Bill Oberlander

Bill Oberlander is Co-Founder and ECD of OBERLAND, a purpose-driven agency in NYC that combines his professional talents and personal passion for making the world better. He oversees the creation of campaigns for clients including Uber, Happy Egg Company, The Guardian, Heifer International, Juice Press, The National Alliance on Mental Illness, Kenneth Cole, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, The Nature Conservancy, and New York Institute of Technology. Before launching OBERLAND in 2014, Bill was Director of Communications, Marketing and Events at the Robin Hood Foundation. He has won multiple awards for culture-impacting campaigns created while at Kirshenbaum Bond + Partners, Ogilvy, McCann, and J. Walter Thompson. Bill introduced the world to pop icon “The Snapple Lady”; turned Target into “Tar-Jay”; and transformed the cell phone into a fashion accessory with “Hello Moto.” A member of the 4A’s Conscious Creative Movement, Bill lives in NYC and the father of sons William and Bertram.