Siegel+Gale hired Kevin Grady to global head of content and design. Grady joins the agency from IDEO, where he served as design director of its Boston office. Prior to that, he worked at CP+B, Mullen
and Arnold Worldwide. Throughout his career, Grady has led many client engagements, including GAP, Grey Goose, FAGE and Benjamin Moore. His "Singing Cowboy" from the anti-smoking Truth campaign was
nominated for an Emmy. Grady was recently commissioned by the Food and Drug Administration to simplify the Nutrition Facts Label. He was invited to the White House by First Lady Michelle Obama for the
unveiling, who described the changes as a "huge deal."