PAM HENNING

PAM HENNING
Media & Entertainment Executive
Vice President of Travelex Currency Services
New York, NY – London, UK


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PAM HENNINGPam Henning is a business catalyst with a track record of developing breakthrough ideas that drive revenue and build brand equity through ideation, sales and execution of multi-platform integrated marketing initiatives. Innovative executive with career experience in film, live entertainment, magazine, retail and television, leveraging a background in start-up, early stage and Fortune 500 companies.

Henning’s career in media and entertainment have included senior and leadership positions at Pamalot Entertainment (owner), Fox Cable Networks, The Weinstein Company (Los Angeles/New York), Serino Coyne, Inc (an Omnicom Company), Loews Cineplex Entertainment, Travelex Currency Services (New York/London) and more.

She has developed native content and customized programming for brands including Anheuser-Busch, Audi, Cadillac, Hershey, Jeep, Kayak, Microsoft, Mercedes Benz, Miller Coors, Pepsi, Subway, VW, West Elm (a Williams Sonoma Company), Sonos, Samsung, PepsiCo’s Quaker Oats, Microsoft, and, Wonderama  Entertainment.

Henning ran The Weinstein Company’s global integrated marketing department. Oversight of merchandising and licensing programs for Weinstein/Dimension film and television properties. She was the lead business executive for television franchise Project Runway. Worked with network partner BRAVO and magazine partner ELLE to create and execute brand-sponsored challenges with agencies and their clients.

American Express, Blackberry, Bravo, Elle magazine, Hershey’s, General Motors, Levi’s, LVMH, L’Oreal Paris, TRESemmé, and T-Mobile for Weinstein and Dimension films from The Nanny Diaries and The Great Debaters to Grindhouse and Halloween.

Pamela Henning is an active member of the Academy of Televisions Arts and Sciences; and board member (past and present) of the Tribeca Performing Arts Center, Digital Hollywood Women in Business (advisor); The President’s Committee for the Arts and the Humanities.