From the “Big Easy” to the “Big Apple” Return Path to Present at Both EEC & SalesForce World Tour

Posted by Karen Lewison 

Coming up the week of May 1st, Return Path will have a big week for events.  Down in “The Big Easy” we will be participating in the Email Evolution Conference held at The Hilton Riverside in New Orleans, LA which will be held May 1- 3. Our own Tom Sather, Sr. Director of Email Research will be presenting “Visionary Ideas to Future-Proof Your Email Program”. Joining Tom, will be Doug Henderson Email Deliverability Strategy Manager for EAB I Royall & Co. We are very excited to have these two share their thought leadership ideas with you.  We will also have a booth in the experience hall so feel free to check it out.

On May 2 in the “The Big Apple”, we will be participating in the SalesForce World Tour – NYC which will be held at the Jacob Javits Center.  We have an awesome panel session on “Understanding Gmail Deliverability” which will be led by our own Emily Gates, SVP Global Client Services and Matt Mikolajchak, Principal Technical Account Manager. Joining Emily and Matt on this panel will be Lawrence Montoya, Director, Digital Member Experience for AARP. This should be a very lively and information session you won’t want to miss. We will also have a booth in the cloud expo so stop by and visit with our email experts.


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About Karen Lewison

Karen is the Sr. Manager of Event Marketing for Return Path. Her current role is planning and executing the overall strategy for Return Path events including both internal and client facing. She has been involved in planning and executing the Return Path presence at industry events like MarketingSherpa, Email Evolution Conference, and Salesforce Connections focusing on high quality engagement, opportunities, and lead generation. She has worked as an event planner for over 15 years, on both the facility and customer side which brings invaluable expertise to her role at Return Path. Karen received a M.S. in Hospitality and Tourism Management from Roosevelt University in Chicago and a B.S. in Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana University.

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