John Donnelly has a thirty-year
career in media, marketing, operations and advertising. He was a vice
president & general manager of Donnelly Advertising, the third largest media
company in the United States where he helped the company transition to a
national multi-media orientation by specializing in general management,
sales, project management, public policy and the creative process. He
brought branding and campaign expertise to consumer retail, automotive,
leisure, tobacco, banking, liquor and travel industries. He was responsible
for creative and media of Advertising Council national campaigns including
United Negro College, March Of Dimes and Forest Fire prevention. He served
on Federal Trade Commission committee for responsibility and legal matters
related to advertising out-of-home and print.
He was director of corporate giving at Harvard University, and was liaison
with four of its schools and the Kennedy School of Government.
John was director of marketing at Cullinane Database Systems, Inc., which
became Cullinet Software, the first computer software company to join the
New York Stock Exchange and achieve worldwide distribution. He then joined
Computer Corporation of America, the leading database technology provider to
the federal government and intelligence agencies internationally, as vice
president of marketing.
He was vice president of marketing at Bayer, AGFA-Gavaert's Autographix
division helping them launch and sell using new media. John helped
reengineer the product direction from presentation graphics to imaging and
the new company focused on the color printing/pre-press markets. John
co-founded Fifth Business, Inc. and John's experience and success in
positioning, marketing and sales operations, public relations and media
persuasion, in both consumer and high technology spaces, provides a powerful
John went to Harvard and serves as a corporator at New
England Baptist Hospital.
John at firstname.lastname@example.org