June M. Archer

C-suite Business Leader & Brand Builder

June Archer is a C-suite business leader and brand builder with extensive experience in retail and consumer products and a history of developing and launching entrepreneurial concepts. June has broad general management expertise and a track record of creating and implementing strategy that links to systems creating transformational growth. She has a strategic marketing focus and works to understand and be the voice of the consumer. June brings people together by engaging, igniting and empowering high performing teams and leads through motivation, enthusiasm and trust.

In her most recent position June was Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at Hackensack Meridian Health. She led transformation and centralization for this newly merged $5.0B network across marketing, communications, PR, creative services, digital, community outreach, events, and partnerships.

Earlier in her career, June distinguished herself as an omnichannel consumer products and retail expert. She has crafted vision and strategies to build and lead new businesses along with optimizing organic growth and gross margin at some of the world’s leading Fortune 500 global entities such as Godiva Chocolatier, Sesame Workshop, The Walt Disney Company and Bloomingdale’s. She grasps operational complexities across a diverse range of industries and business models and her global experience enables her to build highly effective relationships.

June is an active alumna of her alma mater, Princeton University and considers herself a continuous learner earning professional certificates in digital and content marketing along with other areas of interest. She has guest lectured at NJIT and gives talks on new ventures, marketing, branding, vision, strategy and negotiating at schools and professional associations.

June is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Marketing Association; Executive Circle and the National Association of Professional Women. She serves as Chair of the Board for the Princeton University Store and participates in a variety of alumni committees. She is also a member of NJPAC’s Women’s Association serving on the Marketing Committee and volunteers for the Advisory Council’s Jazz Committee.

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