Johnson to retire from Grey Vancouver
By Adnews Staff
Tim Johnson has announced his retirement as president of Grey Vancouver. He has led the agency for 27 years. The transition period began 18 months ago when Maria Kennedy was appointed to the position of managing director of the agency. More recently, Neil McPhedran was named general manager of the firm. He was most recently managing director of Tribal DDB in Toronto.
"My career at Grey has been nothing short of inspiring," said Johnson. "I'm fortunate to have worked with some of the most incredible minds in the industry, both at the agency and through client relationships. It's hard to imagine I won't be stepping into the office anymore, but I look forward to the next chapter in my life and whatever surprises await."