For Immediate Release


Toronto, Ontario, March 29, 2017 – The Advertising & Design Club of Canada (ADCC) is pleased to announce the organization’s new board executive, including its new President and Vice-President.

Stéphane Monnet, Creative Director at Monnet Design, has been named the new ADCC President, while Lisa Greenberg, VP/Creative Director at Leo Burnett, Toronto, has been named as the organization’s new Vice-President. Rounding out the new executive are Chad Borlase, Creative Director at SapientRazorfish, as ADCC Chair; and Jordan Doucette, Chief Creative Officer at TAXI Canada, as ADCC Secretary.

In addition to changes to the Executive, several new directors have recently joined the ADCC Board, including: Michael Dobell, Partner at Jam3; Helen Pak, Chief Creative Officer at Grey Canada; and Laura Stein, Creative Director at Bruce Mau Design.

The Club’s executive and new directors will continue to work with current directors, including: Nellie Kim, Partner & Creative Director, lg2; Gilbert Li, Principal, The Office of Gilbert Li; Paul Little, Freelance Creative Director; Andrew Simon, Executive Creative Director, Edelman; Amin Todai, President/Chief Creative Officer, OneMethod Digital + Design and Partner, Bensimon Byrne; Harland Weiss, Partner & Executive Producer, OPC; and Lauren Wickware, Graphic Designer.

“I‘m honoured to have been chosen to guide our board of dedicated industry leaders in our common goals of expanding the reach of the ADCC across the country and advancing the Club’s mandate of supporting and honouring the best in Canadian advertising and design,” said Stéphane Monnet. “During my mandate I look forward to promoting more community and student engagement as well as more educational and networking events to enrich and connect design and advertising professionals across our country.”

Full details and bios on the current ADCC Board of Directors is available here.

About The ADCC
The Advertising & Design Club of Canada (ADCC), founded in 1948, is a non-profit, non-political group dedicated to encouraging excellence in Canadian advertising and design. The Club’s overall goals are simply these: to inspire creativity, to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, to forge a sense of community and integrity among advertising and design professionals. The ADCC runs an annual national awards program and the Directions 2017 annual show.

ADCC Directions 2017 – Call for Entries Open
Deadline for entries: Friday, April 21
Enter online:

ADCC Directions 2017 Annual Awards Show – November 2
The ADCC’s 68th annual awards
Thursday, November 2
Koerner Hall at The Royal Conservatory of Music, TELUS Centre for Performance and Learning
273 Bloor Street West, Toronto

For more information, please contact Michelle Ovcaric at the ADCC office.
Phone: 416-423-4113