Two new Canadian Cannes jury members announced

Kiip's founder Brian Wong joins the Innovation jury, while Taxi's Frazer Jelleyman joins the Cyber panel.

The Globe and Mail announced some additional and changed jury members headed to Cannes this year. After Jordan Doucette’s announced move to Edelman, she’s been replaced on the Cyber jury by Frazer Jelleyman, executive creative officer at Taxi. He’ll also be joined by Brian Wong, founder of Kiip, who will sit on the Innovation jury. Wong is a Canadian expat currently based out of San Francisco who launched the mobile couponing system that rewards smartphone users for playing games, and has worked with brands including Pepsico and Sears. This is the second shift in jury members, after the addition of Grip partner Randy Stein and Juniper Park’s ECD Barry Quinn to the Branded Content and Design juries, respectively. The complete list includes:

Cyber: Frazer Jelleyman, executive creative officer, Taxi

Film: Lance Martin, ECD and partner, Union

Promo & Activation: Lisa Greenberg, SVP CD, head of art, Leo Burnett

Direct: Roehl Sanchez, EVP, CCO, Bimm

Radio: Tom Eymundson, partner and director, Pirate Toronto

Media: Karine Courtemanche, president of Touché! PHD

Design: Barry Quinn, ECD, Juniper Park

Branded Content: Randy Stein, partner, Grip

Innovation: Brian Wong, founder, Kiip