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Layla Revis is an award-winning marketer. Currently, she serves as a strategic advisor to growth stage SaaS startups in Silicon Valley and is Vice President, Marketing at Sprout Social, rated the #1 software by G2, where she leads brand marketing, communications, content, and social media. Previously, she was a VP of Brand and Digital Marketing at Pure Storage and OpenText, where she has led functions including brand, sponsorships, event marketing, and digital demand generation. She has also served as Head of Social Media at Oracle and has been a senior marketing leader at renowned advertising agencies, Leo Burnett and Ogilvy & Mather, where she specialized in global digital and social strategy, integrated campaigns, and influencer partnerships for Fortune 500 brands. She has worked with various B2B and B2C clients including BeatsbyDre, Dove (Unilever), Taylor Swift Fragrances (Estee Lauder), De Beers Diamond Jewelers, Kellogg's, Microsoft, Pfizer, The US State Department, and Visa.  

She began her career in Hollywood at Creative Artists Agency and Warner Brothers Studios. In addition to writing for Bravo, Disney, and Sony Pictures, she was Vice-President of Big Picture Group, a film marketing agency where she wrote and produced multi-platform campaigns for E! Entertainment, Discovery Channel, and The History Channel.

For several years, she was a columnist for Los Angeles Confidential Magazine and Day Spa Magazine and has written travel, lifestyle, and entertainment features for Town & Country, Teen Vogue, Islands Magazine, and Moving Pictures Magazine. Her work has won several industry accolades including a Gold Cannes Lion award for the Samsung campaign "Voices of Life," as well as three Telly Awards for her work with the San Jose Sharks and Philips Healthcare. 

Layla graduated with Distinction from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a Masters degree in Media & Development and holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Pennsylvania in English Literature.

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