Global Chief Creative Officer


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Liz Taylor is a truly unique creative leader, with a relentless drive for creative excellence and a commitment to strong collaboration across all agency disciplines.

As chief creative officer of FCB Chicago -one of the largest offices in the FCB network-, Liz oversaw work for a truly diverse group of clients, including Michelob Ultra, Bud Light, FIAT Chrysler, Glad, Pine-Sol, Liquid Plumr, Valspar, Boeing, Academy Sports + Outdoors, Blue Bunny, Cox Communications and Comcast. In 2017, Liz’s creative leadership led to numerous industry awards, including 10 Cannes Lions for the agency’s work on the Illinois Council Against Handgun Violence’s “Teddy Gun” campaign, Radio Flyer and Archer.

Liz spent four years transforming the digital practice at Ogilvy & Mather as the ECD of North America Digital + Social. During this time, Liz also led global creative for Kimberly-Clark and brought innovation to the forefront on work for marketers such as Morton Salt, Pinnacle Vodka, Midori, S.C. Johnson and Dove.

Providing creative vision and leadership on campaigns including “Walk her Walk” for Morton Salt, Glade’s “Museum of Feelings,” and The Brady Campaign’s “Zero Minutes of Fame,” Liz’s digital-first point of view has led to work that has been recognized at numerous award shows, including Cannes, the One Show and the Clios.

A Chicago native – with her husband, two teenagers and Goldendoodle – Liz is a proud graduate of the University of Wisconsin and Portfolio Center. When she’s not writing for work, she’s writing a memoir that she hopes will one day be published.