Bravo Promotes Ellen Stone to Marketing EVP

The seven-year vet has been instrumental in the network's "Top Chef," "Summer by Bravo" campaigns, as well as its digital partnerships

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Seven-year Bravo Media veteran Ellen Stone has been promoted to executive vice president of marketing. Formerly a senior vice president in the department, she reports directly to Bravo and Style Media president Frances Berwick.

“Ellen is a multifaceted executive with an extremely creative vision,” Berwick said in a statement. “She has helped propel Bravo to a Top 10 network with exciting ways to engage our audience and keep the brand fresh, distinctive and relevant.”

Stone is credited with several successful campaigns for the network's emmy-winning reality competition, "Top Chef." She also oversaw the "Summer by Bravo" branding campaign, which is it now in its fourth year.

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Additionally, Stone has been responsible for extending the network's digital reach with partnerships, which have included those with Four Square, Twitter, YouTube and Facebook.

Before joining the network in 2006 as its Consumer Marketing vice president, Stone has worked for Lifetime, Bozell Worldwide, J. Walter Thompson, Wells Rich Greene BDDP and Margeotes Fertitta & Partners.

She has worked with notable clients over her career, including the Dairy Management Milk Board, Bell Atlantic Corporation, Lever 2000, IBM and Wisk.