A nine-year Zenith veteran, Sean has moved across multiple facets of the business in his nearly two decades of experience. From account planning, media and strategy to data, insights and technology, Sean is able to connect the dots across disciplines in a way that brings flexibility to our agency and our clients. While he considers himself a “big thinker,” Sean is a firm believer that big ideas are only as good as the ability to execute upon them. He takes tremendous pride in not only generating ideas, but in translating ideas into actionable outcomes that impact the bottom line.
In his freshman year as CEO for Moxie, he has attained a level of unprecedented growth in its 16-year history, adding American Cancer Society, Delta, TaxSlayer, Atlanta Braves and TGI Fridays to the client roster. With even less time since taking the helm at Zenith, he has rendered immediate effect with the retention of 21st Century Fox as a client and injected a tangible spirit into the halls of the company that drives innovation, collaboration and outside-the-box thinking.
Prior to taking over the helms at Zenith, ROAR and Moxie, Sean spent time at Publicis & Hal Riney, Goodby Silverstein & Partners and AKQA.
Brad Shaw / Crazy Good Turns
Co-Creator and Host
Brad Shaw is host and co-creator of Crazy Good Turns, a nonprofit podcast that tells stories about people who do amazing things for others. Shaw retired from The Home Depot in April, 2015, after more than 10 years as the company’s vice president and chief communications officer, reporting directly to three CEOs during his tenure there. Prior to joining Home Depot in 2004, Shaw served as chief communications officer at Gateway, Inc.
Shaw is actively involved in philanthropic efforts and has served on various non-profit boards including The Points of Light Foundation, Ken’s Krew, Kaboom and the Metro Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Brad and the former CEO of The Home Depot, Frank Blake, created Crazy Good Turns together when they realized that through the power of storytelling, they could help ignite change and inspire people to give back.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Va. in 1988.