Arnold Worldwide tapped Mathew Jerrett and Tim Flood as executive creative directors on the Hershey&'s account, tasked with overseeing all day-to-day creative work across the entire Hershey
portfolio of brands. The pair are based in New York and will report to Jim Elliott, global chief creative officer. Jerrett and Flood join Arnold from Translation, where they worked as group creative
directors on Champs Sports, Google and Budweiser’s "Made in America." Prior to Translation, Jerrett served as creative director on the Converse account at Anomaly New York. Prior to that, he was
as a creative director at Sid Lee, overseeing work for Adidas Men’s Training. At Translation, Flood pitched and won the NBA account and launched campaigns for Bud Light and Beats Music. Prior to
Translation, he held strategy roles at London’s Beattie McGuinness Bungay, Bartle Bogle Hegarty New York, Ogilvy & Mather New York and TBWA\Chiat\Day Los Angeles. "After an exhaustive
search, we're thrilled to have Tim and Mat join our agency and the Hershey team," said Elliott. "They are risk takers and forward thinkers, and we're excited to see what they'll bring to a portfolio
of brands as iconic as Hershey's."