Meet The Fellows: Jessica McGlory


FutureIsFemale award winner, Jessica McGlory has entered a new role as Head of Growth at Verb.

Before Verb Jessica lead paid social efforts as the Director of Paid Social Media Marketing at Bombas, the digitally native apparel company focused on making the most comfortable socks in history and giving back to those in need. In her past role as a consultant, Jessica has guided a range of entertainment and digital agencies in identifying ways to expand their business through fandom data.

Jessica is the 2018 Direct Marketing News Woman to Watch, 2017 AdColor Rising Star Award winner and, according to 4As, is one of 100 People Who Make Advertising Great. An avid thought leader, Jessica has spoken and contributed to conferences, publications, and podcasts providing insight on marketing, media, and her diverse perspective.

Want to see more Jessica? Find her on LinkedIn and follow her on Instagram and Twitter @emceeglory.

Created in 2016 The AD Club of NY made a commitment of $100K annually to retain more diverse talent and promote more women into leadership positions. The ACNY i’mPART Fellowship Program, now in its fourth year, has expanded from helping 10 to over 50 women pursue their goals and elevate their executive presence – providing more access, tools, & nurturing necessary for them to grow and thrive in all aspects of our industry.

Each Fellow receives:

All-Expense Paid Trips to Exclusive Industry Conferences
Customized executive Training ‘Night School’ @PwC
Executive Salon Series – Access to top leaders in small settings; fostering mentor connections and intentional networking
1-year AD Club of NY membership


FOSTERING THE TALENT PIPELINE – Since 1986, The Advertising Club of New York  (ACNY) Foundation, has been dedicated to supporting and connecting advertising,  marketing and media professionals along their career paths. From students, to the C-suite, the AD Club seeks to provide opportunities and resources to promote, attract, retain & train a workforce of professionals that reflect all communities.