Gorman Joins Ogilvy Paris, Jeffers Returns to VB&P and More

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Juana O Gorman
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Ogilvy Paris has hired creative director Juana O Gorman from David, a WPP-owned creative agency with offices in Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires and Miami. Gorman joined David in 2013 and worked on the agency's clients Burger King, Coca-Cola Red and Powerade. Before that, she was at Buenos Aires agency Del Campo Nazca/ Saatchi & Saatchi, working on Procter & Gamble's Ariel detergent (the Tide brand in the U.S.), and Ogilvy & Mather Argentina. She directed Ogilvy Paris's recent campaign "Inner Thoughts" for Dove.

(from l.) Crockett Jeffers, Jacqueline Fodor and Jeff Teicher
(from l.) Crockett Jeffers, Jacqueline Fodor and Jeff Teicher

Venables Bell & Partners is welcoming back two former staffers, Crockett Jeffers and Jacqueline Fodor, as associate creative director and director of art production respectively. The agency has also appointed Jeff Teicher to the role of director of experience design. Jeffers comes back to to VB&P from BBDO SF, where he helped oversee creative on Mars pet care, Seeds of Change, 826 Valencia and the California Coastal Commission. Fodor returns to VB&P from Google's Brand Studio, where she helped to launch the Google Store. Teicher, who joins VB&P permanently after freelancing in the fall to create Reebok's "Be More Human" online experience, has developed interactive experiences for brands such as Sony, Burger King, Coke Zero, Beats by Dre, Volkswagen, Google, Facebook and YouTube.

Lauren Pleydell-Pearce
Lauren Pleydell-Pearce

Wunderman UK has hired Lauren Pleydell-Pearce as creative director. Pleydell-Pearce was previously design director at Manchester digital Fabric, where she worked for over four years. While there, she was part of the team behind KFC's "It doesn't count if..." social media campaign. Before Fabric, she was a senior designer at Razorfish working on clients such as NSPCC, Oxfam, SABMiller, Samsonite, Unilever and Audi.

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