|[February 21, 2014]
Wunderman Amps Up American Talent Bench
NEW YORK --(Business Wire)--
offices across the United States are strengthening their teams with a
series of new hires and network transfers. Here's a spotlight on nine
new Wunderfolk brought into the fold:
office took on Dan Miller as group account director. Miller will
oversee a large portion of the agency's work for T-Mobile's (News - Alert) customer
marketing team. He reports to Michael Joseph, VP, client services
Wunderman World Health
Ray Baig joined Wunderman
World Health as group director, project management, from his
previous position at Digitas (News - Alert) Health. In his role leading bot local and
global engagements, he will report to Becky
Chidester, Wunderman World Health president, and Gui Ambros,
director of delivery services.
At its headquarters in New York, Wunderman welcomed Jean Middleton as
associate project manager, Team Citibank. The hire is in conjunction
with the Marcus
Graham Project, a national network to develop more diverse thought
leaders within the advertising, media and marketing industry. Middleton
reports to director of delivery Gui Ambros.
Thanks to its partnership with VCU
Brandcenter, Virginia Commonwealth University's master's program for
marketing communications, Wunderman snagged strategist Nadia Hyder.
Hyder reports to Nelson Freitas, EVP, director of planning, and will
work on brands such as Coca-Cola and United Airlines.
Team United saw more people moves, with Portia Perkins taken on as
account supervisor and Keyla Echevarria as project manager. Perkins was
previously marketing manager at a sustainability loyalty startup while
Echevarria was at Organic, Inc., where she served as associate delivery
manager. Meanwhile, Caroline Boismery moved from Wunderman UK to
Chicago, to supervise the United Airlines account on-site in the Windy
Wunderman also had two freelance conversions: Chris Lehault is now
associate creative director, while Roni Sebastian was promoted to group
creative director for clients such as Novartis.
Advertising Age (News - Alert)�ranks Wunderman as the #1 global digital agency
network. Wunderman is a member of WPP (NASDAQ: WPPGY) and part of Young
& Rubicam Group. For more information: http://www.wunderman.com/.
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