Cisco: “People in Crisis”

Agency: Goodby Silverstein & Partners

This spot called "People in Crisis," focuses on Cisco's Tactical Operations team and its role in providing mobile technology and communications in humanitarian crises like the refugee situation in Europe. This global campaign sends a powerful message about harnessing technology to overcome the great challenges of the day.

Creative Director: Michelle Dougherty

Executive Producers: Ben Apley, Jon Hassell

Producers: Will Arnold, Fayna Sanchez

Head of Production: Tina Starkweather

Lead Editor: Danielle White

Flame Artist: Rod Basham

Art Director: Dan Meehan

Animators: Carlos Enciso, Jay Kim, Timothy Williams, Gabriel Perez

Designers: Wes Yang, Kris Fortin, Mariah Hourihan

Design Intern: Robert Harrison

Coordinators: Rachel Cohn, Krista Templeton

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