In addition to selling a Youth Marketing Agency to IPG and a Mobile Agency to Omnicom, below is a brief look at some of Mr. Rambam’s other accomplishments.
Multiple patents including #61994943 a targeting, analytics, and knowledge platform for Omnicom. Implemented Facebook’s first open API initiative, also first use of an in-world Avatar as a brand spokesperson for AT&T and I led the team for the fastest selling Java mobile application in both Apple and Google storefronts.
Formerly Chief Mobile Officer for Tribal DDB. I expanded their mobile offering across 50 offices in 32 countries for top brands, including Pepsi, Pfizer, Exxon-Mobile, and Hasbro. At Fleishman-Hillard (FH) I led their Youth and Social Marketing practice and their Insight lab Next Great Thing. AT FH I managed the AT&T Youth AOR relationship for six years.
Developed and ran the Muhammad Scholarship Fund, for Future Civil Rights Leaders. Worked with MTV to create Fight for Your Rights Against Discrimination. Founding member of PTTOW and created the program when His Holiness the Dali Lama participated. Founded anti-youth violence non-profit SHiNE and recruited dozens of celebrities to help including Jimmy Fallon, Billy Crudup, Beyoncé, Dave Matthews, Sean Combs, and Method Man.
Received the Children's Hope Foundation award for my efforts to help children living with HIV/AIDS and the Leader's Award for my work with HUD to develop KidsBridge, a Children's Cultural Center's for at-risk children. Recognized for my civil rights work by the President’s Initiative on Race. Youngest recipient of the State of Israel’s Theodor Herzl Humanitarian Award.
SPEAKING & PRESS
Alan has spoken at a diverse group of events across the globe including the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul Korea, Advertising Week in New York, and Business Week CEO Forum in Beijing. My work has been featured in a number of media outlets including The Beijing Times, Financial Times Digital in the UK, Hardball, MSNBC, and New York Times Circuits.