Staff Writer
Dec 6, 2018

Senior hires at Jack Morton

Jack Morton shuffles senior leadership in its global HQ in Boston.

Sharon Crichton, executive VP, global head of production for Jack Morton
Sharon Crichton, executive VP, global head of production for Jack Morton

Following several high-profile wins in the past year, brand experience agency Jack Morton announces Craig Million as its new chief client officer. Millon will lead account services and business development and continue oversight of its technology agency, Genuine. He will also focus on new and organic growth opportunities across all geographies while improving overall client experience.

Menahwile, Sharon Crichton rejoins Jack Morton having left for a stint at George P Johnson where she served as VP of live production and operations, and general manager New York and Boston. At Jack Morton, she takes the title of executive VP, global head of production. Crichton will work with global operations, production and technical services teams, and provide vision and strategic direction to enhance collaboration globally.

Source:
CEI

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