Libby Brockhoff, Odysseus Arms

Libby Brockhoff headshotCEO and Co-founder of Odysseus Arms

Libby Brockhoff launched her career in advertising at the age of 27 as one of the founding partners of Mother, a London based Ad agency. Women in advertising make up only 3% of leadership roles, and Libby is one of them. She has worked with tech giants like Facebook, Microsoft and YouTube and is a staunch advocate for other women who are looking to “make it” in their chosen field. She mentors other women because she believes in them as well as the power of diversity in business in order to achieve creativity and innovation. Listen to learn why she struggles with understanding why women have low confidence issues, even after achieving great success.

To hear Women to Watch™ Media’s interview with Libby and learn more about her story, listen below.


Full Biography

Libby Brockhoff is the CEO and Co-Founder of Odysseus Arms, a San Francisco creatively driven juggernaut with the unique certification of being Woman-Owned™.  She launched her career as one of the founding partners, and namer, of Campaign’s “Agency of the Decade,” Mother, London. She was 27—and she hasn’t slowed down since. As one of the only female creative directors in the industry (women make up 3% of agency leadership), she’s crafted the advertising strategies for Silicon Valley tech giants like Facebook, Microsoft and YouTube. She reframed the transgender narrative as the creative visionary behind Caitlyn Jenner’s coming out story. She helped activate Obama’s Arms Trade Treaty because she believed in it. And she leads a dangerous team of equally-passionate professionals at the AdAge’s “Small Agency of the Year” (and next “Agency of the Decade”), Odysseus Arms.

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