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Lori Bullock

Ms. Bullock is a SVP, Executive Producer at Digitas Health where she currently manages content production related duties and production staff for several health and wellness, pharma and lifestyle brands on the Forbes 100 list under the French holding company media giant, Publicis.

She has overseen the financial planning, production and media broadcast of television and radio commercials for several brands under the Diageo parent company, which includes Tanqueray Gin and Captain Morgan’s Parrot Bay rum. She has also managed award winning content production for several Procter & Gamble brands including Pringles, Febreze, and Downy.

Ms. Bullock began her career as a news producer working for Fox Television and ABC news outlets here in New York and in the Midwest. Her journalism background later prepared her for a career in industrial documentaries and corporate long form filmmaking for major corporations including the Ford Motor Company, Merck Pharmaceuticals, Prentice Hall and Exxon Mobil.

During her early career, her interest in commercial filmmaking for advertising grew after attending an IRTS (International Radio and Television Society) IRTS diversity workshop panel, where she met a Senior VP/Director of Broadcast Production at Grey Worldwide who spoke about the lack of talented producers of color filling the ranks of large corporate ad agencies.

That bold and very true statement fueled her quest to become an agency producer at premiere global ad agencies where she has risen up the ranks and continues to make her presence known as a SVP Senior Production Executive. In her spare time she enjoys traveling, mentoring, and contributing her time and skill set to causes and organizations that continue to inspire her with the hope of inspiring the next generation of Content Producers.

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