Omid Farhang
Omid Farhang is the Founder of Majority, an Atlanta-based creative agency co-founded with Shaquille O’Neal in 2021 – built on the thesis that diversity is the ultimate competitive advantage for cultural disruption. The agency’s debut work,“Vax That Thang Up” for dating app BLK, earned 6.8 billion media impressions. Omid is also the creator of the Talking to Ourselves podcast, a deep-dive on creativity and leadership with the marketing industry’s greatest minds, including Ryan Reynolds, David Droga, Cindy Gallop and Fernando Machado. Omid started at Crispin Porter+Bogusky, where he became the youngest Creative Director in company history. He went on to Creative Artists Agency (CAA), where he specialized in branded entertainment. Most recently, he served as Chief Creative Officer at Momentum Worldwide (McCann Worldgroup). In 2016, Omid was named to Ad Age’s 40 Under 40. His work has been featured by most every prominent media outlet in the world. In 2019, he won Grand Prix at Cannes (Industry Craft) for the Nike activation “The Church.”