Lisa Fedyszyn, Executive Creative Director from Special Aotearoa and Stephanie Gwee, Creative Director at Wunderman Thompson Australia are among the 70 creatives from across the world named in The One Club for Creativity to serve on the jury for Next Creative Leaders.
Next Creative Leaders is a free global competition recognising women and non-binary creatives on the rise by The One Club for Creativity, the world’s foremost non-profit organisation whose mission is to support and celebrate the global creative community.
Fedyszyn is the Executive Creative Director at Special Aotearoa, a creative agency that has been named Campaign Brief New Zealand Agency of the Year 2022 and Campaign UK Global Creative Agency of the Year 2023.
She has worked across New Zealand, Australian and North American markets including Droga5 New York, DDB Aotearoa, and Colenso BBDO. Her work has been recognised at Cannes, Effies and more.
Fedyszyn was recently named Campaign Asia’s ‘Creative Person Of The Year’.
As Creative Director at Wunderman Thomspon Australia, Gwee is running regional and local accounts across the FMCG, education, government and luxury sectors.
Gwee has been named Singapore’s first-ever Grand Prix winner at The One Show as has been recognised at D&AD, Cannes, Clio, Spikes, Effie, AdStars, Creative Circle Awards, Webby, Mobius, Red Dot.
The competition recognises creatives who are stepping into leadership roles, newly promoted creatives or design directors with less than one year in the role who are doing game-changing work.
Winners are chosen from across the world, with regional winners recognised from Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Middle east/Asia and North America.
Those recognised by Next Creative Leaders will receive a one-year complimentary individual membership with The One Club, with opportunities to participate in future One Club awards juries, and complimentary tickets to a One Club professional development conference ($1,000+ value), panels, and mentorship events.