Kevin Hartman is the director of analytics at Google.
As the leader of the analytics practice for Google's Consumer, Government, & Entertainment sector, Kevin Hartman and his team of 60+ analysts partner with major advertisers, creative agencies, and media companies to develop digital solutions that build businesses and brands. His approach mixes science and art to deliver inventive, fact-based strategies that reduce uncertainty and increase effectiveness in marketing and advertising programs.
In addition to his role at Google, Kevin is an adjunct professor at Notre Dame’s Masters of Business Analytics program, the University of Chicago’s Masters of Analytics and Masters of Public Policy programs, and the University of Illinois’s International MBA program lecturing on topics including digital marketing, data visualization, and Big Data. He is an active speaker at conference and industry events.
Kevin is a six-time winner of the Advertising Research Foundation Ogilvy Award which honors exceptional insights that inspire impactful advertising. He has overseen the design of marketing insights and strategies behind campaigns that earned 5 Cannes Lions, 5 Effies, over 50 Tempos, and dozens of other awards.
Kevin is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and earned his MBA and Masters of Public Policy from the University of Chicago.
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