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MullenLowe U.S.

Office Employees201-500
Total US500+
Total Worldwide500+
Lee Newman, Chief Executive Officer
Lee has a passion for innovation and a belief in the power of creativity to achieve extraordinary business results. At MullenLowe U.S., he oversees all four domestic offices, ensuring seamless integration and collaboration across each. He brings deep experience in the automotive industry, having worked on BMW’s groundbreaking “BMW Films” campaign as well as Audi’s award-winning “Art of the Heist” campaign. Prior to joining MullenLowe U.S., Lee served as President of Ogilvy Chicago, overseeing all aspects of their integrated offering. Before that he served as Managing Director of Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam. During his four years there, the office added new clients, significantly increased profitability and expanded its footprint to include Russia and the Middle East. In 2011, The Gunn Report named Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam the most creatively awarded agency in the world. Over his career, he has worked with many prestigious companies to build some of the world’s strongest brands — BMW, Coca-Cola, Nike, P&G, Kimberly-Clark, Heineken and Levi’s, to name just a few.
John Moore, Global President, MullenLowe Mediahub
John is the Global President of MullenLowe Mediahub and is responsible for crafting the department’s vision and spearheading new business initiatives. Since taking over the top spot, he has built an operation that focuses on embracing and leveraging change as a competitive weapon in today's hyper-competitive market. John has worked on brands including XM Satellite Radio, Wendy’s, H&R Block, Converse,, General Motors, NEC and Whirlpool and he was named an Ad Age Media Maven in 2010.
Mark Wenneker, Chief Creative Officer
Since joining MullenLowe U.S. in 2008, Mark has led the agency into a creative resurgence with a slew of wins with challenger brands including Zappos, JetBlue, American Greetings, Royal Caribbean, Google, National Geographic Channel and Acura. Under Mark’s leadership, MullenLowe has been on the Ad Age A-List four times, a Creativity Magazine Innovator two times, and a Fast Company Most Innovative Company. MullenLowe also scored a Grand Effie for American Greetings’ “World’s Toughest Job,” six Cannes Lions, an Emmy for the National Geographic Channel, and the coveted One Show award for Best Automotive Advertising in the World for Acura’s safety spot called “The Test.” Prior to working at MullenLowe, Mark was with Goodby, Silverstein & Partners for nine years, where he created famous work for HP, Comcast, Doritos, Hyundai, HBO, and Saturn. His Saturn “Sheet Metal” spot was named one of the top 10 best car ads in the last 25 years by the One Show, and his quirky “It’s Comcastic” ads were named Campaign of the Year by Adweek. He has three girls and a very patient and understanding wife.
Kelly Fredrickson, President
As President of MullenLowe Boston, Kelly is focused on partnering with strategy and creative to make the work great; expanding the agency by delivering new ideas and value to existing and prospective clients; and fostering a culture of innovation and collaboration. She's a part of a leadership team responsible for almost 500 integrated marketing professionals across the agency’s full range of hyperbundled services, including strategy, creative, media, and public relations. Boston is home to the teams who work with many of the agency’s most progressive and innovative clients, including JetBlue, Royal Caribbean, American Greetings, and Burger King. In addition to her extensive experience as SVP, channel marketing executive, at Bank of America, Fredrickson brings a deep knowledge of working inside creatively driven agencies. She was chief of staff at Modernista! during their emergence as a national creative powerhouse on brands like Cadillac, Hummer, TIAA-CREF, and Project RED.