The Presentation School blog is written by Martha Denton. Martha is an accomplished Senior Executive and Board Member with more than 20 years of success across the technology, packaged goods, media, insurance, sports, and retail industries. Leveraging extensive experience in business transitions and executive management, she is a valuable asset for companies facing significant change or who are struggling to define their value proposition or culture. Her broad areas of expertise include synthesis, marketing, communications, change management, strategic planning and implementation, analytical thinking, and creative problem-solving.
Throughout her career, Martha has held various leadership positions with organizations including AIG, MetLife, and McKinsey & Company. She has significant C-Suite exposure, having worked for and with C-Suite executives for investments, data science, legal, operations, finance, and technology functions.
Her last in house position was AVP of Change Management at MetLife and recently returned her focus towards consulting. She has consulting experience helping major global companies and institutions form strategies, articulate value propositions, build communications capabilities, execute marketing strategies, coach top level executives, and identifying innovation opportunities. Her methods are rooted in her McKinsey experience and design thinking training.
Martha received her Bachelor’s Degree in Government and Women’s Studies from the University of Maryland and earned her Certificate in Interior Design from Parsons School of Design. She has also earned certificates in design thinking from Rutgers and MIT. Martha currently serves on the advisory board for the Rutgers University Executive Design Thinking Advisory Board and was previously a member of the NYC Social Media Week Advisory Board.
You can learn more about Martha at www.marthadenton.com