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Ep.07 // Teresa Herd

Intel’s former VP Global Creative Director

From 1500 external agencies to a team of 85 employees and ~30 freelancers
When her mom wanted her to become a doctor, her art teacher had other advice. Teresa knew at a young age that she felt creativity in her bones. How would she mend the two futures? She went on to study medical illustration, and through a series of career stepping stones, carved her path to leading one of the world’s premier in-house agencies.

What we cover:

  • Robot Bees…with backpacks?
  • 11th hour change in creative with Lady Gaga at the Grammys
  • Emboldened to be a voice for the LGBTQ community
  • Responsible Diversity & Inclusion
  • In-House vs. External, it’s about the best talent

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Teresa Herd’s Accomplishments

Ad Age’s Creativity 50, Ad Age In-house Agency of the year, Emmy Nominated, Campaign US Digital 40 over 40, Multiple Gold, Silver and Bronze Lions, Clios, One Show awards, Woman of Impact and Chief Creative Director for the largest single day protest, Women’s March identity & PSAs.

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Episode Credits:

Produced by: Philly Made Creative

Host/Producer: Kristen Berman

Producer/Sound Engineer/Music Supervisor/Editor: Kristen Berman

Kristen Berman

Kristen Berman

Kristen Berman is a Creative Designer & Producer with over 10 years of experience leading projects that span across advertising, branding, marketing, and media production. She co-founded Philly Made Creative in 2014 and holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from Rowan University. Her work has elevated businesses in a variety of industries such as manufacturing, construction, food service, and education. She is also the host and producer of the podcast, Made To Be, and has interviewed extraordinary women at companies such as Campbell’s Soup, Ford, and Intel. Kristen encourages women, no matter their path in life, to achieve their dreams.