Jack Morton expands senior US team

Global agency Jack Morton Worldwide has strengthened its US team with the appointment of Rachel Donovan as SVP executive creative director.

Rachel Donovan, new svp, executive creative director at Jack Morton Worldwide
Rachel Donovan, new svp, executive creative director at Jack Morton Worldwide

Based in the New York office, she is the former global creative director at McCann Health and brings a wealth of experience across a range of industries, including automotive, beauty, consumer packaged goods, mobile devices, entertainment, healthcare, and technology.  Former clients include Pepsi, Chevrolet, Cadillac, Reckitt Benckiser, Novartis, HBO, GE, AT&T, Target, Time Warner Cable, Colgate, Dove, match.com, and Airbnb.


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"As executive creative director in New York and a member of our global creative council, Rachel will have an instrumental role in the creative direction of our agency," said Bruce Henderson, chief creative officer, Jack Morton Worldwide. "Rachel's creative vision, her breadth of experience, and her proven leadership skills will be invaluable as we continue to create extraordinary brand experiences for our clients."

 Speaking about her new role, Donovan, added: "I'm excited to build upon Jack Morton's extraordinary legacy, while pushing the creative boundaries and furthering the innovative culture with its incredibly talented team."


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