Even if she is caught in the worst LA traffic this morning, Teri Miller will surely be smiling. According to a release from the agency, the former managing director of M/H VCCP has joined 72andSunny L.A as president.
Beginning in June, Miller will work directly with the leadership team of executive creative director and partner Matt Murphy, executive creative director Keith Cartwright, and executive strategy directors and partners Kelly Schoeffel and Bryan Smith.
“In a time when there are very few agencies with a clear sense of purpose, I was blown away by 72andSunny’s single-minded desire to drive business impact with unbridled creativity,” Miller said in a statement. “Their passion for brave work is unmatched and a reminder why I got in this business in the first place. I’m honored to join an ambitious team in Los Angeles as they build for the next chapter of creative greatness.”
Miller started her career in 1999 as account manager for Goodby Silverstein & Partners and then spent time at TDA Boulder and Wieden+Kennedy Portland, where she was lead on the Nike Women’s, Running, Soccer and Cycling accounts.
Before joining M/H VCCP in 2017, Miller served eight years as director of marketing for Heat. At Heat, Miller oversaw everything from new business management to public relations. She reportedly parted ways with the agency a year after it was acquired by management advisory giant Deloitte in 2016.
“Teri’s competitive spirit and fierce drive for great creativity is invigorating,” said Glenn Cole, 72andSunny co-founder and creative chair. “She’s the perfect leader for our ongoing charge to unleash unignorable creativity.”
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