NY president

Ida recently joined mcgarrybowen as President of mcgarrybowen New York. Prior to this Ida was the WPP Global Client Leader for the Intercontinental Hotel Group, working across their full portfolio of brands. She was responsible for the relationship with numerous WPP companies, including Ogilvy, JWT, Mindshare, Wunderman, Possible, Superunion, H&K and Burson, Cohn & Wolfe.

Ida is fully versed in leading change in complex organizations and implementing new operating models spanning multiple brands, markets and disciplines. Ida has led brand communications for iconic brands from both Europe and America including United Airlines, Marriott Hotels, Marks & Spencer, Virgin Trains, and Visit London.

She has been described as Mr. Wolfe from Pulp Fiction as she is adept at cleaning up when things don’t quite go to plan. She loves complexity and creativity.

Ida is an invited member of WACL (Women in Advertising & Communications London). She currently lives in Manhattan with her family.

Why I am judging these awards

It’s an honor to be part of the jury for The Drum Digital Awards this year. I’ll be looking out for clear evidence of how data and creativity have come together to drive client business. I’m also just looking forward to seeing brilliant work from the brightest minds in our industry.

Judging panel

Amanda Dean

Head of Programmatic Partners & Strategy
IBM Watson

Anthony Lavall


Stephanie Gay

Senior Vice President, Media Strategy & Planning

Meredith Guerriero

Head of U.S. Partnerships

Caley Lewis

director, buyer development

Chris Apostle

chief media officer

Greg Allum

vice president, display & social
LQ Digital

Greg Anderson

managing director
Xaxis Media Group

Ida Rezvani

NY president

Jay Glogovsky

senior director, revenue analytics and operations
New York Times

Jeannie Gammon

vp sales operations
The New York Times

Kolin Kleveno

head of programmatic

Marc Mallett

vice president, performance advertising
Disney Advertising Sales

Rachael Savage

Head of AdOps & Monetization Strategy
Condé Nast

Sean Merriweather

VP of Product Marketing
Publicis Media