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Employment History

Managing Director and Executive Creative Director, OgilvyOne Chicago

Ogilvy & Mather

Senior Job Captain

Architects Orange

Director Comercial

Outside Comunicación

Managing Director and Executive Creative Director

OgilvyOne Worldwide

Director Comercial


Camp Counselor

Multicultural Advertising Internship Program

Managing Director

Tribal DDB

Job Captain


Chief Creative Officer and Co-Managing Director

Leapnet , Inc.

Art Director


Art Director

J. Walter Thompson Company


Founding Member
The Royal Order

Board Member
Chicago Advertising Federation



Graphic Design

School of Fine

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Board of Directors - Chicago Advertising Federation [cached]

David Hernandez Executive Creative Director Ogilvy & Mather

Making of Camp Wandawega in Elkhorn, Wis. - In Other News - Crain's Chicago Business [cached]

Tereasa Surratt, a global creative director in the Chicago office of Ogilvy, and her husband, David Hernandez, an Ogilvy managing director, are the driving force behind Wandawega.

In an era when companies focus money and corporate brainpower on efforts to grow into "lifestyle brands," Surratt and Hernandez have created one in Wandawega virtually by themselves, while holding down full-time advertising jobs.
The pair behind Wandawega, Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez, are
Photo by Bob Coscarelli The pair behind Wandawega, Tereasa Surratt and David Hernandez, are "two giant balls of genius."
In 2004, the Vatican decided to sell the dilapidated 25-acre property, which Hernandez had grown up visiting during the 1960s and '70s. The couple bought the whole thing-crumbling cabins, outdoor church pews and all-for a bit more than $400,000.
Hernandez, 49, had the historical connections to Wandawega, but Surratt has taken aesthetic charge.
For the first handful of years, Surratt and Hernandez opened Wandawega only to family, friends and friends of friends.
"Tereasa and David have brushed the dust off a once-thriving . . . camp.

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David Hernandez

David Hernandez
David Hernandez MAIP 1988 Managing Director / Executive Creative Director
David's career spans large agencies, creative boutiques and Internet firms, affording him a wealth of cross-media experience. He has been privileged to serve many of the world's leading brands including Allstate, Patagonia, Unilever, BP, Nike, Firefox, Kimberly-Clark, SC Johnson, Kohler, Morningstar, American Airlines, Anheuser-Busch, Miller Brewing Company, McDonald's, Sears, Wal-Mart, and Microsoft.
David is honored that his work in television, print, radio, outdoor, interactive, film, and direct has been recognized by industry award shows and publications, including The One Show, The San Francisco Show, SXSW, The Wall Street Journal, The Chicago Show, The New York and Chicago International Film Festivals, Print, The DMA International Echo Awards, and Communication Arts, among others.
David was Chief Creative Officer and Co-Managing Director at Leapnet, where he helped guide the firm's growth as it transformed from a small traditional creative boutique (The Leap Partnership) into a full-service integrated marketing communications company with over 400 employees. Leapnet was named one of the Top 25 Places To Work in Chicago by Chicago Magazine.
David also founded digital boutique The Royal Order of Experience Design, focused on bringing high-end brands - such as Kohler, Patagonia, Ann Sacks, Wolf and Sub-Zero - to life online.
At Tribal DDB, DDB, and J. Walter Thompson, David worked on many of those agency's most prestigious accounts including Bud Light, Busch Gardens, Wrigley, Kellogg's, Kraft, Gerber, Wilson Sporting Goods, Frito-Lay and 7-11.
David Hernandez, 1988 MAIP Alum • View on Flickr

MEDFORD FIRE » Division Personnel [cached]

Captain James Pacheco Captain Dave Hernandez

Dynamic Logic Inc. Online Research Blog » People On The Move [cached]

Tribal DDB Worldwide named DAVID HERNANDEZ to the dual role of managing director and executive creative director for the Chicago office. Hernandez joins Tribal DDB from OgilvyOne, Chicago, where he was senior partner, executive creative director.

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