Leo Burnett Worldwide hired Kat Gates as global creative director. Gates will report to Mark Tutssel, chief creative officer of Leo Burnett Worldwide, and will manage creative product across the agency's P&G Always feminine care portfolio of work. Gates joins the agency from Publicis New York where she served as group creative director. While there, she worked on the 2012 Summer Olympics campaign for Bounty paper towels dubbed: "Let the Spills Begin." Prior to Publicis New York, she served as regional creative director, western Europe, at Saatchi & Saatchi Frankfurt, managing creative strategy for Pampers and Iams. Throughout her career, Gates has worked on brands including M&M/Mars, Miller Lite, Delta Airlines, Tylenol and Foot Locker, among others.