A passionate champion of creativity and the talented people and marketers who fuel it, Brandon is FCB’s Global Chief Marketing & Reputation Officer, a newly created role that focuses on forging business relationships with current and prospective clients, while managing FCB’s reputation on a domestic and global basis. With a unique and diverse background that spans copywriting to account management and ultimately global business development, Brandon collaborates with his fellow leaders in 109 operations in 80 countries to push FCB to the forefront of creativity, diversity, culture and innovation. Brandon recently led the FCB partnership with EY and Out Leadership on LGBTQ ally research and sits on the Out Leadership Board
Throughout Brandon’s tenure, FCB was named Adweek Global Creative Agency of the Year and Global Creative Network of the Year by The One Club for Creativity in 2020, picked up 2018, 2019 and 2020 Ad Age A-List honors, enjoyed its best Cannes Lions showing ever, with a top-three Global Network ranking in 2019, and – most important to Brandon – made headlines for taking bold actions to lead the industry in improving inclusivity, equality and generosity. He was an Ad Age 40 Under 40 honoree and was inducted into the American Advertising Federation’s Hall of Achievement.
A small-town boy from the foothills of North Carolina and a proud graduate of The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Brandon carries a strong commitment to service and is an active member of several University and philanthropic boards. He brings a highly creative mindset to everything he does and is an entrepreneur at heart who’s consistently challenging himself and those around him to raise the bar, think big, do the right thing and always remember to laugh.
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