David Selby named recipient of the Chicago Advertising Federation 2014 Silver Medal Award

The Chicago Advertising Federation (CAF) is pleased to announce David Selby, President, Managing Partner, SCC, as recipient of their 2014 Silver Medal Award. The CAF Silver Medal Award honors a distinguished member of the Chicago advertising community for his/her contributions and accomplishments.
The 2014  Silver Medal Award Luncheon was held at The Montgomery Club in Chicago on Thursday, January 22, 2015 to honor David Selby. Photo highlights are below, click here to view the online gallery. 

About David Selby

David Selby is the President, Managing Partner of SCC, Chicago's top independent mid-sized advertising agency. He is an accomplished consumer and retail marketing and advertising executive who previously served as the Chief Marketing Officer for two companies - Sears, Roebuck and Co. and Potbelly Sandwich Works.
Prior to these roles, Mr. Selby spent over 18 years with The Leo Burnett Company, where he led several major accounts, including McDonald's, Walt Disney and Miller Brewing. He also served as an Executive Director and Co-Leader of the Marketing Officers Practice for the global executive search firm Russell Reynolds Associates.
Mr. Selby is an expert brand strategist and marketer and has helped build some of the world's most powerful brands. He serves on the Executive Committee of the YMCA of Metropolitan Chicago, one of the Midwest's largest not-for-profit human service providers, and is also on the Board of Gilda's Club Chicago. Mr. Selby holds a B.A. from Amherst College and an MBA from Northwestern University's Kellogg Graduate School of Management.



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