It was recently announced that Jayanta Jenkins has joined HP, as its global executive creative director. As the global executive director, Jayanta Jenkins will work across all aspects of HP’s business units. He will be working to develop a continued continuity in the brands communications. As the global executive creative Director Jayanta Jenkins will be reporting to Karen Kahn, the chief communications officer of HP.
About Jayanta Jenkins
Before his new role at HP, Jayanta Jenkins served as Twitters global group creative director. He served in the role for over 2 years, he successfully led and grew its in-house studio of integrated creative teams and agency partners. He started his career at Martin Agency. Jayanta Jenkins has also worked with TBWA/Chiat/ Day as their global creative director and Wieden+Kennedy as the firm’s senior art director.
He is a co-founder of Saturday Monday, an organization that works across creative industries to bring about societal change. They bring awareness and shift perceptions of racial bias and injustice. His new role with HP will still allow him to continue with Morning projects. The organization plans to release a new campaign for P&G.
Jayanta Jenkins Speak on His New Role with HP
Speaking on his new role in HP, Jayanta Jenkins expressed his joy to be joining the HP family, stating that he has been a big fan for quite a
Jayanta Jenkins said that even though is new role may be filled with the unknown, but he believes it will add more strength and enhancement to his long creative career. He said that his biggest asset in this role that’s filled with the unknown is the willingness to embrace an uncomfortable situation while being curious. He says that he looks forward to and loves the challenge of conquering this role, however uncomfortable it might seem.
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