Liz Taylor, Formerly of FCB Chicago, Takes Global Creative Leadership Role at Leo Burnett

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Liz Taylor, the former chief creative officer at FCB Chicago who left that agency earlier this month after two and a half years, will be joining Publicis Groupe’s Leo Burnett in a global creative leadership role, according to sources close to the matter.

A Leo Burnett representative declined to comment. Taylor has not responded to messages seeking comment.

While the precise nature of Taylor’s role is not clear, sources indicated it will go beyond that agency’s Chicago headquarters and even its North American operations.



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