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Hunter Tura


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Hunter is the CEO of The Creative Organization, an award-winning strategic design consultancy, where he is responsible for the firm’s overall strategic direction, creative excellence, and global business development.    


From 2010 to 2019, was the President and Chief Executive Officer of Bruce Mau Design (a member of the Stagwell network of companies) with offices in London, New York, and Toronto.


He is passionate about advancing the power of design to transform systems, environments, and organizations.


Over the course of his career, he has been recognized for building diverse, interdisciplinary organizations that have driven growth, engagement, and awareness for best-in-class brands worldwide. With an emphasis on work that integrates brand strategy, design, and innovation, he has worked with business, culture, and design leaders from organizations such as Marina Bay Sands, Netflix, Muji, Ford Motor Company, Intuit, Pfizer, Audi, Asics, Sonos, Westinghouse, Changi Airport, Heatherwick Studio, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Samsung, GE, Lucid Motors, Unilever, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. 


From 2005 to 2010, Tura was Managing Director at 2x4, Inc., responsible for leading operational and strategic business efforts in the U.S. and China as well as overseeing key client relationships for companies including Prada, Nike, P&G, Chanel and Tiffany & Co. Previously, he was an architectural designer at Rockwell Group in New York where he led design efforts for many projects including the new Greenwich Hotel in New York and the prototype store for Subway. Additionally, he has worked in the office of AMO/Rem Koolhaas where he led brand strategy projects for Harvard University and Condé Nast. 


In addition to his professional endeavours, since 2021 he has served as a “Supermentor” for the Field X / Field Y courses at Harvard Business School, providing insight and counsel to start-up and early-stage companies.


From 2014 to 2017, he was an External Advisor and Guest Lecturer at Designskolen Kolding in Denmark. Additionally, he has served on the design faculty of the University of California and Columbia University and has lectured and served as a guest critic at universities and conferences worldwide.  He serves on the Alumni Council for the Harvard University Graduate School of Design and the Design Council for IE School of Architecture and Design in Madrid. 


Tura was the curator of the Canada Pavilion during the 2018 London Design Biennale, a member of the Presidential Design Awards Jury in Singapore in 2017 and a juror for the 2019 Florence Design Biennale. 


He received his Master of Architecture degree from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design where he completed his thesis under the direction of Rem Koolhaas and has a BA from Haverford College in the Growth and Structure of Cities.


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