Jeremiah Glodoveza: 40 Under 40 2014

PR director, NetApp
Age: 37

Jeremiah Glodoveza has taken some of the world’s most recognized and admired brands and pushed them to new heights. 

With more than 15 years’ experience and a passion for the PR industry, he has consistently gotten results with his strategic ideas and innovative thinking.

In just two years at NetApp, he has made his mark and now leads all global communications and social media with the company’s worldwide campaigns consistently exceeding expectations.

Under Glodoveza’s leadership, the global PR team has adopted a more consistent approach that uses compelling storytelling to speak to customers. And he has been able to tie these strategies with the company’s marketing goals by working closely with the demand generation team at NetApp to attach tracking codes to content so it can be followed throughout the marketing lifecycle.

During the course of his career, he has managed and executed highly successful campaigns and launches across the globe. For example, Glodoveza spearheaded a Microsoft national product trial and demo tour, hitting 12 cities and resulting in 150,000 product demonstrations and 5 million consumer impressions in less than a month.

During his time at Cohn & Wolfe, Glodoveza led the e-commerce section of Walmart, launching the company’s first mobile app and introducing its disc-to-digital service, securing billions of impressions and high-profile media coverage.

He also launched Angry Birds Space integration in the world’s number one mobile app, spawning the category retailtainment.

Glodoveza is known around the office as a "catalyst for change and inspiring innovation," says Sarah Storelli, a client executive at Voce Communications, which works with NetApp. "Jeremiah’s approach to integrated communications has helped him provide unique contributions that differentiate him from his peers."

"By instituting organic and creative initiatives," she adds, "he has ultimately transformed the world of PR where he has worked, which has been a large feat beyond the vast accomplishments of his day job."


• Glodoveza graduated from college in less than three years with a BS in sociology and a minor in communications

• While already working full time, he added a graduate certificate with emphasis in business and technology and an MBA

• Glodoveza is a judge for Students in Action, a high school volunteering program sponsored by the Jefferson Awards

• In 2002, he earned an honorable mention in PRWeek’s Young PR Professional of the Year category

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