Vida Cornelious, veteran ad exec, was recently named
executive vice president and chief creative officer at Walton
Isaacson agency. Her tenure will begin in April.
“Vida Cornelious is a much lauded creative executive who understands client needs and knows how to build brands across cultures and disciplines. We are thrilled to have her on board,” said Cory Isaacson.
Aaron Walton remarked, “Vida is everything we have been looking for in this role. With offices in Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami and Tokyo, we needed someone with a truly cross cultural and international awareness.”
Cornelious, who previously served as chief creative officer at Global Hue, issued the following statement regarding her new role: “I have great respect for the way Cory and Aaron conceived of and built this agency. Joining them on the heels of some great creative recognition and wins is a tremendous opportunity and I look forward to helping them write the next chapters in the story of The Planet’s Most Interesting Agency.”
Before joining Global Hue, Cornelious worked for DDB Chicago. In that role, she worked on several accounts including McDonald’s, Dell Computers, JCPenny, State Farm, Qwest and Budweiser, some of which won awards.