Chief Strategic Officer, New York
Conner Huber, chief strategy officer at mcgarrybowen, is passionate about strategy that leads to transformative creative ideas. That passion has helped create iconic work like the Nike Olympics “Find Your Greatness” campaign and the first-ever global strategy for Chevrolet “Find New Roads”.
After growing up in a small town in Wisconsin, Conner has lived and worked in Minneapolis, Boston, Boulder, Portland and Detroit. She now works in Manhattan, but calls Brooklyn home.
Conner started her career, a wide-eyed English Lit grad, as a planner at Fallon. She has been lucky enough to spend her career surrounded by some of the best creative minds in the business. Prior to mcgarrybowen, Conner was a strategist at Ming MING Utility and Entertainment. She also led strategy at the New York outpost of Goodby, Silverstein and Partners. She has also held positions at Wieden and Kennedy, Crispin, Porter + Bogusky, Modernista and at Commonwealth//McCann.
With a curious nature and passion for problem solving as the constant, Conner has worked on a wide range of clients: global, household names to hungry start-ups. From Burger King to The New York Post, Comcast to The Gates Foundation, Conner has found that regardless of category or size, all brands benefit from a strong strategic foundation.
Conner loves coming in to work because of the brilliant, creative people she gets to work with every day. If you don’t find her at mcgarrybowen, she’s probably running around after her troublemaker daughter and son, with her equally troublemaker partner, Matt.