Just days after it was announced that Jenny Glover was leaving Juniper Park\TBWA following an organizational restructuring, Zulu Alpha Kilo confirmed that she is joining the agency as chief creative officer.
Glover will take over from Wain Choi, who is leaving the agency at the end of March rounding out a new three-person senior creative team of CCO Brian Murray and chief design officer Stephanie Yung. All three will report into agency founder Zak Mroueh, who is taking on the new title of creative chair. Those changes were announced late last month.
Glover has amassed a long list of prestigious creative honours since starting her career with TBWA\Hunt\Lascaris more than 25 years ago. Along with awards from top awards shows including Cannes (where she has 28 Lions) and D&AD, she also judged for Cannes Lions, the One Show and Clios, and twice led a jury for D&AD.
Glover moved to Canada to join Juniper Park\TBWA in 2018 where, among other projects, she contributed to the internationally acclaimed “Signal for Help” for the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
While still in South Africa, Glover also co-founded “Open Chair,” a gender equity initiative aimed at “filling chairs” with talented young women. That work led to conversations with Mroueh, who started the 20Doors scholarship program to help young BIPOC talent get a foot in the door.
“I’ve also been following Zulu’s work for years and am eager to help us become the number one creative company in the world,” said Glover. “I love ideas that push boundaries through innovation and new technology. Which is why I’m so excited to be joining such a forward-thinking, highly creative agency.”