NEW YORK, USA // A dynamic Executive Creative Director, Hannah Fishman has more than 15 years of creative and leadership experience working on integrated campaigns that span a wide-range of categories. Joining DDB in January 2015, Hannah has quickly rose through the ranks, leading creative development on influential campaigns such as Clean & Clear’s Self-Acceptance Speech for The VMAs, which was the most talked-about spot during the 2015 awards.
Hannah currently oversees creative for a number of DDB (and Red Urban) New York’s clients including the Heineken and Hasbro brands, Lipton and GLAAD, and has previously worked on Johnson & Johnson beauty brands and Electrolux both in a global and local capacity.
Prior to joining DDB New York, Hannah spent over six years as Vice President and Creative Director at Edelman Digital, where she led creative on brands including Samsung, Dove, AXE, American Heart Association and Pfizer. Before that, she held creative positions at Everyday Health, Borders Books and Chrysler.
Her talent has garnered Hannah recognition from her peers and the industry. Most recently, she was selected to participate in DDB Worldwide’s Phyllis Project and in 2016 she was named to Adweek’s Creative 100 list and was named one of the Top Women in Digital by Cynopsis.
Hannah lives in Brooklyn with her family.