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- Friday, Jan. 30, 2015
Corinna Falusi promoted to Ogilvy NY CCO
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- NEW YORK
Ogilvy & Mather Advertising New York has announced the promotion of Corinna Falusi from executive creative director to chief creative officer. Falusi also marks the first major creative leadership appointment for Chris Garbutt, chief creative officer, Ogilvy & Mather New York.
Falusi will drive the creative vision of the New York agency, report to Garbutt, and partner closely with Adam Tucker, president, O&M Advertising NY.
In her time at Ogilvy & Mather Advertising New York, Falusi has led some of the agency’s most breakthrough work across Coca-Cola, Fanta, Ikea, Spotify, and most recently Coke Zero. In addition to her new responsibilities, she will continue to lead the Coca-Cola and Ikea business.
Falusi began her career working at some of Europe’s most creative agencies including Jung von Matt, Germany’s most awarded agency, and StawberryFrog, in both Amsterdam and in New York where she led integrated efforts for the launch of a number of Frito Lay brands as well as the global digital Pampers account and worldwide launch campaigns for Heineken, New Balance and others.
Her work for the non-profit organization Nanhi Kali, helping Indian girls receive the education they deserve, won nearly every award including a gold and bronze One Show Pencil and two Cyber Lions.
Falusi’s work has been recognized by every major award show, including D&AD, Cannes, TED, and One Show, and she has judged various national and international award shows, such as the D&AD, ADC, AICP, Webbys and One Show.