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Swan SitOperating Partner, AF Ventures; and Leading Voice on Clubhouse

Swan Sit is a leader in modern marketing, sitting at the intersection of corporate economics, digital transformation, and consumer attention. During her career Swan has led teams focused on digital transformation in her roles as Head of Digital Marketing at Nike, Revlon, and Estée Lauder. She held two key roles as a VP at Nike, overseeing Global Digital Marketing during the Emmy-winning “Dream Crazy” campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick; and running Digital Operations, Product, Supply Chain and Service for a $2bn North American ecommerce business.

In other roles Swan led digital innovation at Revlon and Elizabeth Arden, and ran online strategy for the Estée Lauder Companies, increasing its digital footprint to 400+ sites across 50 countries in five years. Swan was selected as a Brand Innovators 40 under 40 and Marketing Woman to Watch, and took home both Best Social Campaign and Best in Show at the Glossy Awards.

Currently Swan serves as Independent Board Director at publicly traded companies Edgewell and Novabay in addition to her role as Operating Partner at AF Ventures and their recently launched SPAC. She is the Vice President of Marketing at Ani Energy, a new energy drink company launched by TikTok stars Josh Richards and Bryce Hall.

Prior to her career as a corporate executive, Swan was a management consultant at Bain, owned an ad agency focused on emotional branding, and was a product manager at Newell. Swan graduated with a BA in Economics from Harvard and an MBA from Columbia.

Swan is leveraging her breadth of professional experience to advise her +3m followers on the Clubhouse platform and consulting the companies and leaders of tomorrow. She has advised a variety of businesses and has sat on the boards of industry and philanthropic organizations including AdWeek's Diversity and Inclusion Council, L2 Digital Think Tank, Women in Retail, Consumer Goods Technology Council, Impact Network, Foundation Rwanda and Worldview’s space think tank.