Management Rejiggering At IPG's Jack Morton

Interpublic experiential agency Jack Morton is rejiggering its leadership team with West Coast managing director Edward Scott being elevated to president, U.S.

Scott will join the executive team and oversee the Boston, Chicago, New York, Princeton and West Coast operations, working closely with managing directors in each of those markets, including his West Coast replacement Tom Michael. 

Executive vice president Craig Millon is promoted to the newly created chief client officer role to lead account services and business development and continue oversight of its technology agency, Genuine, which he was responsible for acquiring back in 2014. 

Scott and Millon report to company chairman and CEO Josh McCall.

Sharon Crichton rejoins Jack Morton from George P. Johnson to serve in the new position of executive vice president/global head of production to work with global operations, production and technical services teams as a member of the executive team. She previously spent more than ten years working as director of operations in Boston and London for the agency. Crichton will report to chief operating officer Bill Davies. 



 “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," stated McCall. "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." 

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