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W+K Names Colleen DeCourcy as Partner

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Wieden+Kennedy has named Colleen DeCourcy as the newest partner in its global network.

DeCourcy most recently served as Global Coexecutive Creative Director; she joins Dan Wieden, Dave Luhr, Mark Fitzloff, Susan Hoffman, Tom Blessington, Bill Davenport, John Jay, Neil Christie, Tony Davidson and Kim Papworth on the partner team.

DeCourcy worked at W+K for only eighteen months before the promotion; prior to joining the agency, she founded her own shop called Socialistic, which she ran as CEO and chief creative officer. The release states that, during her time at W+K, she has “extended the creative department’s capabilities beyond advertising, into both experience and product design.”

Her full ad industry resume includes stints in leadership positions at TBWA New York, JWT and Organic.

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W+K Promotes Tait, Others to Partners

Wieden + Kennedy global interactive ECD Iain Tait (left) is among four execs at the agency who can now add partner to their titles. Joining him are W+K Portland managing director Tom Blessington and ECD Mark Fitzloff as well as London MD Neil Christie. This marks the first time in two years that W+K’s made partner additions, and as a result, the four new ones join a list that includes Dan Wieden (obviously), Dave Luhr, Susan Hoffman, Bill Davenport, John Jay, Tony Davidson and Kim Papworth.

While Tait’s only been with W+K since 2010, having joined from his shop Poke London, Blessington’s racked up 21 years at the agency, during which time he ran the Nike accounts in Portland and Amsterdam and served as the first managing director of the agency’s New York office. As for Christie, he’s served as W+K London’s managing director since 2004 while Fitzloff started as a copywriter at the agency back in 1999.