Chief Information Officer
Omnicom Media Group
Kenneth Corriveau is the Chief Information Officer for Omnicom Media Group Worldwide, which encompasses the full service media networks OMD and PHD as well as a number of specialty media communications companies. Ken was appointed to the position in 2006 and is responsible for all computer technology and communication aspects of Omnicom Media Group’s global operations in 80 countries worldwide. Ken has spent his entire career in the advertising industry, beginning as a media coordinator and technologist for a small agency in Massachusetts. Ken moved to New York City in 1996, where he focused his career in Information Technology for DDB Needham Worldwide. In 1999, Ken became the Director of Information Technology for the Tribal DDB network where he focused on establishing a centralized computing infrastructure and evaluating all technology aspects of new acquisitions. In 2002, Ken was asked to head up all information technologies and strategies for Omnicom’s newest venture; OMD, where he successfully orchestrated the creation of a centralized North American IT operations environment. In 2004, Ken assisted in creating a new OMD division called TMV that delivers custom media centric applications for Omnicom Media Group and its clients worldwide. In 2006, Ken became the CIO for Omnicom Media Group. Ken played a key role in bringing the Omnicom Media Group Worldwide technology network together as it exists today and the strategic direction for tomorrow. Born and raised in Nashua, N.H., Ken earned his degree in Marketing and Computer Science at Assumption College in Worcester, MA. Ken has been with the Omnicom family for fifteen years and currently resides in Greenwich, CT with his wife and two kids.