Speaker Meeting 3/4: David Haan & Kathryn Harmon, Creative Circus

Our next meeting this Tuesday (3/4) at 7:30pm in MLC 214 with David Haan and Kathryn Harmon from the Creative Circus, a creative portfolio school in Atlanta, who will be speaking about Grady’s Summer at The Circus Program. If you are interested in pursuing a career in the creative side of advertising, you do NOT want to miss this meeting! You can RSVP to attend the event here.
The Creative Circus has partnered with the Grady College to offer Summer at The Circus, an eight-week program involving concepting, branding, marketing and packaging all taught in the unconventional style that The Circus is known for. Several of our club members participated in the program this past summer and had great experiences. For more information please visit this link: http://www.summeratthecircus.com/
For those of you who are interested in the program, would like to hear student testimonials, and are interested in finding out more information, including signing up for s​ummer 2014, watch this insightful video.
David Haan: Executive Director
Dave has spent three decades in and around the advertising industry. He is a student of advertising history and has accumulated quite a few war stories of his own during long stints with FCB, McCann Erickson and Frankel (the finest Sales Promotion company ever) and postings in Chicago, Toronto, New York, San Francisco, Detroit and LA. Dave has had the pleasure (and he means that) of working with Coors, Molson, Mazda, General Mills, Nestle, S.C. Johnson, Sunkist, Visa, Dreyer’s, Clorox and Zicam. Dave has a Master’s in Advertising from Michigan State and has taught Advertising Strategy and Campaigns courses at Michigan State, Illinois and Cal State Fullerton.
Kathryn Harmon: Event Marketing Manager
Kathryn Harmon is a native to the rolling hills of Appalachia Georgia. She played by the rules and got a BA in Art, recruited for an arts college, and then ran off to the wacky wonderful San Francisco for a brief stint.
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