Kathy Delaney

Chief Creative Officer at Publicis Health

Kathy Delaney is the current Chief Creative Officer at Publicis Health. Kathy has held this position since December 2012. Prior to that, they were the Chief Creative Officer at Nitro from January 2007 to December 2012.

Delaney has over 20 years of experience in the advertising industry. Kathy started their career at Chiat/Day in 1991 as an Associate Creative Director. In 1994, they moved to Deutsch, where they became the Chief Creative Officer and Managing Partner. Kathy stayed at Deutsch for 13 years, during which time they worked on campaigns for clients such as IKEA, Snapple, Mitsubishi Motors, Revlon, Almay, Bank of America, Tommy Hilfiger, Monster.com, Pfizer's Zoloft and Zyrtec, J&J's Tylenol, Tangueray, Starwood Westin and Sheraton Hotels, FootLocker, and the Michael J. Fox Foundation.

In 2007, Delaney left Deutsch to join Nitro as their Chief Creative Officer. During their time at Nitro, they oversaw campaigns for Kraft, Unilever, MARS, Foot Locker, Con Agra's Healthy Choice, A&E TV, The Company Store, Victoria's Secret PINK, and the Malaria No More Organization.

Delaney is a highly respected creative leader in the advertising industry. Kathy has won numerous awards for their work, including multiple Cannes Lions and Clio Awards.

Kathy Delaney's educational career began at the School of Visual Arts.

They are on a team with Len Dolce - Chief Financial Officer, Dave Nussbaum - Chief Data Officer, and Philip Chin - President, Europe. Kathy Delaney reports to Alexandra von Plato, Chief Executive Officer.

Timeline

  • Chief Creative Officer

    Current role

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