The Washington Post today named Raquelle Zuzarte, Vice President of Marketing for the client solutions division. In this role, Zuzarte will work with both local and global clients to create collaborative, long-term relationships and lead the development and implementation of innovative strategies and solutions for brand clients. She will report to Washington Post CRO Joy Robins and start on Monday, Feb. 3.
“The Washington Post works with partners ranging from small businesses to the Fortune 50 who turn to us for a solutions-based approach to their business challenges and opportunities, and Raquelle’s leadership and past experience will play a critical role in driving ROI from a brand’s perspective,” said Robins. “As we continue to evolve our work with partners in a way that transcends traditional media and advertising, Raquelle brings diverse industry experience that will be integral in our future growth.”
Zuzarte was most recently the Chief Marketing Officer at Equity Project for All where she was advising start-ups to achieve incremental revenue and market share growth. Prior to that role, she was the Senior Director of Marketing Sciences at Charter Communications. Zuzarte also has several years of experience at major media companies having served in marketing leadership positions at Time Warner Cable and CBS Corporation. She has lead global brands across the G7 countries as a Global Strategic Marketing Director at Johnson & Johnson and previously worked at Accenture and Procter & Gamble.