Jenny Chan 陳詠欣
Jul 23, 2013

Angel Chen reported to have resigned from OgilvyOne China after 13 years

BEIJING - Angel Chen, president of OgilvyOne China and 13-year-veteran of the agency, is understood to have submitted her resignation.

Angel Chen had been at OgilvyOne China since 2000
Angel Chen had been at OgilvyOne China since 2000

The agency has not yet named her replacement. Chen did not respond to a request for official comment, but will work until September this year, after which Shenan Chuang, CEO of O&M Greater China, will fill in.

Chen was promoted to president of OgilvyOne China in September 2011, when she replaced Chris Reitermann.

With OgilvyOne since 2000, Chen was also managing director of OgilvyOne Beijing for two and a half years. 

Her first digital job, in 1996, was with, one of the first commercial internet service providers in China.

She joined as marketing manager in 1998 and went on to be the first employee at

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