Faaez Samadi
Jul 31, 2019

Valerie Madon to leave Havas

Southeast Asia chief creative officer to explore other opportunities.

Valerie Madon
Valerie Madon

Valerie Madon has stepped down as Havas Group Singapore chairwoman and Southeast Asia chief creative officer.

In a statement to Campaign, Havas Group said Madon “is moving on from the organisation to pursue other opportunities. We thank Valerie for her contribution and wish her the best with her next chapter".

Madon joined Havas in June 2017 from Facebook’s creative shop, where she was Southeast Asia head, before which she was chief creative officer at J Walter Thompson Singapore. Madon is also the programme lead for the inaugural See It Be It at Spikes Asia this year.

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