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Arnold Worldwide
Total US500+
Total Worldwide500+
Discretionary Comments:
Global: 700+ Employees U.S.: 500+ Employees International: 200+ Employees
Pam Hamlin, Global President, Arnold Worldwide
Pam Hamlin is a dynamic leader with nearly three decades of experience building brands and providing marketing and business strategy to a wide range of industries. She has been an engine for growth, evolution and cultural vibrancy at Arnold Worldwide for 17 years – stewarding accounts, developing important business opportunities and ultimately running the company.

An active contributor to the advertising industry and Boston community where Arnold is headquartered, Pam has received many honors. She has been recognized with the “Power 50” award from the Boston Business Journal, the “Women to Watch” award from Advertising Age, the “40 Under 40” award from the Boston Business Journal, the “Leading Women Award” from the Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts, and the Pinnacle Award for Achievement in Management from the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce.

Pam currently serves on the Board of the 4A's, Board of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce and as a mentor for The Jimmy Fund’s annual Big Ideas Contest. She has been a member of the Dana Farber Cancer Institute’s Women Executive Council and the Boys & Girls Club of Dorchester. Given her passion for lacrosse as a former player, she has served as a girls’ youth lacrosse coach and as an active leader in the youth program for many years.
Jim Elliott, Global Chief Creative Officer
An advertising industry veteran, Jim Elliott has more than two decades of experience creating iconic work and overseeing creative direction for some of the world’s most recognizable brands. Named Global Chief Creative Officer of Arnold Worldwide in March 2015, Jim is tasked with unifying the agency’s creative vision across the global network and driving the Arnold brand forward.

Jim’s work has garnered awards from Cannes, D&AD, CLIO, London International, New York Festivals, Stephen E. Kelly, Effie Worldwide, the One Show, the Epica Awards, National ADDY, the Art Directors Club, the ANDYs, Communication Arts, the Webbys, Radio Mercury, the Web Marketing Association and the Yahoo! Big Idea Chair. His work for both Nike and Häagen-Dazs received AICP Show honors and is on permanent display at the Museum of Modern Art. Jim’s integrated “Help the Honey Bees” campaign for Häagen-Dazs earned the first-ever Green Pencil awarded by The One Club.

Jim came to advertising by way of the Portfolio Center in Atlanta after earning a BA from the University of Pennsylvania. He is the proud father of three boys (two human, one K-9) and the proud husband to one wife (human).
Peter Grossman, President, Arnold New York
Peter is responsible for the overall management of the agency’s operation in New York City. In that role, he maintains a keen focus on client leadership, new business and capability development. Throughout his career, Peter has been known as a builder and entrepreneur with best-in-class experience leading global brands and helping Fortune 500 companies evolve their business model for the digital economy. Peter came to Arnold after several years working at Takeout, an innovation and strategy consultancy. Prior to that, he was CEO of the digital start-up QWiPS. From 1997–2010, Peter worked his way up the account service ranks at JWT New York, ultimately being named Managing Director/Director of Client Services. Previously, he worked as an account director and account supervisor at Foote, Cone & Belding and Bates USA, both in NewYork.
Lisa Unsworth, Chief Marketing Officer, Arnold Worldwide
Lisa drives Arnold's marketing engine and her responsibilities include mining new business opportunities and bringing innovative thinking to the company's marketing practices. Prior to becoming CMO, Lisa was instrumental in helping Arnold win and manage the high-profile American Legacy truth®campaign. A 20-year advertising veteran, Lisa has worked at agencies like Dancer Fitzgerald Sample, Della Femina McNamee and start-up Houston Herstek Favat. As President of HHF, she engineered its successful sale to Arnold in 1998 and became a Managing Partner at Arnold. Lisa received her undergraduate degree from the Newhouse School at Syracuse University and went on to graduate from the Harvard Business School Program for Management Development.
Nisha Dass, Global Director, Business Strategy and Analytics
Nisha joined Arnold in November 
2015 to head up our best-in-class Business Strategy group. Prior to joining the agency, she was SVP and Group Chief Strategy and Business Development Officer for the Massy Group, leading cross-functional teams to help expand the Group’s footprint into Latin America. Before the Massy Group, Nisha was at McKinsey & Company, consulting with clients in several countries including the United States, United Kingdom, Qatar, South Africa, Nigeria, India, The Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Colombia, Jamaica and T&T. Nisha holds an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management.