Mark Tutssel Named Jury President for 2015 London International Awards
Leo Burnett Worldwide Global Chief Creative Officer Mark Tutssel will be a jury president at this year’s London International Awards (LIA). He will lead the Nontraditional Jury, which judges work that is “unexpected and unconventional,” Tutssel said.
“More than ever before, successful brands need to be guided by creative intuition and fueled by bravery. The Nontraditional category is where you’ll find them,” Tutssel continued. “After all, world-changing ideas never come from comfort zones.”
Susan Credle Named to Glass Lions Jury
The Cannes Lions festival has named Leo Burnett North America’s Chief Creative Officer Susan Credle one of nine jurors responsible for selecting the inaugural Glass Lion. The new award highlights work that challenges gender stereotypes, shifting conversations away from unconscious gender bias.
Mark is now our Global Chief Platforms and Partnerships Officer. With his guidance, we will partner and align with dynamic global platforms to drive measurable business results for our clients, as we've already done with Huffington Post and Amazon.
Bill takes on the role of Global Chief Growth Officer. Building on the success he has had in his U.S. growth role, he will use his proven talents of prospecting to help drive the health of the global agency.
After twenty years at Leo Burnett, this February Bob Raidt was appointed as Arc’s Global President where he will oversee business strategy and operations worldwide. He will focus on building the capability, connectivity and performance of the agency’s growing network.
Danny Mok was appointed CEO of Leo Burnett China’s operations in February. Based out of Shanghai, he is responsible for Leo Burnett operations in Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou.
Nina is in the brand-new job of Chief Client Officer. She will engage with our clients to ensure that our creativity is addressing their dynamic business problem, that we're valued for the change we're trying to create and that it's working – for us and for them.
Aman Mannan joined Leo Burnett India as the new group executive creative director in January. Aman shared his “aha!” career moment in our ongoing series Springboard.
Alfred Wong and Brian Ma
Alfred Wong and Brian Ma are now joint executive creative directors at Leo Burnett Hong Kong. The duo has been creative partners at the agency for the last 12 years.
Nancy Hannon joined Leo Burnett Chicago as executive vice president, executive creative director to manage the creative teams behind Kraft brands Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Crystal Light and Breakstone’s, as well as Kellogg’s Special K.
Andrew Ushakov became executive creative director of Leo Burnett Group Russia, returning to the agency after six years away and stints at G2 Ukraine and Geometry Global.
Susan Credle Named 100 of Chicago’s Most Powerful People
Chicago Magazine recently named head creative Susan Credle one of the top 100 most powerful people in the city – of the 2.7 million that reside there. Why Susan? You know those Allstate “Mayhem” ads? Her team’s idea.
Advertising Age Names Toronto’s Judy John Among Creativity Top 50
Judy John, CEO and CCO of Leo Burnett Toronto, was featured on Advertising Age’s Creativity 50 list for 2014. She was also recently named the Direct Lions jury president for Cannes, while the office she leads was named Agency of the Year by Strategy Magazine.