About Kate Everett-Thorp
EVERETT-THORP, KATE is the CEO of Real Girls Media Network. Prior to founding Real Girls Media Network, she served as a venture partner for WaldenVC advising some of their portfolio companies, including MeeVee and Pandora. In addition, Everett-Thorp is the former president, Digital Worldwide at AKQA. She oversaw all advertising operations across AKQA’s offices in San Francisco, New York, Washington D.C., London and Singapore. She was also responsible for greatly expanding AKQA’s operations with new clients like ESPN, The Gap, MSN, and Coca-Cola’s global account. Before joining AKQA, Everett-Thorp was the former Chairman and Chief Marketing Officer of Carat Interactive. She came to Carat when her agency Lot21 was acquired in January 2002. She served as president & CEO of Lot21, a digital marketing, media and advertising agency. Her unique background includes experience as television reporter, U.S. congressional aide, writer, media executive, CNET online crusader, co-founder of the Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) to starting her own digital communications company Lot21. Recognized by Advertising Age as one of the "Top 25 Women to Watch" and named 2005’s Media All Star by OMMA. She has shared in all perspectives: executive, advertiser, publisher and trade organizations responsible for providing standards and accountability. Everett-Thorp is the mother of three children - a six-year old daughter and 4-year old twin boys.
- Occupation: CEO
- Organization: Real Girls Media
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