Ketchum CEO Mike Doyle leads one of the world’s top communications consultancies, helping companies tell their stories, connect with the people they care about most and use communications to inspire action. Mike has helped clients launch products and services, merge or acquire new companies, navigate issues and crises and determine their purpose in an increasingly competitive, connected and consumer-empowered global society. He is the co-chair for Omnicom’s global OPEN Pride employee resource group and serves on the global Board of Directors for GLAAD, the world’s leading organization dedicated to accelerating acceptance for the LGBTQ community. A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and a graduate of Muhlenberg College, Mike splits his time between New York City, Asbury Park, New Jersey, and on the road, serving Ketchum’s extraordinary colleagues and clients.
This week, I have the great honor of becoming CEO of Ketchum—to serve our clients, our people and our connected global community as we charge forward into the next great chapter of our exceptional firm. In the earliest hours of that chapter, I shared some thoughts with my colleagues. I often tell the story of […]
I’d love to tell you a story. I came out to my dad in 2015, on the day after Christmas. We all enjoyed a great holiday together, and though my orientation was hardly a secret at that point, I never really had “the conversation” with my father. In the early years, I wasn’t ready to […]
I walked into Ketchum on my first day of work on October 23, 1995. Twenty-three years ago today. I had hair, and it was brown. My student loans loomed, and my wardrobe was more Chandler Bing than Don Draper. But damn, I felt lucky – not just to have a job, but to be welcomed into […]
June is about to come to a close and as calendars turn to July, rainbow flags will be replaced by stars and stripes in the U.S. and people will be throwing much less glitter than they will backyard barbecues. Another Pride in the books. I spent some time this month wondering why Pride still matters. […]
If you told the 24, or even 34 year-old version of me that one day I’d be sharing thoughts publicly on what Pride Month means to me I’d have called you crazy. Or worse, back then, misguided. My path to Pride hasn’t been clear or easy, and it’s probably been more private than some. The […]
As we approach Mother’s Day, we wanted to take a moment to celebrate all things mom. Specifically, how a mother’s influence shapes your professional presence. Below are two unique perspectives on how both being a mom, and the guidance she provides, can have a profound impact on the decision making process throughout your career. Cheryll […]