Martha Rebour is the Executive Director of Shot@Life, a global campaign under the United Nations Foundation that aims to increase access to immunizations for children in need through UN partners. She oversees its marketing, communications, corporate partnerships, and brand strategy. Martha has more than 20 years of experience in strategic branding, social media marketing, creative development and consumer research for corporate and nonprofit organizations. Prior to joining the UN Foundation she worked for 10 years at Discovery Communications and oversaw marketing campaigns such as the 20th Anniversary of Shark Week, the BBC series LIFE and Mythbusters, and subsequently ran her own marketing firm where she directed strategic planning and marketing for clients such as the InterAmerican Development Bank, Ogilvy Public Relations, National Geographic, and PBS. She holds a B.A. from Colby College and an MA in French language from New York University.
Areas of Expertise (7)
Social Media Marketing
New York University: M.A., French Language
Colby College: B.A., Liberal Arts, French
Institute for Integrative Nutrition: Holistic Health Coach, Holistic Nutrition 2011
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'Supernanny' Star Jo Frost Named Ambassador To UN Vaccines Campaign
Jo is a recognizable face and presence, so it seems the choice was easy when it was time to pick the ambassador. The executive director for Shot@Life, Martha Rebour, says that this campaign is so important because every child deserves to have easy access to vaccines, no matter where they live.
Walgreens ‘Get A Shot. Give A Shot.’ Program Doubles Contribution in Advance of Giving Tuesday, Nov. 25-29
Global Atlanta online
Martha Rebour, director of Shot@Life, told Global Atlanta that the campaign was initiated five years ago by the Gates Foundation, which saw the possibility of Americans rallying behind a low cost program with such “high impact” benefits...
Featured Articles (3)
A United Front: Building Vaccine Confidence During a PandemicUnited Nations Foundation
To combat vaccine misinformation at home and around the globe, we must build trust. Dr. Heidi J. Larson founded the Vaccine Confidence Project to monitor global public confidence in immunization programs by building an information surveillance system for early detection of public concerns around vaccines.
Get a Shot and Give a Child in Need a Shot at a Health LifeUnited Nations Foundation
Every child deserves a chance at a healthy life. That is why the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign is thrilled to be collaborating with Walgreens through the fifth annual Get a Shot. Give a Shot.® program.
Help Stop a Leading Killer of Children: PneumoniaUnited Nations Foundation
World Pneumonia Day on November 12 is a day to raise awareness about a disease that kills more than 900,000 children each year – more than from any other infectious disease.