W+K gets reshaped and names duo to oversee the emerging makets

Kim Papworth and Karrelle Dixon have been appointed to oversee Wieden + Kenendy’s emerging markets, in new roles as Executive Creative Director, Emerging Markets and Managing Director, Emerging Markets, respectively. Reporting directly into Dave Luhr (Global President of W+K) and Colleen DeCourcy (recently promoted from Global Executive Creative Director to Global Chief Creative Officer), Dixon and Papworth will be headquartered in London but spending time in W+K’s Tokyo, Shanghai and Delhi offices.

As the company approaches its 35th birthday (in April 2017), Luhr and DeCourcy think there’s a need to reshape agency leadership to position W+K successfully for the next 35 years, so that besides the promotion of Papworth and Dixon, 15 new members have been added to the current nine-person partner group that already included them. The partner group has been renamed as well and now on will be designated as Wieden+Kennedy Stakeholders.

Additions fom W+K offices in Europe

From W+K London, Karrelle Dixon (Managing Director of Emerging Markets), Iain Tait (Executive Creative Director), Paul Colman (Executive Creative Director) and Helen Andrews (Chief Strategy Officer) newly jointhe W+K Stakeholder group.

Mark Bernath (Executive Creative Director) is the new addition to the Stakeholders from , W+K Amsterdam.

New members from the Portland and New York offices

Managing Director, W+K New York Karl Lieberman (Managing Director) joins the W+K Stakeholder group from NY.

Also from the USA and all of them from W+K Portland, they join the Wieden+Kennedy Stakeholder: Joe Staples (Executive Creative Director); David Terry (Executive Creative Director), Alberto Ponte (Director of Strategic Planning); Daniel Sheniak (Global Creative Director on Nike); Jessica Monsey (Global Comms Director on Nike); Andre Gustavo (Group Account Director/Director of Publishing) and Claudia Valderrama (Global Chief Financial Officer).

Just one stakeholder from, Brazil

Managing Director, W+K Sao Paulo, Eric Quennoy, becomes the only Stakeholder from W+K in Brazil. There are no creative additions to the Stakeholders group from this Latin American country.

The nine original partners, renamed as stakeholders

Besides Dan Wieden (Founder); Dave Luhr (Global Chairman) and Colleen DeCourcy (now Global Chief Creative Officer), the six former leading Partners at Wieded + Kennedy, who keep on as Stakeholders are: Kim Papworth (Executive Creative Director Emerging Markets); Neil Christie (Chief Financial Officer); Tony Davidson (Managing Director, W+K London); Susan Hoffman (Executive Creative Director, W+K New York); Tom Blessington (Executive Creative Director, W+K Portland); Mark Fitzloff (Managing Director, W+K Portland).

Image over the headline.- W+K Stakeholders. © Wieden + Kennedy.

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