GUEST HOST: Jae Goodman, former Chief Creative Officer and Co-Head of CAA Marketing, which he spun out to become Observatory in 2018 and subsequently sold to Stagwell before stepping away last year. In his combined 16 years at CAA and Observatory, Jae racked up 4 Cannes Grand Prix in four different categories including the first-ever Entertainment Lion, 4 Emmys, the first and second-ever brand films accepted to Sundance, and he was the driving force in the creation of Nike’s new Film and TV studio, Waffle Iron Entertainment. But before all that, Jae cut his teeth at Wieden+Kennedy in the 90s, where he first developed a bond with... GUEST: The legendary Janet Champ. Her face is etched on the Mount Rushmore of Wieden+Kennedy greats. Throughout the 90s, she pioneered a new way of marketing to women with her iconic Nike Women’s Fitness Campaigns that inspired generations of women across the world. Winner of all the big advertising awards, there’s a permanent display at Nike HQ paying homage to Janet's greatest hits. Her career helped inspire the Peggy Olson character in Mad Men. Her prolific career continues on today, with work for clients like Apple, AirBNB, UnderArmor, and the non-profits closest to her heart.