Which Canadians will judge this year’s CLIOs?

Jane Murray (pictured) and four others are part of this year's juries to award international ad work.

After it was announced last month that Helen Pak, president and CCO at Havas Worldwide Canada, would be chair of the innovative and integrated campaign jury at the 2015 CLIO Awards, four other Canadian creative leads will now join her in deciding some of the year’s top ad work.

Jane Murray, ECD at Lowe Roche, is on the print and out-of-home jury, while Christina Yu, EVP and ECD at Red Urban, is on the branded content and entertainment jury. Claude Auchu, VP and CD at Lg2‘s design and branding shop Lg2boutique, is on the design jury and Jordan Doucette, ECD at Edelman, is on the public relations jury.

While this is not the first time someone at Lg2 has sat on a CLIO jury, it is a first for its design shop.

“Being named to a CLIO jury means the contribution and value of lg2boutique’s work is recognized internationally,” Auchu said in a release. “I’ll have the chance to collaborate with the best graphic designers in the world. It’s going to be a terrific learning experience.”

The number of Canadian advertisers on CLIO juries is up from two last year, when Judy John, CEO and CCO at Leo Burnett, chaired the direct and engagement jury and Brent Choi, chief creative and integration officer at JWT, sat on the digital and digtial technique jury.

The deadline for entries is May 15 and the awards will be held at a ceremony in New York on Sept. 30.