New chief client officer for Jack Morton

Global agency also gets a new president, US and global head of production as part of new-look leadership.

Craig Millon
Craig Millon

Jack Morton has made three executive leadership appointments.

Craig Millon has been hired as chief client officer, Edward Scott has been promoted to the role of president, US, and Sharon Crichton will rejoin the agency as executive vice president, global head of production.

In his new role, Millon will lead account services and business development and continue oversight of its technology agency, Genuine.

Scott joined Jack Morton’s New York office in 2010 and has held senior positions in Sydney, Hong Kong and San Francisco, where he served as managing director of Jack Morton’s West Coast operations.

Crichton rejoins Jack Morton from George P. Johnson where she was vice president of live production and operations, and general manager New York and Boston. She will join the company’s executive team and work with global operations, production and technical services teams.

"Growth is our agency’s highest priority and the addition of this new talent to our leadership will allow us to focus on driving more collaboration and connectivity across our network," said Josh McCall, chairman and CEO, Jack Morton.

Because of these appointments, the agency also promotes Tom Michael to senior vice president, managing director of West Coast operations.

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