Tuesday, June 28, 2022 - 8:00am to 9:30am
Host: 
Northern Virginia
Venue: 
Ronald Reagan Building - Robert H Smith School (DC Campus)
Address: 
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington
District of Columbia
20004

Terp Titans: Cary Hatch
Scar Tissue: Diary of a Sane Woman in a "Mad Men's" World

Join us for our second Terp Titans event, featuring Cary Hatch, '78, Managing Director and Brand Advocate, of HART MDB+. Cary will share her insight and inspirational thoughts as a 40+ year veteran of the advertising industry. She will share the business challenges she and many entrepreneurs face in today's ever-changing marketplace. Cary will also share her perspective on what it takes to be successful in a male-dominated ad world.

Cary is a member of Heroes, Inc., the Economic Club of Washington, DC, and Leadership Greater Washington. Cary is a noted lecturer at Johns Hopkins, Georgetown University, and the University of MD; and is a regular on TV and radio outlets commenting on branding, advertising and marketing communications. Sponsored by: University of Maryland's Alumni Association Northern Virginia and DC Networks and the Robert H. Smith School of Business DC/NoVa Alumni Club.

Cost: 

Free

RSVP by: 
June 27, 2022
Contact: 

Questions? Contact Cara Folk at cfolk@umd.edu

Speaker Bio
With more than 30 years of experience in advertising and marketing, Cary Hatch '78, CEO of MDB Communications, has established a formidable track record in business and consumer communications, both domestic and international. Her broad-based client experience includes National Geographic, Fannie Mae, Destination DC, International Spy Museum, Sprint and many others. 

Cary Hatch has been recognized on the POWER 100, the Washington Business Journal's list of the most influential business leaders, for 4 consecutive years. She currently serves as the Chairman of the Mid-Atlantic Board of Governors for the American Association of Advertising Agencies and was recently appointed to the National Government Relations Committee by the 4A's. Cary serves on the Washington DC Leadership Committee for the Ad Council and is a board member for the $2B University System of Maryland Foundation. 

Previous Board of Directors positions include: the Int'l Women's Forum (Washington DC), Leadership Greater Washington, Samaritan Inns and serving on the Executive Committee for the Greater Washington Board of Trade. A member of the 2013 class of The Leadership Foundry, Cary has recently completed the National Association of Corporate Directors Professionalism Program. Cary is a member of Heroes, Inc., and the Economic Club of Washington DC.

She is a noted lecturer at Johns Hopkins, Georgetown University, and the University of MD; and is a regular on TV and radio outlets commenting on branding, advertising and marketing communications.