Mike Han is an Account Supervisor at Ogilvy and Mather, one of the largest marketing communications companies in the world. Mike began his five-year tenure at Ogilvy as a member of the Associates program, a highly-competitive rotational training program for recent college graduates. Since then, he's cut his teeth on traditional (and non-traditional) forms of advertising across a wide range of clients including Citizens Bank, Showtime, IBM and Starbucks. Mike graduated from NYU in 2012, majoring in Metropolitan Studies and Social Entrepreneurship. He was heavily involved at school, from giving tours as a campus ambassador to leading service trips to Nicaragua, and it was through these extracurricular activities that an ardor for building communities and helping others find their communities grew within him. Mike has unceasingly brought this passion to Ogilvy, serving as 3-year lead for the Future Marketers Program, a 13 year partnership between Ogilvy, PS123 and PENCIL, whose intention is to immerse young students in the world of Advertising. He currently serves as lead for Ogilvy's Young Professionals Network, which nourishes and enriches the experiences of the company's young marketers through education, networking and social initiatives.

In his spare time, Mike does a lot of yoga, is crossword puzzle fiend (Will Shortz is a personal hero), and is an overbearing helicopter plant-dad (ask him about his succulents). He is originally from Long Island, New York and one day dreams of exploring the world outside of New York State