In Conversation with Nancy Crimi-Lamanna
As one of Canada’s top creative and business leaders, Nancy Crimi-Lamanna is as talented and dynamic as she is wonderful. Lucky for us, she’s our very special guest on the next ‘In Conversation With’ hosted by ADCC Chair Andrew Simon. Zoom in on April 6th from 12-1 ET. This is one virtual talk you definitely don’t want to miss. This event will be held using Zoom. Attendees will receive a link to the Zoom meeting the morning of April 6th.
Date and Time
Apr 6, 2022 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM EDT
Meet our Speakers
Named by Adweek as one of Toronto’s Brand Stars shaping the city into the creative hub it is today and a CampaignUS 40 over 40, Nancy has helped lead the creative resurgence of FCB - elevating its position to the 2021 Creative Network of the Year at the Cannes Lions, the most awarded agency at the One Show in 2020 and Adweek’s 2020 Global Agency of the Year. Her work has been presented to the UN twice and she also has the distinction of bringing home Canada’s first Integrated, Strategy and Creative Data Cannes Lions. In 2020, her work for the Canadian Down syndrome society was ranked as the 3rd most-awarded campaign globally at the One Show. Since joining FCB Canada 6 years ago, the agency's creative work has been among the most celebrated and innovative in the industry, including its work for BMW, Bank of Montreal/BMO Harris, Michelob Ultra and the Canadian Down Syndrome Society. This thinking has helped make FCB Canada Media Innovation Agency of the Year , 2 years in a row, Digital Agency of the Year, 5 years in a row and the most-awarded Canadian agency at the Clios and Cannes, 3 years in a row. Beyond creating iconic campaigns, Nancy is an industry thought leader: She's an inaugural member of the Times Up Advertising movement addressing gender inequality and has committed FCB Canada to #FreeTheWork, an effort to diversify talent in production. Nancy has served on several international juries including the Cannes Lions, Clios, and One Show as well as volunteering her time for industry panels, being on the ADCC advisory board and serving on school advisory boards for advertising students in Canada.