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Dr. Vivian Diller has provided consulting services for:
Cosmetic and Personal Care Companies:
Procter and Gamble
Johnson and Johnson
Skin, Hair Care, Feminine Wellness:
RoC Skin Care
Head and Shoulders
Marina Maher Communications
Lippe Taylor Marketing
Research and Marketing:
Flamingo Marketing Consultants
Hal Phillips: Brand Strategy
Fletcher Knight Consultants
"I wanted to thank you for all the work you did on the report and the fast turnaround. It really is one of the best pieces of external endorser content we’ve had produced for us! Thank you again."
Associate Director, Ketchum PR
For P & G: Head and Shoulders
"From behind-the-scenes counselor to stellar media spokeswoman, I think the Kimberly-Clark team would agree, Dr. Diller has been a terrific advocate for the Poise brand. Dr. Diller has also been a great pleasure to work with and we look forward to continuing the relationship for some time to come."
— Catherine Fitzpatrick
Marina Maher Communications LLC | Building Brand Relationships
For Kimberly-Clark: Poise Brand
"Dr. Diller brings incredible wisdom to any product assignment. We recently worked with her on behalf of a consumer product in an extremely competitive category targeting women over 40. Dr. Diller was able to help us more intelligently and intuitively communicate with our "woman" with integrity and wisdom. Her real world experience as a psychologist is an invaluable asset to any brand needing help improving engagement, synthesizing research findings, and developing messages and strategies that resonant with meaning, truth and ultimately empower action."
—Susan Reilly, President, Reilly Connect
"We interviewed Vivian about the role that self-image and vanity plays in our health decisions - she surprised us by giving us so much more insight into a wider range of issues than we ever anticipated. She understands beauty as a multi-dimensional concept - socially, politically, and anthropologically. She truly has a deep understanding of the way our self-perceptions and feelings are shaped by the world around us, and she has the rare ability to articulate the complex web of emotions women (and men!) feel as they undergo the aging process. She is an excellent storyteller, and her positive belief that we can adapt and thrive as we face midlife is refreshing and empowering for everyone."
—Meg Kinney and Hal Phillips Partners, Bad Babysitter Productions
Ethnography and Brand Strategy
"Thank you Dr. Diller, you were very helpful! I’ve heard from a few editors in passing that they thought you were a great contribution to the hair presentations, and my clients and I agree. Appreciate again your work with us on this event!"
Edelman, Senior Account Supervisor
For Unilever: Tresemme
"Thanks Dr. Diller! Your insight was very helpful – exactly what we needed. I'll send you any notes we present on our conversation. If you don't mind, I'll also give your information to some other folks here as a "recommended" luminary for future reference."
—Marketing and Branding Consultation
"On behalf of the entire Clairol team, I want to thank you for a fantastic event yesterday! The influencers were SO excited to meet you and were fascinated by your talking points during the presentation. As I had shared last night, they loved hearing from someone authentic who could speak to the issue at hand and why your partnership with Clairol makes so much sense. The combination of your intellectual conversation followed by James’ remarks created a great balance that resonated well."
—Alex Kahrer, Marina Maher Communications LLC
For P & G: Clairol Age Defy
"I just wanted to say thank you so much for agreeing to be a part of the It’s Still Me campaign. We are so thrilled to have you as your expertise bring such an important voice to what we are trying to achieve. It also is truly a pleasure working with you. It is going to be a great media event and I can’t wait to see you and Dr. Day in action! You both are so wonderful together."
Director of PR for Allergan Facial Aesthetics
Click here for a complete list of Huffington Post articles by Vivian Diller, Ph.D.
Letter from the Editor of Allure Magazine - April 2012)