Jezz Chung is a NYC-based creative, writer, and diversity/equity/inclusion practitioner with a career in advertising spanning across multiple disciplines.
Jezz started her career in account management at Apple’s LA-based agency of record Media Arts Lab, where she helped launch TV, print, outdoor, and digital campaigns for iPhone, iPad, and Mac in over 20 markets around the world. After a series of fortunate events that began with a Beyoncé music video remake shot on her iPhone, Jezz shifted her role into the creative space as a copywriter. She went on to create work for the Cannes Grand Prix-winning Shot on iPhone campaign, including the “Human Family” film that premiered during the opening ceremony of the 2016 Summer Olympics. After creating campaigns for iPad Pro, Apple Watch, Apple Music, YouTube, Sonos, and Sally Hansen, Jezz pivoted into the talent space as Anomaly’s first ever Diversity & Engagement Lead. At the NYC headquarters, she leads agency efforts to innovate the practice of inclusion through educational initiatives, professional development, and partnerships.
As an alumn of the AAF’s Most Promising Multicultural Students Program, 4A’s Multicultural Advertising Intern Program, and ADCOLOR’s Futures program, Jezz is committed to connecting with and growing diverse communities within the creative industries.
She’s been recognized by the AAF, the 4A’s, ADCOLOR, The Drum, and HP as a rising talent in her field. In 2017, she was honored with the title of Ms. Adcolor and in 2019, she received a Rising Star award from the AAF.
Aside from her advertising career, Jezz has been training in hip hop, street jazz, and jazz funk dance styles for over a decade. You can find her shimmying on top of a taxi in a Little Mix music video or occasionally recreating Beyoncé moves on her Instagram Story.