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DigitasLBi Promotes Doris Chung to SVP, Creative

DigitasLBi, 2 years ago

Chung was previously VP, GCD at DigitasLBi

DigitasLBi Promotes Doris Chung to SVP, Creative

DigitasLBi announces today the elevation of Doris Chung to SVP, Creative. Chung will expand her creative leadership role, developing transformative brand experiences and social activations for key clients like American Express. Chung will continue to be based in New York and report to Atit Shah, Executive Creative Director, New York and Atlanta.

“Doris is a fearless creative leader at the forefront of the digital space,” says Atit Shah, Executive Creative Director, New York and Atlanta. “During the course of my career I’ve rarely seen the level of passion that Doris brings to the work each and every day. She’s amazingly gifted at her craft, and a beloved leader of our teams. She will thrive in this expanded role and we’re lucky to have her.”

2015 marks Chung’s tenth year at DigitasLBi. Over the course of her tenure as VP/Group Creative Director she has created award-winning work for clients including American Express, Harley-Davidson, Lenovo, Buick, GMC, and P&G Oral Care Brands. Chung was the lead creative for the American Express “Everyday Genius” campaign, which received a 2015 Adweek Media Plan of the Year award for Best Use of Insights. Chung began her career at the agency in the Boston office, where in 2013 she was recognized by the Ad Club as one of top 100 creative directors in New England.  

Prior to joining DigitasLBi, Chung was a Creative Director at Arnold Worldwide, working with brands like Fidelity Investments, Royal Caribbean, Volkswagen, and Teradata. Before that, she was Creative Director at Directech eMerge. Chung started her career in the non-profit sector, as a Senior Art Director at the Boston Ballet and a Senior Designer at the Boston Symphony Orchestra. She attended the Art Institute of Boston.

 

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