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Michael Briggs

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"A senior manager and strategist who works across Ogilvy’s Strategy + Planning and Social Marketing teams, Michael has more than 20 years’ experience in creating and implementing communications solutions for government, corporate, and nonprofit clients.

"Michael provides counsel and leadership for a number of Ogilvy’s key clients, including the National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Lance Armstrong Foundation, Special Olympics, and leading corporations. He assists teams and clients across the agency in devising strategies and creating campaigns and messages that reflect audience and marketplace insights. Michael’s work has won several industry awards, including PR Week’s multicultural campaign of the year.

"Prior to joining Ogilvy in 1998, Michael was communications manager for InterAction, an association of global humanitarian NGOs. Before that, he managed media relations and national events for Oxfam America, an international development agency. Michael serves on the board of the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area as chair of the communications committee. He holds a degree in English from Clark University and lives in Washington, DC."[1]

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  1. Ogilvy Michael Briggs, organizational web page, accessed January 16, 2013.