Jack Morton Worldwide Further Grows US Team in 2016

Global brand experience agency Jack Morton Worldwide continues to strengthen its US team at the senior level with three new hires in New York and Detroit.  These hires follow six others in offices across the US, which were announced earlier this year.

“Our continued growth at Jack Morton means we need to expand our talent,” said Josh McCall, Chairman and CEO, Jack Morton Worldwide.  “As an ideas-led agency, we are looking forward to further developing our creative and client service teams in order to better meet the needs of our clients and create the extraordinary experiences that they count on us for.”

New hires include the following:

Cara O’Neill, Executive Vice President – Group Account Director, Chevrolet Account, Detroit
Cara has extensive experience in the automotive industry, having worked with leading brands including Jeep, Chrysler and Lincoln.  Previously, Cara held the position of SVP, group account director at GTB (formerly Team Detroit) where she led integrated and experiential marketing initiatives for the Ford brand.

Russell J. Rinke, Creative Director, Detroit
Russell joins Jack Morton from GTB (formerly Team Detroit) where he served as VP, associate creative director for eleven and a half years working on the Ford and Lincoln/Mercury accounts. Russell recently celebrated 20 years in advertising.

Hugo Burton, Associate Creative Director, NYC
Hugo joins Jack Morton from Traffik, Sydney, where he was a copywriter and worked with clients that include Samsung, Visa, Dyson, Airbnb and Captain Morgan. Previously, he was an industrial designer specializing in interactive exhibitions at the Powerhouse Museum working on projects such as The Wiggles, the Engineering Excellence Awards and Harry Potter.

These appointments are effective immediately. All new hires are available for interview upon request.

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