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IPA announces Best of Health Show 2017 judges

Chaka Sobhani joins as chair of judges

IPALeo Burnett’s chief creative officer, Chaka Sobhani, has been appointed as chair of judges for the IPA’s Best of Health show 2017, an industry awards programme that acknowledges creative healthcare advertising.

Sobhani is joined by Diana Janicki, who joins the jury as convenor judge, and said: “This year’s judging panel is a great mix of health-network big guns, independents and new kids on the block and I’m very pleased and honoured to be convening such a prestigious and intelligent awards programme.”

Janicki is currently an executive creative director at TBWA/World Health London and has held previous roles for EMC Consulting, Rapp London, Publicis Modem and MRM Worldwide.

The judging panel also includes last year’s winner of the Pip Award Amber Osborne, a senior art director at Sudler & Hennessey.

Entries will be shortlisted and announced in October, with the awards ceremony taking place in November.

The full line up of judges for the IPA Best of Health Show 2017

Chaka Sobhani, chief creative officer, Leo Burnett

Diana Janicki, executive creative director, TBWA/WorldHealth

Anke Buchta, creative director, Emotive,

Fabio De Vecchi, executive creative director, Sudler & Hennessey Milan

Dick Dunford, creative partner, Looped

Fernanda Marth, creative director, H4B London

Amber Osborne, senior art director, Sudler & Hennessey

Orrin Pollard, executive creative director, Hamell

Guy Swimer, creative director, McCann Human Care

Andrew Spurgeon, executive creative director, Langland

Luke Walker, creative director, Weber Shandwick

Article by
Gemma Jones

18th August 2017

From: Marketing

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