“She’s The Boss” Episode 5 – Karine Méhu, Director of Digital Marketing at ESPN

September 15, 2011  |  

About This Episode

Karine Méhu is proof that sometimes you really can have it all. As the Director of Digital Marketing at ESPN, Ms. Méhu oversees the creation and implementation of ideas that must be as practical as they are creative. ESPN’s advertisers depend on her to execute campaigns that capture consumers’ attention and spending money.

This dedicated young professional gets up at 4 am everyday and is somehow finding the time to plan her wedding even as she racks up professional accolades and puts in long hours at a job she loves.  Soak up some of her career wisdom and find out why she’s the boss!

This episode was produced in partnership with Transcendent Enterprise, an NYC corporate video production company.

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  • lalaj

    shes so positive! great job to u both!! inspiring!

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  • wefwefew

    hanks to —–M'ilitary Sóulmaté.C óM —– where i find a military man to love … he is my true love……he is the man of my dreams …….

    Thanks again….. he makes me know military KISS is so great….

  • Mobi

    Ms. Me’hu must have sneezed a lot as a child because God blessed her! She’s so beautiful and smart and smart looking! …and young, wow! She doesn’t look a day over twenty-four and six months but she’s wise like a sixty-eight year old Rhodes Scholar! Thanks for being an inspiration. I’m one hundred percent certain that your loved ones are proud of you. 

    P.S. I bet my life that her significant other LOVES her! 

  • JHM

    Great segment, very informative.

  • Betty

    Great questions Kela! Much respect to Ms. Mehu! Bravo ESPN!

  • Lisa

    Stories like this prove that being young, black, beautiful and successful is more of a reality a fairytale. I currently work in the digital advertising industry and my goal is to make it as far up tha ladder as possible. This is an amazing feat for Ms. Mehu. Congratulations on all your success.