Jordan, Lee And Knight Latest One Club Creative Hall Of Fame Inductees

The One Club for Creativity has announced that NBA great Michael Jordan, Nike co-founder Phil Knight and filmmaker Spike Lee are being inducted into the The One Club’s Creative Hall of Fame. 

The inductions are based on a legacy of creative work that the trio collaborated on for Nike athletic footwear, including famous campaigns starring Jordan with the character Mars Blackmon, portrayed by Lee — that “transcended the ad industry to become part of pop culture, and changed the way the world thinks about athletic footwear,” according to the organization. 

Previously announced 2022 Hall of Fame inductees include: 

  • Joe Duffy, branding and design innovator, Founder, Chairman, Duffy & Partners;
  • John Hunt, Co-founder of internationally recognized South African agency TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris, Global Creative Chair, TBWA\Worldwide
  • Cheryl D. Miller, graphic designer, writer, artist, theologian, and decolonizing historian known for her contributions to racial and gender equality in the graphic design field.
  • Nancy Vonk and Janet Kestin, former co-Chief Creative Officers at Ogilvy Toronto, Co-founders of the Swim leadership lab; 
  • Carol H. Williams, President, CEO, Chief Creative Officer and owner, Carol H. Williams Advertising, the longest-running US independent multicultural agency.
  • Ron and Pipp Seichrist, co-founders, Miami Ad School (Educators Hall of Fame)



The black-tie Creative Hall of Fame induction ceremony which is a fundraising gala to support The One Club’s global DEI programs, will take place on October 27 in New York City.



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