Jack Morton appoints chief creative officer

Global brand experience agency announces that Shelley Elkins has been named chief creative officer.

Shelley Elkins
Shelley Elkins

Agency Jack Morton has promoted Shelley Elkins from senior vice president, executive creative director to chief creative officer.

Elkins joins the agency’s executive leadership team and will be responsible for steering its creative vision globally, which includes chairing Jack Morton’s Creative Council of senior creative leaders. 

Based in Chicago, Elkins has been instrumental in award-winning creative solutions for the agency. Under her direction, the agency has won several high-profile industry awards including Clios, Reggies, EX and PRO awards for clients such as Covergirl, Charmin and M&M’s.

"Shelley is an exceptional and inspiring storyteller. Her proven track record for creating extraordinary brand experiences coupled with her infectious energy and passion made her a natural fit for the role," said Josh McCall, chairman & CEO, Jack Morton.

"The impact she has made on our business is well recognised and we’re looking forward to her pushing the limits of our creative output."

Elkins also helped to win new business such as MillerCoors, which recently named Jack Morton lead agency for experiential, sports, music and entertainment marketing.

Elkins previously served as a vice president and creative director at Digitas in Chicago and San Francisco working on a variety of global brands across the retail, automotive, CPG, health care, and home appliance industries.

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