Paul Woolmington

Paul is a ‘Renaissance’ entrepreneur of the media, advertising, digital, marketing and communications industry. He has held leadership positions at the highest levels both globally and domestically in management, media, integrated business, digital and communications strategy.

Hating to be type cast, he has built up experience in a complimentary array of disciplines and what connects all has been his successful, driven entrepreneurial spirit that he has brought to large corporations and businesses he has built.
Paul is currently devoting his energy to a portfolio of ‘angel’ investments and advisory roles in a number of dynamic businesses. In addition he has immersed himself in select high impact work for government, purpose and social cause organizations.

Prior to his current hands on entrepreneur role, Paul co-founded Naked Communications Americas, a pre eminent, objective communications management consultancy. The first of its kind. The Wall Street Journal credited Naked Americas as a Top 5 Agency ‘to watch’. The F.T. called it ‘marketing’s most creative business’ and The Washington Post stated ‘the agency of the future’. Paul was personally recognized as one of the top 10 most creative people in Marketing Services by Fast Company Magazine in 2010. ‘The Media Maestro successfully disrupted the US Marketing scene with his agency’s approach to communications agnosticism.'

Throughout his career, Paul has advised a number of charitable, arts, media, digital, social, event, content, technology and insight/research concerns as well as actively serving on a broad array of industry bodies.
Championing innovative and disruptive thinking, Paul has been extensively published across all media and has served on a diverse array of creative, marketing, media, digital, effectiveness, strategy and integration gatherings, festivals, conferences and award juries.

Born in Africa and raised in the UK, Paul has traveled extensively around the world both professionally and personally. Paul lives in Manhattan with his wife Carol and their two children, India and Gabriel.