Ogilvy Names Liz Taylor as Global Chief Creative Officer

Taylor returns to the agency following a 2-year stint at Leo Burnett

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Ogilvy has named Liz Taylor as its global chief creative officer (CCO) just days after her departure from Leo Burnett.

Taylor, who left the Publicis-owned creative agency, will take over from Piyush Pandey, who will become chairman of global creative within the agency although he will continue as chairman of Ogilvy India.

She will be tasked with overseeing Ogilvy’s creative product for its offices worldwide across advertising, PR, experience, health, and growth and innovation.

“There is something special about being able to come back to Ogilvy and join a team that is taking this iconic company into the future,” Taylor said in a statement.



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