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Kevin’s creative experience has earned him accolades in the industry’s top publications, awards shows, the Super Bowl, the Museum of Modern Art Permanent Collection, and an Emmy for work on HBO. Most recently Kevin served as chief creative officer at Hill Holliday in Boston where he conceived and directed award-winning work for Dunkin’ Donuts (America Runs on Dunkin’), Liberty Mutual (Responsibility. What’s Your Policy?), Anheuser-Busch (Bud Light. Always Worth It.), Toys “R” Us (Time for Childhood). His creative solutions not only worked for his clients but garnered Hill Holliday the title of Adweek’s comeback agency of the year.
Kevin’s experience spans between many well-known agencies such as JWT, Lowe Lintas, and BBDO, and contributing to some of the industry’s most memorable campaigns on blue-chip brands including Visa, FedEx, Doritos, Pepsi, Pizza Hut, and HBO. He has served as chief creative officer for McCann Erickson in Detroit and in San Francisco, where he was also global creative director for Microsoft and won Adweek’s small agency of the year for McCann San Francisco.
Julia has a wide range of experience stemming from her 23 years in the business, including direct marketing, social, digital, a full range of domestic and global brand advertising—and strategy and loyalty. Before joining the Richards Group last year, Julia was an executive creative director for Publicis Groupe, where she managed brand and Olympic Games work for Bridgestone North America along with Nestlé Juicy Juice, Nestlé Pure Life Water, TruGreen, Delta Dental, Lake Austin Spa Resort, and Krusteaz.
Before joining Publicis, Julia spent nine years with Leo Burnett, where her work for P&G‘s Always and Kellogg’s Special K broke all-time share records and won Cannes Lions, ADDYs, and Effies alike.
Diana Bosniack has been with Saatchi & Saatchi New York since 2010. She is the creative lead for the US Enfamil infant formula business—responsible for review, assessment, and creative and strategic consistency of work across multiple agency partners and disciplines. She has also worked on the agency’s other master brands, including P&G, General Mills, HSBC, and Charter Spectrum.
Before Saatchi, Diana coran the American Express OPEN business at Digitas. There, she led integrated acquisition efforts in the traditional, digital, and social space. She also worked at Digitas Health, creating digital experiences for Chantix and Celebrex.