International Board of Directors

Jureeporn Thaidumrong

Creative Chairperson, CCO

Jureeporn Thaidumrong, affectionately known as 11Judee", is one of the most awarded creative leaders in the industry. In 30++ years of her illustrious career, Judee has become one of the most influential figures in advertising world.

In 2005, Judee opened her own shop 11JEH United". During this tenure, she created many multiĀ­ awarded work, including Smooth-E 11Love Story11 mini-series, Sylvania "Picnic" and the controversial "Sorry Thailand" film that reflected the nation's political turmoil in 2010. In 2006, Judee was named Creative of the Year by Hong Kong's Media Marketing Magazine and ranked #1 in Campaign Brief Asia as the Hottest Creative in Asia and Campaign's Asia Creative Person of the Year.

In 2015, the renowned independent shop JEH United was acquired by the WPP Network. Since then, GREYnJ UNITED has given birth to several famously effective campaigns for big local and international brands such as KBank, Pantene, Burger King, Thai Post, and more.

Judee was named "2018 Southeast Asia Creative Person of the Year" by Campaign Asia and ranked #1 in Campaign Brief's poll of Asia's Creative Director of the Year 2018. She was honoured with the Hall of Fame from Bangkok Art Directors Association - a coveted title which has not been given out to anyone for the past 9 years and was named Lotus Legend at Asia Pacific Adfest 2019. She was also selected into 2019 Adweek's Creative 100 and counted as 1 in 13 influential Global Creative Leaders from Ad Industry.

Judee is also a lover and advocate for animals and nature. She's currently hosting 100++ homeless cats in Bangkok and working on her own funding to build the 1Cat Republic Planetā€¢ to help stray cats in the big city. She1s also a real activist for climate change, She is the founder and funding for a big reforestation and sustainable community-building project "Mae Wang Project" in Chiang Mai, north of Thailand since 2016. She already planted 15,000 forest trees, 58 species and protecting them from the wildfire every year.




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