Until October 2014, Romy Newman was Head of Digital Advertising for The Wall Street Journal, overseeing sales, marketing and operations for The Wall Street Journal Digital Network.
Previously, Romy held several management roles at The Wall Street Journal including General Manager of Print, Conferences and Radio, VP of Multi-Media Sales and VP of Sales Strategy & Operations.
During her tenure at The Journal, Romy was proud to be involved in several extremely successful new product development efforts, including WSJ. Magazine, WSJ Weekend, Greater New York and the original groundbreaking WSJ iPad app.
Before joining The Journal, Romy held marketing positions at Google and Estee Lauder, and was also a strategy consultant for a boutique media firm called Kannon Consulting, where she advised top management for Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post.
Romy graduated with a BA in American Studies from Yale University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Romy is excited to begin a new chapter now at home, spending more time at home with her two young children ages 3 and 1. In her very, very little spare time, she enjoys practicing yoga, drinking good wine and doing the NY Times crossword puzzle
How to Make the Leap: Sales in the Digital Age
Join us for a panel discussion with sales executives from Yesware and the Wall Street Journal as we examine the traits and tactics most important to making it in the field.