Entrepreneur, award-winning journalist and author, media marketing pioneer, and automotive insider, Sue Callaway has built and transformed global brands for Time Inc., Wenner Media and Hearst, co-founded Fortune’s Most Powerful Women Summit and created marketing and content platforms for brands from Esquire and Jaguar to TrueCar and THE AUTO 100.
Prior to launching Glovebox, she was EVP, Editorial Director at Edelman, where she oversaw content strategy and execution for global clients including Nissan, INFINITI, HP, Mattel and others. She was the founder of THE AUTO 100, an innovative data analytics company, was director of marketing for Ford’s (former) luxury brands—Aston Martin, Jaguar, Land Rover, Lincoln and Volvo—and later became the VP, General Manager of Jaguar North America. She was a founding board director at TrueCar and sits on the board of the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles.
She also has had decades of experience in media: she was Senior Editor, Automotive, for Time Inc.’s 90-plus brands and is a columnist at the LA Times. Her original storytelling—written, digital and video—has also appeared in Fortune, Esquire, Men’s Journal and on CNN and CBS, among countless other outlets. In 2005, she co-authored the international best-seller, What Would Jackie Do? An Inspired Guide to Distinctive Living (Viking/Penguin).
Sue is an Entrepreneur, award-winning journalist and author, media marketing pioneer, and automotive insider.

David Gray

David Gray is an award-winning creative director, photographer and journalist. He’s held many roles, from news editor on a weekly newspaper to business editor on a daily, to design director on a national, and creative director on countless magazines and digital brands. For the last decade, he has led high-level relaunches and new global products, including LGBTQ brand Out.

As creative director of Formula 1 art book Lollipop, his combination of writing, design, photo commissioning, and editing has helped propel the magazine into every team owner’s and driver’s hands. He also overseen strategic design and direction for The AUTO 100 and an all-new automotive vertical for Time Inc.
David is an award-winning creative director and journalist who cut his teeth on evening newspapers in Scotland and has worked in England, China, Thailand and the U.S.