Jack Morton Appoints Chief Client Officer, U.S. President and Global Head of Production

By Lindsay Rittenhouse 

Jack Morton promotes Craig Millon to chief client officer from evp.

IPG brand experience agency Jack Morton announced the appointments of Craig Millon, Edward Scott and Sharon Crichton to chief client officer, U.S. president and executive vice president, and global head of production, respectively.

“Growth is our agency’s highest priority, and the addition of this new talent to our leadership will allow us to focus on driving more collaboration and connectivity across our network,” Jack Morton chairman and CEO Josh McCall said in a statement. “This new organizational model will enable us to better leverage our talent, remain agile, explore new opportunities and continue to deliver extraordinary experiences for our clients.”


Millon joined Jack Morton in 2012 and had been serving as executive vice president. He is credited for winning, growing and retaining accounts including Subway and Liberty Mutual. Millon also drove the agency’s 2014 acquisition of digital shop Genuine.

In his new role, Millon will lead account services and business development while continuing to oversee Genuine, and report to McCall.

Edward Scott has been elevated to U.S. president.

Scott joined Jack Morton’s New York office in 2010 and held senior positions across the agency’s Sydney, Hong Kong and San Francisco divisions. He most recently served as executive vice president and managing director of the San Francisco office, overseeing the agency’s West Coast operations.

He will now lead operations across Boston, Chicago, New York, the West Coast and Princeton, N.J., and report to McCall.

As a result of Scott’s promotion, Jack Morton elevated Tom Michael, who has been with the agency since 2003, to take up the position of senior vice president, managing director of West Coast operations. He most recently served as director of strategy.

Sharon Crichton rejoins Jack Morton as evp, global head of production.

Crichton rejoins Jack Morton from George P. Johnson, where she was vice president of live production and operations and general manager of New York and Boston. She previously served as senior vice president and director of operations for Jack Morton from 2005 to 2015 and was also vice president and director of creative production from 1998 to 2001 at the agency’s London office.

She will now work with the global operations, production and technical services teams to provide a strategic direction and strengthen collaboration among the global offices. Crichton will report to Jack Morton chief operating officer Bill Davies.