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Jack Morton Worldwide strengthens US offices

Jack Morton has strengthened its US teams at a senior level, making three promotions and adding six new hires
27/05/2016

Pictured: Tom Michael, newly promoted senior vice president, group account and strategy director at Jack Morton's San Francisco office

Jack Morton Worldwide has strengthened its teams in the US at a senior level, making three key promotions and adding six new hires in its New York, Detroit and San Francisco offices. 

The news follows five senior-level hires in offices across the US announced in February. 

"Our team at Jack Morton is growing once again this year, strengthening our talent in our management, client relationships and creative teams," said Josh McCall, chairman and CEO at Jack Morton Worldwide. "We're excited to both inject fresh, diverse talent and to grow our talent from within, as we drive forward in our vision to create extraordinary experiences." 

John Howard, who has served as the creative lead for Jack Morton's Detroit office since 1999, now steps up to the role of MD, while Tom Michael, a key senior strategist at the firm for 12 years, becomes senior vice president, group account and strategy director at the San Francisco office.

Ethan Gunning, a member of the agency’s Creative Council, has been promoted to executive creative director, also in San Francisco.

The six new hires are: Elizabeth Krato, executive vice president, director of operations, Detroit; Kate Crotty, senior vice president, account director, events, New York; Gary Baker, vice president, creative director, New York; Kristy Snowden, senior account director, San Francisco; David Harrison, senior creative director, San Francisco; and Brian Thompson, creative director, San Francisco.


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