February 14, 2019
My name is Emily Margolis and I was born and raised in Bradenton, Florida. I’m currently an advertising major with a minor in business administration. Having parents that migrated down from New York, I would visit NYC and learned that I loved to explore new places and travel. Although I’d like to work in a big city after graduation, I think I’ll always consider the beach my home.
We asked Emily...
1 Your favorite pick-up line? 2
The best V-day movie to watch.
3 White, red, or rosé?
4 Draw your
ideal V-day gift.
Going into college, I didn’t really know exactly what I wanted to do, but I wanted to allow my mind to be creative. I started out as a marketing major and fell in love with social media last year. While entering my sophomore year, I realized advertising was a better fit for me. I am thrilled to have the opportunity to create original content and pursue the dreams I have developed through my current internships. To me, the best part of social media management is connecting with an audience. When I’m not studying or working, I like thrift shopping, petting dogs, and sending memes to my friends.
HAND OVER THE DOODLES The ICON is now collecting doodles to include in the final issue of the spring semester. Submitted doodles must be done in a dark pen on printer paper. Turn in to an Ad Society director at any GBM!
EVP, Executive Creative Director
I wear men's cologne and have possibly the world's neatest handwriting. I love Taco Bell, the color black, I can't say the word February and my favorite thing to do is laugh.
École joined FCB Chicago as EVP, Executive Creative Director in May 2017, taking aim at elevating the creative work and fostering a culture of creativity across the agency. Recently named one of Business Insider’s 30 Most Creative Women in Advertising, École is a fearless creative leader with an uncanny ability to deliver truly big ideas, crafted in fresh, unexpected ways. Her desire to create work that makes a mark on culture is matched by a passion for partnering with clients to ensure that this work drives their business. Prior to FCB, École worked at Havas Worldwide as a Group Creative Director, and led work for Hefty, Reynolds, DISH, Moen, Sauza Tequila, and Effen Vodka amongst others. Her work has been recognized in numerous award shows including the One Show, Art Directors Club, and AICP, and has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, The New York Times, CNBC and the Wall Street Journal. - FCB Chicago
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