Leo Burnett Chicago boosts artistic capabilities with prime rank hires
Leo Burnett Chicago hires Kaylin Goldstein as executive vice president and Mike Davidson as production manager
Leo Burnett Chicago, an advertising agency, recently announced the inclusion of Kaylin Goldstein to the agency's strategy team. Goldstein becomes Executive Vice President and Strategy Director of Coors Light.
Goldstein brings a combined doctorate in anthropology and extensive agency experience to her new role. Over 12 years at Crispin Porter + BoguskyShe helped create some of the most discussed campaigns in the past decade, including American Express Small Business Saturday and Kraft Mac & Cheese's World & # 39; s Largest Blind Taste Test, as well as branding for Volkswagen, Hershey & # 39; s, Charles Schwabb, American Heart Association and American Airlines.
"Kaylin is a real force for our strategic bank as it has a wealth of experience, mentoring and planning skills, as well as key initiatives," said Aki Spicer, Leo Burnett Chicago's chief strategy officer. "Their understanding of human behavior and their ability to use the cultural pulse make them an incredible and energetic addition to our agency."
Goldstein's work has won the Cannes Lion, Effies, Clios and Jay Chiat Planning Awards. She has included her expertise on the juries of the Effie Awards, the Ad Age / Creativity Awards and the Jay Chiat Awards. In 2017 she was named Strategic Planner of the Year by AdAge.
Kaylin Goldstein joins Leo Burnett Chicago as Executive Vice President and Strategy Director for Coors Light
"I've been lucky enough to work on some well-known brands in my career, and I'm excited to join an agency that is a global icon in its own right and includes a list of big, high-performing brands," said Goldstein. “Basically, Leo Burnett is about connecting on a real human level and using everything they have – intelligence, ingenuity, data, empathy, curiosity, creativity, technology – to break through people in a meaningful way and integrate. "
In addition, from February 10th Mike Davidson has joined Leo Burnett Chicago as Executive Vice President, Head of Integrated Production.
Mike Davidson joined Leo Burnett Chicago as Executive Vice President, Head of Integrated Production
Mike Davidson joined Leo Burnett Chicago as Executive Vice President, Head of Integrated Production. He joins the agency of Wieden + Kennedy Portland There he headed integrated production and revised the agency's range of products to drive integration and a discipline-independent approach. The brand works included Old Spice, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Nike as well as music videos for the rock bands Real Estate and Portugal. The man.
"Mike's work speaks for itself," said Liz Taylor, Leo Burnett Worldwide's chief creative officer. "The breadth of his portfolio is already unmatched, but the flawless and consistent quality of the product is even more impressive."
Davidson has more than 15 years of experience building brands in digital communication. His storytelling craft includes films, digital development, games, live streaming, experiences, AR / VR content and much more.
"It is an honor to join an agency with such a rich history and such an incredible creative standard that it happens to be in the best city in the country," said Davidson. "I am thrilled to work with the outstanding creative and productive talent to push boundaries and bring amazing ideas to life."
Davidson's work has won a number of industry awards, including Cannes Lions, D&AD Awards, One Show Awards, and many others. Before joining Wieden, Davidson worked as an interactive producer at Goodby, Silverstein & Partners and with agencies such as Energy BBDO and JWT.