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B2 Awards Judging

Industry leaders who are Director/VP level or higher have the opportunity to become a B2 judge. Judges will give their expert feedback on the most innovative, impactful and disruptive marketing campaigns of the year. B2 Award judges are chosen based on their experience and expertise level. Typically we offer complimentary Awards Gala registration pass to each Jurist for their participation.

Here is what prior judges have to say:

“Get a front row seat to the best work in the industry before the rest of the industry!"

"Very rewarding, inspiring to see all the work and great to have discussion with other professionals in the industry"

“Judging the ANA B2B awards was an inspiring experience. There is great work being done, built from data-driven customer insights that are driving significant results. Proud to be a part of group that is leading the change in B2B marketing. Amazing group of professionals who came together for great discussion, challenging norms and setting new benchmarks for great in our industry."

“A great opportunity to work with a highly experienced and credentialed group of B2B Marketing professionals and exchange perspectives to raise the bar of the winning entries."



Would you like to be considered for this year’s B2 Awards jury pool?

Reach out to the B2 Awards team at b2awards@ana.net for additional details regarding B2 judging opportunities.

To participate on the 2022 B2 Awards jury, you may register here.

Top Jury

The Top Awards recognize the select few in our B2B community –  representing the top client side marketer corporate members of the ANA – marketers, agencies, individuals, teams and providers considered to be “master class.”

If you've never been on our top jury or participated in our annual "Jury Day," it is one of the most interesting days in our year.

If you are an agency, provider, or team that wants to see if your work measures up, this is the place for your work to be seen. The discussion can get intense, is typically deep, and the debate most engaging as these industry leaders hone and share their views on any given entry, sometimes with just a fraction of a point separating the winners from the rest.

General Jury

Our general jury – almost 200 participants in 2021 – are often considered to "be the know" in the industry. When you volunteer (really just a few hours of your time,) we work to match your skills, credentials, industry focus, and acumen to relevant categories and cases. We always ask you to recuse yourself from any entry or category that may present a conflict of interest. And we are available to guide you through the process, which is fairly straight forward regardless.

If you are an industry professional who loves the industry we are in. and meet the criteria found else where on this page, we welcome you to volunteer for this great experience. Below is our list of last year's general jury. Thank you to all our jury members last year – and this!

  • Ricky Abbott, Transmission

  • Dimas Adiwiyoto, FCB Worldwide

  • Candace Ahuja, Dell Inc.

  • Erin Albert, Grand Canyon Education

  • Pauline Allison, 3M

  • Cristina Ampil, PwC

  • Alyssa Anderson, Designalyssa

  • Kate Asleson, Antea Group, Inogen Alliance

  • Vincent Bahk, Fidelity Information Services, LLC (FIS)

  • Jessica Balsavage, National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME)

  • Kate Barnwell, Owens Corning

  • Kim Barrett, MKTG

  • John Bart, Grant Thornton LLP

  • Caterina Bartoli, Media Kitchen

  • Rhonda Basler, Hallmark Business Connections

  • Kobi Ben Meir, Edge

  • Rebecca Bolding, AKQA New York

  • Kara Bosnic, USG Corporation

  • Tara Bossert, Anthem, Inc.

  • Joe Boswell, Two Rivers Marketing

  • Patricia Boyle, Temple University

  • Lois Brayfield, J. Schmid & Assoc. Inc.

  • Kaydee Bridges, Cardinal Health, Inc.

  • Michael Brooks, Ferguson Enterprises

  • Linda Brunner, Siemens Healthineers

  • Scott Bucher, Traction Factory, LLC

  • Lauren Busch, BlackRock, Inc.

  • Erica Calhoun, MKTG

  • Athena Campos, Case Construction

  • Dave Carrel, Adobe Systems Inc.

  • Rodolfo Cavalcanti, Premium i Time Corp

  • Silvian Centiu, Retina Communications

  • Linda Chen, Grant Thornton LLP

  • Gerald Chiddick, Zurich North America

  • Stuart Claxton, Univision Communications Inc.

  • Rachel Cobb, Mythic

  • Renata Coleman, Johnson & Johnson

  • Courtney Colwell, American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc.

  • Kaitlynn Cooney, Brodeur Partners

  • Kate Cooper, Edelman

  • Frank Cooper III, BlackRock, Inc.

  • Liam Copeland, Kinesso

  • Karla Crawford Kerr, Hawthorne Direct, LLC

  • Cynthia Del Rosario, 7Miles Global

  • Katryna Deligiannis, Morningstar, Inc.

  • Brett Dennis, Conill Advertising Inc.

  • Geoffrey Director, Manifest

  • McKaela Doherty, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

  • Scott Drews, Promotion Activators

  • Dina Dunn, Mastercard

  • Brian Eaton, Cisco Systems, Inc.

  • Steve Erich, Erich & Kallman

  • Jeff Ericksen, Nelson Schmidt Inc.

  • Julie Exner, Fahlgren Mortine

  • Jamie Ferreira, Deloitte

  • Betsy Fiden, McGuffin Creative Group

  • Casey Foss, West Monroe Partners

  • Mike Fredrick, Nelson Schmidt Inc.

  • Aliza Freud, SheSpeaks

  • Kerrie Ann Frey, Intralox

  • Brandon Friesen, Just Global

  • Tricia Gabberty, Equifax

  • Beth Garcia, Carmichael Lynch, Inc

  • Whitney Garcia, Deloitte

  • Lori Garcia, Owens Corning

  • Carl Genatossio, MarketReach

  • Ed Gillespie, BizMark

  • Dan Gliatta, Cargo LLC

  • Jenna Goldberg, American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc.

  • Allyson Goodman, Marshall University

  • Ludovic Gougat, Rapp

  • Pamela Graham, A+E Networks

  • Jasmine Green, Nationwide

  • Beth Gribler, Nationwide

  • Rob Griffin, Tovo Labs

  • Jim Grinney, 90octane

  • Jim Habig, Pinterest

  • E. Lori Halivopoulos, Gfk

  • Lyra Hankins, Equifax

  • Don Harder, CBD Marketing

  • Edward Harness, Curiosity

  • Peter Harper, Guinness World Records North America, Inc.

  • Bethany Harris, Active International

  • Pierrette Hazkial, FCB Chicago

  • Mark Himmelsbach, Episode Four

  • Rick Hiss, The Segal Group, Inc.

  • Sara Hoerner, 9thWonder

  • Mariann Hohe, Schermer

  • Danielle Holliday, CMFG Life Insurance Company

  • Gregory Hooven, MarketReach, Inc.

  • Emma Hrustic, Merkle, Inc.

  • Marcia Iacobucci, DDB

  • Jonathan James, Fidelity Information Services, LLC (FIS)

  • Lisa Jillson, Allstate Insurance Company

  • Megan Kacvinsky, Point to Point Inc

  • David Kahn, Clear Channel Outdoor

  • Anne Kawalerski, Bloomberg Media

  • Barbara Keesler, Educational Testing Service (ETS)

  • John Keller, Deloitte

  • Maureen Kelly, Hiscox Insurance

  • Sheila Ketzer, Dell Inc.

  • Jamie Kieffer, Edelman

  • Emily Kleist, The Mx Group

  • Ted Kohnen, Retina Communications

  • Abigail Kushner, Northwell Health

  • Kelly Kyer, Caterpillar, Inc.

  • Grete Lavrenz, Carmichael Lynch, Inc

  • Myra Lee, Conning

  • Candace Lill, Dell Inc.

  • Jan Loomis, Coldwell Banker Real Estate Corp.

  • Monica Lorusso, Allen & Gerritsen, Inc.

  • Scott LoSasso, LoSasso Integrated Marketing

  • Archie Lyons, Caterpillar, Inc.

  • Kevin Mackiewicz, Fifth Third Bank

  • Samantha Madden (Erickson), Activision Blizzard Media

  • Monya Mandich, Expedia, Inc.

  • Roopa Maniktala, IBM Corporation

  • Brenda Manos, United States Postal Service

  • Landis Martin, Pon Material Handling

  • Robert McFarland, Cox Communications, Inc.

  • Patrick McGill, Two Rivers Marketing

  • Rachel McHugh, Clear B2B

  • Sam Meers, Barkley

  • Meghan Miller, Grant Thornton LLP

  • Grace Mistry, BMO Financial Group

  • Wajma Mohseni, Dow Jones

  • Emma Mondolino, Nextdoor

  • Debbie Morrison, Ebiquity

  • Catherine Nasr, Deloitte

  • Taylor Nelson, Brodeur Partners

  • Stefanie Nelson, Dell Inc.

  • Daniel Nelson, Nelson Schmidt

  • Cindy Nelson, State Street Global Advisors

  • Amy Newton, 3M

  • Julia Nissim, American Dental Association

  • Elliott Nix, Google

  • Alex Norbury, twogether

  • Bailee OBrien, Caterpillar, Inc.

  • Mos Okediji, Intuit Inc.

  • Brad Oldham, Fahlgren Mortine

  • Leonor Palao, JP Morgan Asset Management

  • Trish Pino, First American Education Finance

  • Bruna Piovesan, Twitter

  • Jeffrey Platt, Mastercard

  • Ilona S. Pomeroy, Promotion Mechanics, Inc.

  • Amy Protexter, Insight

  • Courtney Rankin, Ally

  • Neil Ripley, Comscore Inc.

  • Turner Roach, Deloitte

  • Stephanie Rogers, MERGE Boston

  • Robert Rothschild, Smartly.io

  • Michael Ruby, Retina Communications

  • Cynthia Scheid, Stein IAS

  • Chris Schermer, Schermer

  • Jason Schlossberg, HUGE

  • Jeff Schmitz, Zebra Technologies Corporation

  • Mindy Sears, Rapp

  • David Selby, Schafer / Condon / Carter

  • Mark Semmelmayer, Pen & Inc. Marketing Communications

  • Melissa Shapiro, Choice Hotels International, Inc.

  • Chris Shuptrine, Adzerk

  • Bob Siegal, PwC

  • Ashley Small, Citi (Citibank NA)

  • Laura Sottile, Deloitte

  • Karl Spangenberg, MediaLink, LLC

  • Vicky Sparks, W.W. Grainger, Inc.

  • Emma Speckman, Centerline Digital

  • Bill Spink, DMW Direct

  • Karen Starns, OJO Labs

  • Alexa Steinberg, Deloitte

  • Nina Swienton, Protolabs

  • Jennifer Szekely, Coley Porter Bell

  • Anne Teaford, KPMG LLP

  • Michael Therrien, IBM Corporation

  • Beverly Thomas, BNO Inc.

  • Alice Tong, The Economist Group

  • Karen Toor, Gates Corporation

  • Lynn Tornabene, Oracle Data Cloud

  • Rob Urban, Henry Schein, Inc.

  • Anne Valentzas, Mastercard

  • Marten Van Pelt, Plante Moran

  • Edwin Van Riessen, Plasco ID

  • Amy Volz, Trane Technologies

  • Alexandra Webber, twogether

  • Shileen Weber, GWG Holdings, Inc.

  • Stephen White, Parkland Direct

  • David Whiting, Edelman

  • Erica Wiggins, George P. Johnson Company

  • Craig Wilkinson, Aetna Inc.

  • Holly Zhang, Lenovo United States Inc.