Leo Burnett Worldwide has appointed Edelman alum Jordan Doucette to serve as chief creative officer in the global ad agency’s Chicago headquarters.
Doucette assumes the new role immediately. She succeeds former Chicago chief creative officer Britt Nolan.
Doucette joined the Chicago-based Publicis unit in January 2018, where she’d served as EVP/executive creative director. She previously did two stints at Toronto-based advertising and design agency TAXI, where she most recently held the chief creative officer title. She was previously an executive creative director in Edelman’s Toronto office.
As CCO, Doucette will oversee Leo Burnett Chicago’s creative and production departments while continuing to lead creative duties for her marquee clients. She’ll work in close partnership with Leo Burnett Worldwide chief creative officer Liz Taylor and will report jointly to Taylor and president/chief strategy officer Emma Montgomery.