Rodrigo Jatene is Co-president & Chief Creative Officer of Grey Brazil, and member of the Grey Global Creative Council.
In the three years under his leadership, the agency became the 2nd most creative office of Grey Group, and the most innovative agency in Brazil according to Cannes Lions' Global Creativity Report for two years in a row (2016-2017).
Throughout his career, he has won 41 Lions at Cannes, 2 Bullets from Gunn Report and more than 30 Grand-Prix at festivals like Andy Awards, Effie Awards, New York Festivals, El Ojo de Iberoamerica, Wave Festival, FIAP, CCSP and AdStars, plus numerous medals in all the most important festivals around the globe, including D&Ad, OneShow, Clio and London International Awards. His campaigns also figure amongst the most awarded work in Gunn Report, AdAge's Award Report and Directory Big Won Rankings.
He is also one of the very few people in the industry who have managed to achieve the 'Holy Grail' - a Cannes Gold Lion followed by a Gold Effie for the same project - for 3 times: "The Colour of Corruption" in 2017, "Bentley Burial" in 2014 and "My Blood is Red & Black" in 2013.
With over 18 years of experience, he has created campaigns for brands of almost every industry, working in agencies like Leo Burnett Tailor Made, Wunderman Brazil, McCann Erickson Madrid, DM9DDB, AgênciaClick, and EURO RSCG.
Over these years, he also had the honor to serve as jury member at festivals as Cannes Lions, Andy Awards, New York Festivals, El Ojo de Iberoamerica, Wave Festival, CCSP, among others.
Jatene has 2 sons, a lovely wife and when not working, he can be found at Vila Belmiro Stadium, cheering passionately for Santos F.C.