Ogilvy & Mather New York promoted Corinna Falusi from executive creative director to chief creative officer. Falusi will report to Chris Garbutt, chief creative officer and partner closely with
Adam Tucker, president, O&M Advertising New York. In her time at Ogilvy & Mather Advertising New York, Falusi has led work on Coca-Cola, Fanta, Ikea, Spotify, and most recently, Coke Zero. In
addition to her new responsibilities, she will continue to lead the Coca-Cola and Ikea business. Falusi began her career working at Jung von Matt in Germany and StawberryFrog, in both Amsterdam and in
New York where she led efforts for the launch of a number of Frito Lay brands as well as the global digital Pampers account and worldwide launch campaigns for Heineken and New Balance. "Corinna was an
obvious choice when deciding our new creative leadership structure within Ogilvy New York," said Garbutt. "She has the ability to inspire her teams and always delivers nothing but the best creative
product. Most importantly, she is universally respected by our agency and our clients. I have no doubt that Corinna will raise the creative bar of O&M Advertising."