Jamie Leo brings a breadth of disciplines to The London Fund, having led successful national branding and campaigns for agencies, boutique design houses, universities, and advocacy organizations. His award-winning, cross-channel storytelling (via his writing and design competencies) include award-winning work for IBM, GE Medical, P&G, Wolters Kluwer, solo sciences, and Scholastic, among others. He's led national aspirational campaigns for The American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, Farm Aid, Green Sports Alliance, and Green Maps System. Jamie speaks and presents at national conferences, including Creativity Week, The State of Now, and SxSW; he is a design adjudicator, hackathon winner (Stanford, NYU) and has written for the Huffington Post, OUT, and other publications. Jamie is an Edward Albee Writing Fellow, as well as writer for an award-winning campaign for New York City's recycling program. A key designer for the international phenomenon, “Rent” as well as his scandalously funny work in Spy Magazine. His new theatrical work “'68” received excellent reviews in its premier workshop production. His fine art has shown in NY and international galleries, as well as Art Basel Miami.