Ryan Powers joins senior leadership team
(National Harbor – April 9, 2019) CTAM, the industry’s entertainment and technology marketing organization, announced today that Ryan Powers has taken the role of SVP, communications and marketing, succeeding Anne Cowan, who is retiring this month.
In this position, Powers will lead marketing and communications efforts for CTAM’s member-driven industry marketing and corporate communications initiatives, oversee press relations, and ensure successful integration of communications leaders into key consumer marketing initiatives.
“Ryan is a highly-respected, experienced communications and marketing executive with the vision and talent to serve our members’ changing needs,” said Vicki Lins, president & CEO, CTAM. “His functional expertise will reinforce CTAM’s ability to bring industry players together to solve business challenges and apply proven marcom approaches to achieve greater collective impact.”
Before joining CTAM, Powers served as SVP, communications, marketing and membership for the National Council for Behavioral Health. He also held senior roles at United Way Worldwide, JP Morgan Chase & Co., and Fannie Mae.
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CTAM unites leaders in media, entertainment and technology to enrich consumers' lives with exciting experiences, from what they watch to how they communicate, to the way they live and work. Member companies drive collaborative marketing and communications initiatives so they can achieve greater success by working together, and ultimately better serve the millions of people they engage every day. CTAM provides a proven framework that fuels knowledge sharing, innovation and inspiration -- creating value by aligning members to solve challenges, adjust to industry dynamics, and adapt to new consumer behaviors.