Global brand experience agency announces three executive appointments.
Sharon Crichton rejoins the agency as executive vice president, global head of production, while Craig Millon assumes the role of chief client officer, and Edward Scott is promoted to the role of president, U.S.
Crichton (pictured) returns to Jack Morton following a stint at George P. Johnson, where she served as vice president of live production and operations, and general manager, New York and Boston. She will join the company’s Executive Team and work with global operations, production and technical services teams.
Crichton previously spent time at Jack Morton, serving as director of operations in Boston and London over a 10-year period. In her new role, she will provide vision and strategic direction and enhance collaboration globally.
Meanwhile, Millon will lead account services and business development and continue oversight of Jack Morton’s technology agency, Genuine. He will be focused on new and organic growth opportunities globally, and enhancing the overall client experience.
In the last year, Jack Morton has reported several high-profile wins and continues to expand client relationships across the agency.
Jack Morton chairman and CEO, Josh McCall says: “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.
“This new organisational model will enable us to better leverage our talent, remain agile, explore new opportunities, and continue to deliver extraordinary experiences for our clients.”