Lori Senecal Breaking Molds!

Earning her Bachelor of Commerce in Marketing and Finance back in McGill University, Lori Senecal has gone far in the business world with her unique, quiet personality and all-business all the time type of attitude. She truly is a visionary and has managed to do great things for Crispin since joining the team to make Crispin great again. Lori has really turned things around for the company, bringing them back to relevancy and able to soak up the limelight once again. This woman truly is a business mastermind and it shows in everything she does as well and says which is admittedly not at all surprising considering her extensive and well ornamented history in the business world!

Beginning her career back in 2003 with the company McCann Erickson through to 2007, Lori Senecal since the very beginning has always been on fire with spectacular ideas and surprising methods that always have her pulling up on top. She even went on to become the Global Chief Innovation Officer in the McCann Worldgroup and the almighty visionary President at McCann NY before going on to join the staff at KBS where she slipped into the mix effortlessly as their new President and CEO and later on their Chairman and then Global Executive Chairman as well.

In 2014 when she was at the time the Global Executive Chairman for KBS (Kirshenbaum Bond Senecal + Partners) she also took to a second adventure which put her up as President and CEO of MDC Partners and effortlessly made it clear that she was plenty capable of taking on more than one endeavor at a time and new how to go bold or go home!

Today according to Ad Week, she is the strong leader and pillar of both hard work and structure at CP+B as the company’s Global CEO and she is doing an outstanding job at every aspect of the job!

As a visionary, intellectual, and an admittedly “shy” individual, Lori Senecal has done a fantastic job at proving to people everywhere that you don’t have to fit a perfect mold to succeed in the job you want!

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Read More: https://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/24/business/lori-senecal-on-coaching-when-the-bar-is-high.html?_r=1