Ted Sann

Ted Sann

Global Chief Creative Officer at FCB Global

New York, United States

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Summary

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People I worked with

Gerry Graf
Executive Creative Director
TBWA
Bill Bruce
Chairman, Chief Creative Officer, New York
BBDO New York
Jimmy Siegel
Copywriter
BBDO New York
Charlie Miesmer
Executive Creative Director
BBDO New York
Michael Patti
World Wide Creative Director, Y&R
Y&R North America (Corporate)

Positions

Global Chief Creative Officer

FCB Global
January 2016 - Present (1 year 2 months)

CCO

Leo Burnett Chicago
Chicago, United States
October 2009 - June 2015 (5 years 8 months)
I came to Chicago to lead an agency. Instead, the agency led me. 1500 people in one building is a powerful resource and I learned the truth behind the saying, "a good idea can come from anywhere." I learned to value true partnership because of Rich Stoddart. And I was pushed to a better place by Mark Tuttsel, Tom Bernardin, Nina Abnee, Mick McCabe, Amy Cheronis, Debbie Bougdanos, Annette Corcoran and Bill Hickman to name a few. The creative leads and their teams inspired me to think about art & commerce in new ways. And Anne Beebe kept it all in perspective. A five year master class in marketing and advertising.

ECD/EVP

BBDO New York
New York, United States
June 1985 - September 2009 (24 years 3 months)
I started as the "bathroom break girl" in 1985. I took that job as seriously as the ones that would follow. Someone asked me if it had been my ambition to become a creative leader in this business. I said my ambition had always been to just get started. Every promotion was just another start to a new job. Jr. Copwriter, Copywriter, Group Creative Direcctor, Executive Creative Director. Along the way I learned from the best. Phil Dusenberry. Charlie Miesmer. Ted Sann. Allen Rosenshine. Michael Patti, David Lubars. Andrew Robertson. I remained a student until the day I left.

Education

BA in Journalism, Journalism and Mass Communication

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
1981 - 1985 (4 years)

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