As President and Chief Executive of TracyLocke, Beth Ann Kaminkow is dedicated to every aspect of the employee and client experience. She is at the heart of a high-performance culture that recognizes that the growth and attraction of top talent is critical to delivering exceptional client service.
During her two decades in the industry she has touched every aspect of marketing communications across consumer packaged goods, retail, finance, restaurant and technology companies. She is a strong advocate of insights-inspired marketing programs, and was a pioneer in strategic-planning research methodologies.
Beth Ann has led TracyLocke’s transformation into what they call Brand to Retail Marketing which has landed them in the top three of shopper marketing agencies for three years running. She is a thought leader in this area writing articles, publishing white papers, speaking at conferences and consulting with clients.
Dividing her time between TracyLocke offices in Wilton, New York, Dallas and San Francisco, Beth Ann’s past and present clients include such diverse brands as PepsiCo, Gatorade, HP, T-Mobile, IBM, Brown Forman, Clorox, Fidelity, Sony, Gillette, Philips, Research In Motion (Blackberry), YUM Brands, KAO, Sun Products, Playstation, Chase, TXU Energy and Kimberly-Clark.
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Beth Ann’s favorite Downtown destinations are her TracyLocke offices at 1999 Bryan Street and the Arts District.
Beth Ann is passionate about Downtown because she has passion for cities on the brink of transformation and revitalization.
Beth Ann’s favorite Downtown memory is her first introduction to Downtown, during her final job interview in November 2005. She was so impressed with the component parts: distinctive buildings and housing; multinational brands; the beginning of the Arts District, Main Street, and the Farmers Market.
Beth Ann chooses to support Downtown Dallas, Inc. because there’s so much possibility and potential. The vision in the 360 Plan is inspiring and creates a road-map for development. Now comes the reality of bringing a plan to life. I’d like to see Downtown Dallas become a world recognized city for living, working and playing.