Leslie Donovan (Princeton, NJ) (February 2008-Present)
Leslie joined Rosetta, now the largest independent interactive agency, in 2006 as a Partner in the Healthcare vertical. Leslie, a leader in the Account Management group, delivers strategic solutions and thought leadership for many of the top pharmaceutical companies. Prior to Rosetta, she was with Targetbase for more than 15 years, where she was instrumental in moving the company from a database and analytics company into a fully integrated DTC agency, acquired by Omnicom. Leslie’s most recent roles there were as SVP and GM within the agency as well as leading their business development efforts. Leslie is proud of her long term relationships with providing marketing solutions for P&G and in helping Southwest Airlines become the most innovative and profitable airline in the industry. She has also worked on accounts in industries such as consumer packaged goods, automotive, beverages, insurance, and entertainment. Leslie is also featured in a business book, Mother Leads Best, 50 Women who are Changing the way Organizations Define Leadership.
Leslie resides in Princeton, NJ. She has two daughters, and keeps very busy in her free time with their varied and different activities.
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The Boy Scouts of America ended its ban on gay Scouts following GLAAD's yearlong campaign to bring equality to Scouting. GLAAD first started calls for the Boy Scouts of America to end its ban on gay Scouts and Scout leaders in April 2012 after Jennifer Tyrrell, a mom and den leader from Ohio was removed from her 7-year-old’s Cub Scout pack for being gay. Since then and with GLAAD's support, more than 1.8 million signatures have been collected through Change.org calling for an end to the Boy Scouts' ban on gay members. GLAAD is continuing its call for the Boy Scouts to end its ban on gay parents and leaders. More at glaad.org/scouts