Sheryl Marjoram swaps McCann London to lead DDB Group Sydney
DDB Group Sydney has appointed Sheryl Marjoram, McCann London’s CEO, as its new lead. She steps into the role following the promotion of Priya Patel to CEO of DDB Group Aotearoa New Zealand.
What you need to know:
- Sheryl Marjoram has been appointed DDB Group Sydney CEO.
- She returns to Australia after two decades of working in London.
Sheryl Marjoram, McCann London’s CEO, is returning to Australia after two decades in the UK, most recently with McCann, to take over as DDB Group Sydney CEO.
Marjoram will be responsible for DDB Group agencies operating in the Sydney market, including creative agency DDB, digital agency Tribal, customer and data shop Track, PR agency Mango, and healthcare specialist DDB Remedy.
Relocating to London in 2001, Marjoram worked for the likes of Ogilvy & Mather, Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Mother, and Saatchi & Saatchi. She joined McCann London in 2017 as Managing Director and was promoted to CEO two years later.
She steps into the role following the promotion of Priya Patel to CEO of DDB Group Aotearoa New Zealand. Marjoram will start her role in the new year.
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