA. Responsible for oversight of online and offline marketing communications. During his career Doug has created memorable work in multiple media for some of the most recognizable brands in the country.

Doug’s work has been recognized by CA, CANNES, ANDY, Hatch, Clio, ADNY, MITX, Print, Luerzer’s Archive, the One Show, Forrester Research, and many others. He has successfully executed in every facet of marketing from broadcast/video, print and digital, to social media driven work, and web design.

In-depth creative brand-management experience in the following industries: Food and Beverage, Financial Services, Insurance, Retail, Pharmaceuticals, Technology, Health Care, Sports Equipment, Fashion, and Automotive. B-to-C and B-to-B.

In short, I have been around the block a few times but I'm not worn out yet.


Daisy Scott, Writer

Daisy Scott is an award-winning writer in commercial, educational and entertainment media. In advertising, she’s worked with a wide variety of clients and categories, in all media (boinger-laden circulars to websites), through large agencies, tiny shops and on her own. For public television, she wrote on "Arthur" (Emmy®-nominated 10th anniversary season) and "Peep" (Emmy®-winning inaugural season), produced by WGBH, Boston. Her scripts have appeared on Discovery Channel, on TV in China and worldwide as part of Pearson Longman's EFL/ESL series. Her essays have appeared in the Boston Globe and in travel anthologies.  Her awards include Hatch, ANDY, Clio Finalist, NEBA, Design Show, ADWEEK, and Most Enthusiastic, St. Joseph's Pro-Cathedral School Eighth Grade Awards. She currently teaches courses and workshops for the Advertising Club of Boston, which keeps her on her toes.


Patricia Hambrick, The Hambrick Group

Patricia Hambrick is a highly regarded, forward thinking, business woman who works with leading edge companies to drive new market growth. Her philosophy is to connect client organization’s core values and long-term goals with changing consumer’s needs and wants. Patricia’s core competencies include corporate brand management, developing key consumer insights, mentoring and teaching, product and market innovation and business prioritization.

For over 20 years, Patricia has helped shape and articulate corporate visions and develop pioneering strategies that build lasting brand reputations for Fortune 500 and early stage companies. She has played a major role in leading and educating organizations to think and act differently in ways that better connect with consumers and that result in business growth.

Patricia is recognized as one of the most influential women in marketing, and over her career has won numerous awards including Ad Age’s Most Influential People in Marketing, Sporting Goods Business Woman of the Year, Women’s Sports 20 Most Influential People, Sports Trend Magazine’s Top 100 Industry People, Sports Marketing Executive Marketing Leadership Award, and Drug Store News’ New Product Introduction of the Year Award. She frequently speaks at conferences, most recently at the OMMA Social Media conference in NYC, 85 Broads Women’s Conference and The Ad Club of Boston.

Since 2001 she has been a professor at BU’s School of Management where she teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in Global Strategic Marketing and Brand Management. A competitive triathlete, marathoner and sculler, Patricia has a BS degree from the University of California at Berkeley and a MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management in Glendale, Arizona.