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WSJ Creative Leader Challenge 2007

A friend sent me a link today to a really interesting site from The Wall Street Journal called The Creative Leadership Series. The campaign is not new since it has been going on 15 years highlighting over 100 of the world’s best advertising creatives. I love this campaign as it is one of the only high profile platforms that the creative who work behind the scenes get to take a bow in a non-industry forum. I personally agree with a lot of the selection but I also think that based on meeting and working with some of them that they are mediocre creatives with good PR agents.

The Wall Street Hournal is now re-lauching the campaign and they are opening up the process to the public to choose the new creative that will be featured in the new campaign. All you have to do to enter is interview the person you want to enter, add your comments, upload their photo and you are done. All entries must be in by midnight June 23rd so hurry up and enter!

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Creative Director, Designer, Brand Builder, Speaker, Podcaster, Crazy One. As a designer, I have 20+ years experience creating the strategy, concepts, and designs for award-winning integrated global advertising campaigns, building multiple global Fortune 500 brands and creating innovative digital experiences. As a leader, I have 15+ years transforming agency and client-side teams using a mix of creativity, business strategy, process and political skill to create innovative, world-class work and cultures that change industries and companies. My clients have included American Airlines, W Hotels, Disney, Citi, ExxonMobil, Acura, Old Navy, Nationwide Insurance, Verizon, Subaru and many others. My work has received over 150 international awards, my app designs have been named as one of the World’s 100 Greatest Apps, Apple has featured my work in 9 keynotes, 4 TV commercials and more.

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