POSSIBLE Cincinnati Continues to Build Momentum With Key Additions to Leadership Team

POSSIBLE Cincinnati Building Momentum

Our Cincinnati office is proud to announce three strong additions to their leadership team. Tony Desjardins has been promoted to managing director, and Brian LeCount returns to POSSIBLE to head up strategy. Additionally, the team is happy to welcome Adam Kahn as the new executive creative director. Each of these appointments reflects our continued focus on strengthening our capabilities and driving insights for clients, digital innovation, and world-class work. See below for more about these fantastic new members of the POSSIBLE family.


Tony is responsible for directing the vision, long-term stability, and growth of the Cincinnati office. Known as an innovative strategist, Tony fosters a culture of success through encouraging a forward-thinking, collaborative approach to leadership and teamwork. As a business leader, Tony leverages his 25+ years of experience to drive growth, and improve competitive position, quality, and customer service.


Adam oversees the creative teams, focusing on cultivating medium-agnostic ideas and working with creatives to think three-dimensionally. Adam has been creating advertising since 2006. Prior to POSSIBLE, Adam was group creative director at mcgarrybowen, where he had the opportunity to work on campaigns with Lady Gaga, the Beyoncé team at the VMAs, the 2015 Oscars, and most notably the Verizon #socialimprint with Christian Siriano. 


For nearly 20 years, Brian has helped companies, clients, and brands discover what’s proven, what’s new, and what’s next in marketing. Brian leads POSSIBLE Cincinnati’s strategy and insights team of strategic planners, marketing sciences analysts, and media services experts. Prior to his current role, Brian led some of the agency’s largest accounts as vice president, account director. With a passion for insights and breakthrough creative, Brian pushes his teams to deliver ideas that are uniquely interesting to people, and that help clients win disproportionately in their categories.

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