Health & Wellness Lions

The Health & Wellness Lions celebrate creativity for personal wellbeing.

Communications entered here will need to demonstrate an inspired approach to consumer healthcare; that is exceptionally engaging work which promotes non-prescription products and services, publically educates to allow self-diagnosis or facilitates pro-active personal care. All work entered in Health and Wellness has been created specifically for or by a health and personal wellbeing related brand / service. All entries must be evidence based and adhere to our principle of life changing creativity.

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Health & Wellness Lions Jury
Full jury announced in 2019

Shaheed Peera President

Executive Creative Director, Publicis LifeBrands, Publicis Resolute and Real Science

In 2011 Shaheed joined Publicis LifeBrands as Executive Creative Director. The youngest ever at 31 years of age.

His highlights at Publicis (so far) have been:

Helped PLB to have the agencies work celebrated at the world’s most prestigious consumer award shows - Cannes Lions, D&AD, Campaign BIG Awards, LeBook & Creative Circle (first healthcare agency in 68 years to win).

He founded ‘The Lab - A place for bright sparks’. An industry first initiative to help find talent (without a CV) into Publicis Health UK agencies.

Shaheed has had the agencies work celebrated at No.10 and No.11 Downing Street.

In his spare time he mentors various advertising schools and charities in London.

He is also Founder of The Creative Floor Healthcare Awards. Which in 5 years has raised over £65,000.000 to help underprivileged talent and diversity into health and wellness communication agencies across the world.

Past winners of the Health & Wellness Lions

Nature Represented

2018 · JOHN X HANNES for Montefiore


115,000 Americans are currently waiting for a life-saving organ transplant. Although 98% support organ donation, only 1 in 5 New Yorkers is a donor. Considering these statistics, how do you get young people to register as organ donors? You make them feel something—then make it easy to become part of the solution. Montefiore Hospital, founded in New York in 1884 on the belief that all human life is worth fighting for, saw an opportunity: move people to action through the power of film. By creating a compelling piece of entertainment, we connected a younger audience to the importance of organ donation, then made it easy for them to become part of the solution through interactive mobile technology.


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