Debbi Vandeven

Debbi Vandeven

Global Chief Creative Officer at VML, Kansas City
Kansas City, Etats-Unis

A propos

As the global chief creative officer at VML, Debbi fosters a collaborative creative environment that delivers innovative solutions to clients around the world. Her creative leadership has enabled VML to become one of the top global digital agencies, with 26 offices on six continents and 2,500 employees worldwide. Since joining VML in 2000, she has led creative engagements for global brands such as Colgate-Palmolive, Ford, Gatorade, Kellogg, MasterCard, QuikTrip, Motorola, Sprint, Tropicana and Wendy’s. VML’s creative teams have earned recognition from top international shows, including ANDY Awards, Art Directors Club, Cannes Lions, CLIO Awards, D&AD, Effie Awards, Facebook Awards, London International Awards, New York Festivals, One Show, Spikes Asia, Tomorrow Awards and Webby Awards. VML is listed in the top 20 of all U.S. agencies from the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity 2014 rankings and 13th in branded entertainment globally.

Postes

Chief Creative Officer
Kansas City, Etats-Unis
2000 - Actuellement ici (20 ans 7 mois)
Sr. Art Director
Kansas City, Etats-Unis
1998 - 1999 (1 an)
Chief Creative Officer
VML Australia
Sydney, Australie
Chief Creative Officer
GPY&R Sydney / VML Australia
Sydney, Australie

Formation

Marketing, Advertising

1996 - 1998 (2 ans)

Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) Visual Communications, Graphic Design, Illustration

1987 - 1991 (4 ans)

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