Wednesday, October 26, 2016
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McCormick, Kohnen, Hasan, Katherman Upped To Creative Directors at CP+B Boulder
Standing are Mona Hasan (l) and Quinn Katherman; seated are Stephanie Kohnen (l) and Kelly McCormick.
  • BOULDER, Colo.
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Kelly McCormick, Stephanie Kohnen, Mona Hasan and Quinn Katherman have been promoted from associate creative directors to creative director at CP+B Boulder.
McCormick has been at CP+B since 2010, most recently working on Infiniti, Domino’s and American Airlines. Her work on the launch of American Express Small Business Saturday in 2012 resulted in top honors across industry award shows, including two Cannes Grand Prix honors, a Gold Effie and Clio, and a D&AD Yellow Pencil. In 2013, her work on Best Buy’s Super Bowl spot featuring Amy Poehler received best of the game accolades from The Washington Post, ABC News, Fox Sports and Gizmodo, among others. Prior to CP+B, Kelly worked at McCann Erickson NY, where she won her first Cannes Lion for a small project for Golden Grahams.
Kohnen has been at CP+B since 2013 working on Kraft, Domino’s, Best Buy, Windows Phone and Fruit of the Loom. In 2014, she received an Emmy Award for “Outstanding Interactive Experience” as well as multiple Webby awards for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon website and mobile app. A Detroit native, and graduate of the College for Creative Studies, Kohnen spent 10 years in the city creating work for automotive brands like Lexus, Toyota, Ford, Cadillac, GM and Chrysler. During her five years at GTB (formerly Team Detroit) she worked as an ACD on Ford Motor Company where she created award-winning work including the Gold Effie-winning Mustang Customizer Integrated Campaign.
Hasan has been at CP+B since 2012 contributing to Fruit of the Loom, Domino’s, Kraft and Under Armour. While at CP+B, she introduced Domino’s virtual voice ordering assistant “Dom” on TV, and has led recent efforts to modernize the Fruit of the Loom brand such as the launch of a faux line of high-end plastic pants called ‘Plastique.” Prior to CP+B, Hasan worked on traditional and digital initiatives for brands like Nike+, Travelocity, Gold’s Gym, and EAS sports nutrition at R/GA and McKinney. She has been recognized with Cannes, One Show, Clio, D&AD, LIA and MIXX Awards.
Katherman joined CP+B in December 2015 and quickly helped the agency win multiple brands from The Hershey Company. She went on this year to introduce a majestic unicorn for Ice Breakers to celebrate millennials’ confident and driven attitude. Katherman began her career as a humor writer for Recycled Paper Greetings, where she posted her rejected jokes and concepts on Twitter. She acquired a large following, was named one of “18 Funny Women to Follow” by The Huffington Post and was hired to write for the Sonic Drive-Thru account at Barkley. She then went to Arnold Worldwide where she gave a new voice to Progressive’s long standing Flo campaign. Throughout he career, Katherman has also helped craft brands like PUR, Jack Daniels, Carnival, Yoplait, Lee Jeans, Vanity Fair and Ball Jars.

“These four have been vital contributors to multiple noteworthy campaigns, clients and new business. Their incredible talent, work ethic and creative instincts push the agency forward in a new way every day,” said Ralph Watson, VP/chief creative officer, CP+B Boulder. “It’s an honor to have them help lead and shape the next generation of creativity of CP+B in Boulder.”