Chief executive


Mary Keane-Dawson’s career started at the Observer, in the dying days of the hot metal press and the dawn of desktop publishing.

She’s since played a part in creating an impressive mix of companies, including Redwood Publishing, SPAFAX (now part of WPP), Steak (now part of Dentsu), Reform Collective London and Trade Doubler’s incubator The Zoo Project.

She previously served as chief executive of My Health Pal, a health technology firm born out of adtech and intended to help those who suffer from chronic health problems gain control of their condition.

At present she is to chief executive of the Truth Agency, part of The Marketing Group.

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