An Interview with Nick Sugai, ANA Educational Foundation Talent Champion

As a VP, Group Campaign Development at the Ad Council, Nick Sugai leads purpose-driven marketing for a number our campaigns, including Type 2 Diabetes Prevention, High Blood Pressure Control and most recently, our COVID-19 Vaccine Educational Effort. He’s also a member of our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council and founded our Ambassadors program aimed at building relationships with a more diverse array of college students. On December 10, we’re proud to say that he’ll be honored by the ANA Educational Fund as a 2020 Talent Champion, an award meant to highlight those in the advertising industry who have “worked tirelessly to create richer and more diverse talent pipelines for the benefit of all our organizations.”

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As a VP, Group Campaign Development at the Ad Council, Nick Sugai leads purpose-driven marketing for a number our campaigns, including Type 2 Diabetes Prevention, High Blood Pressure Control and most recently, our COVID-19 Vaccine Educational Effort. He’s also a member of our Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Council and founded our Ambassadors program aimed at building relationships with a more diverse array of college students. On December 10, we’re proud to say that he’ll be honored by the ANA Educational Fund as a 2020 Talent Champion, an award meant to highlight those in the advertising industry who have “worked tirelessly to create richer and more diverse talent pipelines for the benefit of all our organizations.”

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