Eighteen Ogilvy Creatives Participating in LIA's Creative Liaisons Virtual Coaching Program
The London International Awards (LIA) is hosting a virtual one-to-one coaching program, giving young creatives the opportunity to meet directly with mentors from all over the industry world—and Ogilvy is proud that 18 of its own young talents have been selected to participate in the program.
The 18 creatives are: Beatriz Brandão (Copywriter, Ogilvy Brasil, São Paulo); Lucas Dias Negreiros (Copywriter, Ogilvy Brasil, São Paulo); Jacint Sotorra (Creative Director, Ogilvy Colombia, Bogotá); Felipe Tellez Bastidas (Team Leader, Ogilvy Colombia, Bogotá) Mariana Reis (Art Director, Ogilvy Paris, Paris); Teresa Verde Pinho (Creative, Ogilvy Paris, Paris) Soenar Santoso (Senior Art Director, Ogilvy, Hong Kong); Stratos Efstathiou (Senior Art Director, Ogilvy, Hong Kong) Nicolás López Bravo (Senior Art Director, Memac Ogilvy Dubai, Dubai) Carlos Meza (Ogilvy Worldwide, Mexico City); (Miriam Malta Martins, Creative Director, Ogilvy, Madrid); Krista Catalfamo (Copywriter, Ogilvy, Chicago); Summers Ford (Art Director, Ogilvy, Chicago); James Henderson (Copywriter, Ogilvy, New York); Ellen O'Donnell (Art Director, Ogilvy, New York); Hannah Lacava (Copywriter, Ogilvy, Chicago); Crystal Kan (Content Designer, Ogilvy, Hong Kong); Dickwai Lai (Senior Content Designer, Ogilvy, Hong Kong).
In addition, five of Ogilvy's veteran creative leaders will share their wisdom and knowledge with the younger generation and serve as mentors. They are: Jessica Apellaniz (Chief Creative Officer, Ogilvy Mexico & LATAM); Pancho Cassis (Partner & Global Chief Creative Officer, DAVID); Joe Sciarrotta (Deputy Chief Creative Officer, Worldwide, Ogilvy USA); Selim Unlusoy (Executive Creative Director, Ogilvy Istanbul) and Stephan Vogel (Creative Chairman of Ogilvy Germany & Chief Creative Officer of Ogilvy EMEA).
Each mentee will take place in three one-on-one video conferencing sessions with mentors from across the world, with LIA prioritizing mentors from different parts of the world than the mentees. The sessions begin this month, and will run through August. Then, in September, the participants will have the chance to continue their learning by attending virtual masterclass webinars.
And in October, during the judging of the LIA Awards, the mentees will have the incredible opportunity to sit in on the virtual judging rooms while the juries decide on which work they will award.
For more information including the speakers and webinars, visit the LIA here.