Dan Wieden Net worth: $3 million
Dan Wieden has an estimated net worth of $3 million. Dan Wieden was an American advertising executive who co-founded Wieden+Kennedy and popularized the Nike catchphrase “Just Do It.”
Dan Wieden Biography
Dan Wieden, the creative guru, and gifted manager who built what is arguably the world’s most famous ad agency, died on Friday, September 30, 2022, at the age of 77.
Wieden founded Wieden+Kennedy with his late partner David Kennedy, which grew to become the world’s largest independent advertising agency. It was best known for its work on the Nike account, where it consistently created messages that became ingrained in the public consciousness.
Wieden and David Kennedy were ranked 22nd on Advertising Age’s list of the 100 most influential advertising figures of the twentieth century. Inc. magazine named him one of America’s 25 most intriguing entrepreneurs.
Wieden has been named Oregon’s Professional of the Year, Entrepreneur of the Year, one of Time magazine’s 50 CyberElite, and one of 32 members of the One Club Creative Hall of Fame.
Wieden founded Caldera, a nonprofit arts education organization and at-risk youth camp in Sisters, Oregon. He was inducted into the University of Oregon’s Hall of Achievement in 1999.
Dan Wieden Wife
He married Priscilla Bernard in 2012 after his first wife died in 2008. Wieden died on September 30, 2022, at the age of 77, in Portland, Oregon.