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AEC Leadership

Thursday, March 25th, 2021

Rising to the Top: The Path to AEC Marketing Leadership



9:00 am - 10:00 am

Signature Series

Domain 6: Management


Senior Marketers Round Table

Marketing leadership roles vary greatly in the AEC industry. Many large firms have C-suite marketing and sales leadership, and others have directors or principals, while smaller firms may even expect architects, engineers, or builders to lead their marketing teams. So where does this leave you in your aspirations to take on new challenges and develop your career path? Join us for an open and honest conversation about opportunities and obstacles in achieving marketing leadership goals. Guest speaker Chief Marketing Officer Pascal Molenat from OTJ Architects will be joining the discussion. If you would like to submit a question before the event, please email Falynn at Questions will be made anonymous upon request.

What You'll Learn

The program will include an open discussion moderated by Falynn Schmidt, Director of Business Development for OTJ, where you can share your goals, ask your questions, and hear from others about their path to marketing leadership.

What It Costs
  • Member: $10
  • Board Member: $5
  • CPSM: $5
  • Student: $5
  • Non-Member: $25
Additional Details
  • Agenda / timeframe: 10-minute conversation starter with Pascal followed by 40 minutes of questions from the group, and finishing with 10 minutes of final thoughts and practical advice for next steps.
  • Questions contact: Falynn Schmidt, 202.748.7175,

Event Speakers

Pascal Molenat, OTJ Architects

Chief Marketing Officer


Pascal graduated from New York University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. He enjoys rock climbing, 20th-century art, and the (more than) occasional glass of Burgundy.