Marcus Ellington is Google’s Director of Media and Entertainment and Gaming and Social Partnerships Solutions. In this role he oversees partnership managers who help Google's key customers drive deeper relationships across Google’s various business units and accelerate Google-wide commercial deals.
He has more than 17 years of media and technology experience helping partners grow their reach, monetize across a variety of business models, and deliver business results.
Marcus began his career at CBS where he developed integrated marketing campaigns for CBS on-air franchises like March Madness, the Grammys and the US Open. After CBS, he worked at Interactive One as the Director of Ad Sales where he helped brands reach multicultural consumers. Marcus was named a New York City Television Week’s Top 40 Under 40 in 2018 and is a recipient of the Digital Diversity Network Impact Award.
Marcus holds a B.A. in Communications from Temple University and is a graduate of Duke University’s Google Global Business Academy. He also serves on the Board of Directors of The Laundromat Project, a NYC-based non-profit that provides artists with a platform to become community leaders and drive positive social change.