Rebecca Clyde

CXO, VICE PRESIDENT OF COMMUNICATIONS AND CO-FOUNDER

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Rebecca Clyde joined Ideas Collide after serving for 7 years at Intel as a marketing programs manager, where she was responsible for managing Intel’s embedded brand. During her time at Intel, Rebecca launched more than 50 Intel products in every geography, managed campaigns across multiple media channels and developed a public relations program that garnered unprecedented media coverage for Intel’s embedded products and technologies. Prior to Intel, Rebecca worked at Brodeur Worldwide, a high-tech PR firm servicing clients such as US West and IBM. Rebecca is a proud volunteer and supporter of the Big Brothers/Big Sister’s program, she’s worked with the organization for over 12 years and was named “Big of the Year” in 2004. Rebecca holds an MBA from Arizona State University and was recently named one of the “35 Entrepreneurs Under 35″ in Arizona by the Arizona Republic.

Rebecca’s Profile

AGENCY SKILL SET: CXO (the X is a variable for a little bit of everything), Vice President and Co-Founder
COORDINATES Currently: Latitude: 09°55’N Longitude: 84°02’W, Prior: Costa Rica, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay
EDUCATION / TRAINING MBA , Arizona State University
HIDDEN TALENT I make killer crepes…
FAVORITE DESTINATION Barcelona
GUILTY PLEASURE Sprinkles Cupcakes
MOST LIKELY TO BE SEEN In a juggling act (kids, career, volunteer work, client/team management)
MOM ALWAYS TOLD ME “Use a coupon.”
PAST LIVES / EARNED MY STRIPES Intel, Brodeur Porter Novelli, Franklin Covey
CHILDHOOD AMBITION Ballerina (15 years of ballet training)
SOUNDTRACK Shakira
RETREAT The spa
GEAR Tous & Tori Burch tote bags
SUPERHERO POWER Ultimate flexibility…like Elastigirl
PROUDEST MOMENT (CAREER) Every day at Ideas Collide
PROUDEST MOMENT (PERSONAL) Giving birth to three amazing children
ALARM CLOCK My 1-year old daughter
IN THE EIGHTIES I sang in my school choir and met the infamous Chilean dictator Augusto Pinochet

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