Chief Creative Officer
Saatchi & Saatchi, USA
Jason Schragger is Chief Creative Officer at Saatchi & Saatchi, overseeing offices in Los Angeles and Dallas. Born in Zimbabwe, Jason immigrated to Australia where he lived until 1998 and then moved to Singapore, followed by Amsterdam, and Berlin.
His life experience has helped him oversee the Toyota T2 effort to unite 4 agencies of different cultural backgrounds. These agencies include specialists in the African American, Hispanic and Asian American markets.
He is also leading the efforts for Toyota’s Global Olympics and Paralympics assignment, fostering a close partnership with Dentsu Tokyo.
Jason has been in a position of creative leadership since the age of 27, when he was one of the youngest Executive Creative Directors, ever, in the Lowe and Partners network. At the time, Lowe was ranked 14th in Singapore, and within 18 months, under his direction, became number one in the agency rankings - winning “Agency of the Year,” in both the creative trade press and the business trade press.
Prior to joining Saatchi, Jason was a Global Creative Director at TBWA\Chiat\Day, overseeing the Nissan United account.
Throughout his career, Jason created campaigns for clients, including, Levi’s Japan, IKEA, garnering a Cannes Gold Lion, launched the first, ever ad for HSBC, “The World’s Local Bank” and launched adidas’ first new category of football boots in over 10 years. He even made Roberto Baggio miss his infamous penalty, costing Italy the World Cup, in a commercial for Johnnie Walker.
A dad of two, Jason currently resides in Los Angeles with his family.