Cannes Lions announces 2018 Pharma, Health and Wellness juries

The Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity has named its 21 jury members for this summer’s Pharma and Health and Wellness Lions.

The Lions Health part of the festival will take place on June 18 and 19, with the awards set to be announced on the first day of the Cannes Lions festival, June 18.

The 10-member Pharma jury includes health marketing leaders from around the world. U.S.-based members are Renata Florio, executive creative director at Ogilvy Health and Wellness, and Carolyn O’Neill, chief creative officer at Centron N.Y.

International members include Shefali Srinivas, VP and Asia-Pacific health lead at WE Communications; Lyndon Louis, senior creative director, Havas Live Sorento in India; John Scott, creative director at Ward6 Singapore; Patrick Ackmann, executive creative director at German firm WEFRA; Paola Figueroa, creative VP at Made, Mexico; Oliver Caporn, worldwide creative director of CDM London; and Victoria McGee, associate creative director for Langland.

The Health and Wellness jury has two U.S. members, Stephanie Berman, former partner and chief creative officer at The Bloc, and Collette Douaihy, EVP and executive creative director, Digitas Health.

Other members hail from Asia, South America, Europe, and the Middle East, including Carol Ong, president of skincare brand Bebebalm; Cherie Davies, creative director at Sudler & Hennessey, Australia; Bruno Abner Rebelo, creative director at McCann Health Brazil; Andre Hansen, creative director at Danish firm Anthill Agency; Tom Richards, chief creative officer, Havas Lynx; Orla Burke, partner and EMEA healthcare co-lead at FleishmanHillard; Alok Gadkar, GM and executive creative director at the Classic Partnership in Dubai; and Melissa de Lusignan, group creative director, the Hive Group.

The pharma jury is led by Rich Levy, chief creative officer at FCB Health; John Fidelino, executive creative director at InterbrandHealth, is heading the health and wellness jury.

This article originally appeared on MM&M