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Advertising executive

Betty Ann G. Pumpian, American advertising executive. Recipient Commendation award Los Angeles City Council, 1983, Achievement certified Young Women’s Christian Association, Los Angeles, 1976.


Pumpian, Betty Ann G. was born on September 19, 1935 in Baltimore. Daughter of Emanuel Henry and Carlyn Rose (Freudenthal) Goldstone.


Bachelor of Science in Marketing, University Baltimore, 1956.


Network coordinator, assistant buyer Parkson Advertising, New York City, 1957-1961. Traffic manager Station KORK, Las Vegas, Nevada, 1961. Project coordinator, bookkeeper Art Department, Los Angeles, 1961-1962.

Network and planning coordinator Ogilvy & Mather, 1962-1975, assistant media director, 1975-1978, associate media director, 1978-1980, vice president, director national broadcast and programming, 1980-1989. Nat./regional broadcast administrator Bozell, Inc., 1989-1990. Vice president, senior network negotiator Western International Media, since 1991.

Lecturer Adweek Seminars, Los Angeles, 1989-1991.


Chairman 1st Council District Horsemen's Advisory Committee, Los Angeles, 1978-1981. Chairman Los Angeles Equine Advisory Committee, 1978-1983. President Cal-Western Appaloosa Inc., 1981-1982, board dirs.

Member horse drugging advisory committee California Department Food and Agriculture, Sacramento, since 1987. Member Appaloosa Horse Club (director, chairman planning and review 1987-1988, 93-94, chairman rules 1988-1992, chairman marketing since 1992, chairman youth 1992-1993, vice president 1994-1995).


  • Other Interests

    Breeding and racing appaloosa horses.


Married Paul H. Pumpian, June 24, 1956.

Emanuel Henry Goldstone

Carlyn Rose (Freudenthal) Goldstone

Paul H. Pumpian