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Take Your Seat at the Table: Leadership Strategies for the New Decade

[On Demand]

As Amazon rolls out its digital payments service, a deft marketing strategy is essential. Leah Holzman Glass, head of global marketing for Amazon Pay, is making that happen. On Thursday, March 18, 12-1PM EST, she’s sharing her story with AMA New York at Take Your Seat at the Table: Leadership Strategies for the New Decade, part of our ongoing Women in Marketing Series.

Young Mi Park, adjunct lecturer at Columbia University and Rutgers Business School, will lead a conversation with Holzman Glass about lessons learned on her career journey, B2B marketing, technology, and more. Stay until the end for the 15-minute “Ask Me Anything” live session to gain career inspiration for your next bold professional move.

Why join this event:

  • Get an inside perspective: Hear a global head of marketing’s career story — planning vs. serendipity, working at a small vs. large company, and other lessons.
  • Industry insights: Gain a bird’s-eye view from the C-suite about the evolution and future of B2B marketing and marketing technology.
  • Leadership inspiration: Hear about challenges in marketing as a woman and a leader.


Leah Holzman Glass, speaker
Head of Global Marketing, Amazon Pay

Leah Holzman Glass is a dynamic and disciplined B-to-B marketing leader offering 20 years of experience creating integrated marketing and communications strategies that drive growth and amplify brand stories. Pragmatic and people-focused, she loves to build and transform teams by leveraging modern marketing best practices to deliver positive business outcomes.

Young Mi Park, host

Young Mi Park’s background spans three continents and diverse industries – consumer, education, government, advertising, media, and technology. She has held leadership roles with brands such as American Express, Burger King, and Levi Strauss; education companies, such as Sesame Workshop and Nations Academy; and technology and new ventures. She became the third woman advertising account executive in Korea and, later on, the first woman head of a foreign industrial subsidiary.

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