Leo Burnett Sydney snares former CHE Proximity duo Lisa O'Neill + Letizia Bozzolini for ACD roles

Leti Bozzolini and Lisa O'Neill - Associate CDs Leo Burnett Sydney - July 2018 (1).jpgCB Exclusive - Leo Burnett Sydney has appointed Lisa O'Neill and Letizia (Leti) Bozzolini as associate creative directors.

Beginning her career in London, O'Neill (right) primarily worked for Karmarama, along with some shorter stints at Y&R and JWT. Having moved to Sydney four years ago, O'Neill has spent her time at Moon, Ogilvy and, most recently, CHE Proximity.
Bozzolini (above left) started off in Milan, working at Grey and Ogilvy before moving to Sydney two years ago and teaming up with O'Neill. In their time together at CHE they worked as associate creative directors.
With over 20 years experience between them, O'Neill and Bozzolini have created work for clients as diverse as Nintendo, the BBC, Coca Cola, lastminute.com, Optus, AMEX, KFC, Nestlé, ING, Allianz, and MTV.

Says Grant McAloon, executive creative director, Leo Burnett Sydney: "We're thrilled to have Lisa and Leti join the Leo's team. With such a broad range of experience, both here and internationally, they truly are a dynamic duo and we're really looking forward to seeing where they can take our clients."

Says O'Neill and Bozzolini: "We are both incredibly excited to be joining Leo Burnett Sydney, an agency with such a great reputation and creative legacy. We can't wait to join the talented team and work across their amazing portfolio of clients."

Both Bozzolini and O'Neill were featured in Campaign Brief's Spotlight on Women Creatives series earlier this year. 


Chingy said:

Lisa you legend. Congratubloodylations.

Chris Mac said:

Well done Lis, you look stoked!

Welli said:

Shut up and take my money!

realchange said:

wtf? plenty of amazing female talent already in the agency who deserve promotion

set ur watches.

CC said:

Gooo Leti!

Does no one check references anymore? said:

Hmm, general rule, if you didn’t do the work, don’t have it in your book.

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