"& Creative Chairman David’s past roles have included Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of the Publicis network, Executive Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi, London and Regional Creative Director of Saatchi & Saatchi, Asia. To date, he is the single most awarded creative at the Cannes International Advertising Festival and the only person ever to win “Agency of the Year” in four different countries. David has been inducted into the American Advertising Federation Hall of Achievement and has been honored with lifetime achievement awards around the world. In2006, tired of building other people’s companies, David founded Droga5 in New York."
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Sarah grew up in Maine and went to Stonehill College in Massachusetts. After graduating, she worked for Goodby, Silverstein and Partners, Mullen Advertising and Kirshenbaum, Bond and Partners on brands including Norwegian Cruise Lines, Major League Baseball, Pizza Hut Kids, Nike and Nextel. In May 2000, Sarah joined BBH. She has worked on a range of accounts at BBH; Reeboks, Levi?s, eSpeed/Cantor Fitzgerald, Bailey?s and Electronic Data Systems. She was promoted to Head of Account Management in 2002.
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Originally from Philadelphia, Ted is currently partner/ECD at Droga5 in NY. Ted graduated from the Portfolio Center in 1995. He won more One Show pencils than anyone in history in his first year as an art director at Leonard/Monahan. While in Saatchi Singapore he was ranked number 8, and then the number 4 creative in Asia by Campaign Brief. Saatchi was voted the Ad Age International Agency of the Year. While regional CD in Latin America, he was on the Ogilvy & Mather Creative Council, the youngest person ever to be in that group. At Wieden + Kennedy his SportCenter ads became part of a class taught at Harvard about successful business relationships, the example being Wieden and ESPN's fruitful 10 year partnership. He's very proud that his ads were being shown at Harvard, a school he could have never gotten into. At Publicis, Ted was on the Worldwide Creative Council. He ran the Sydney office or a year and then went to NY to make ads for Heineken. Since his time helping to build Droga5 from it's founding, the agency has been named Creativity's Agency of the year, and has also won impressive awards such as 4 Cannes Titaniums, 4 Cannes Grand Prixes, and two D&AD black pencils in one year. Ted helped win Puma, Method, Activision, Rhapsody. Coke, New Museum, and Net10. Among his nearly 100 international awards are 16 Cannes Lions (including 2 Titaniums), 18 One show pencils, 2 gold Clios and 2 gold Andys. And this year, Creativity ranked Ted as one of the Top Ten Creative Directors in the world for 2011.
Jonny spent the last six years prior to joining Droga working with BBH in the USA, Asia Pacific and London. Most recently, as the Group Planning Director on the Axe and Dyson accounts, Jonny lead Axe to sales success in three new product categories and helped them become the fastest packaged goods brand to reach $100 million in U.S. history. The work included creating the first entirely brand-funded series on MTV (Axe Gamekillers) and additional Axe programming on Spike TV network. Jonny has won a few Effies and planning awards along the way, including being the second ever recipient of the AAAA’s Grand Prix Planning award. Prior to BBH, Jonny specialized in branded content working on MTV, Sony, PlayStation and Warner Bros at A Vision, the London-based communications consultancy. He briefly went client side with a stint at Red Bull,the drinks company, as their entertainment-marketing strategist.
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My experience lies at the intersection of brand management, corporate communications and social media, with fourteen years experience of managing in-house PR and corporate communications for advertising, marketing and digital agencies on three different continents. Growing a brand through its reputation, and nurturing the culture of an organization, are at the core of how I view corporate communications. I bring a global view to the table, coupled with a strong understanding and adoption of technology and digital media and a passion for content and music and how all the above combine. Currently, as the worldwide head of communications for TBWA – a top-ten global advertising network with 323 offices and 11,100 employees around the world – I am based in New York and manage a diverse and multinational team of specialized individuals within the marketing team, including publicists, event planners and designers. From managing large scale corporate events, internal employee initiatives and training programs, to creating PR strategies for TBWA, our clients’ campaigns, managing crisis communications, running the social media across the TBWA and TBWA Digital Arts Network channels and advising the regional offices and subsidiary agencies on communication strategies and best practice, the global scope and rapid nature of the role is what makes me thrive.