Thinkerbell on a wave of hiring for senior talent
Thinkerbell has announced a long list of new senior hires and a major promotion.
Grant Anderson was promoted to Chief Handyman of National Production, working in Thinkerbell North and South, and taking control of all production departments.
He also takes control of The Little Green Book, Thinkerbell’s system for keeping and managing production and delivery staff.
The new recruits are:
Shannon Crowe – Creative handyman chef. While at Clemenger BBDO, she developed Snickers Hungerithm, before branching out to work independently with clients, agencies and technology companies around the world.
Crowe: “I wasted too much time against Thinkerbell to remember it. I can’t beat them, join them!
Nicolas buckingham – Head Creative Tinker, Lion: Back in Australia from the United States where he was the group’s creative director at David & Goliath. There he was best known for his work on the Grammys, Intel, and Fruit of the Loom.
Buckingham: “I love beer and I love what Thinkerbell does, so it should be fun. “
Krystel jenkins (née Houghton) – Group Head Thinker: 15 years of experience, most recently at CX Lavender, where she was an entrepreneur within the Westpac group.
Jenkins “It is a pure pleasure to join the impressive Thinkerbell team. We look forward to living and creating many magical moments for our Clients and our clients. “
Josh gurgiel – Head Media Thinker: He joined oOh! Media where he was responsible for strategic client solutions.
He also spent time at Carat and OMD, working for several major film distribution clients.
Gurgiel: “One of the reasons I joined Thinkerbell was that I wanted to work at a very creative agency that takes media and measurement seriously. “
Anjana Khallouf – National Head Earned and Owned Thinker: a public relations, content and social expert with a trans-Tasman background. Most recently, Director of OMD Create, where she was responsible for creating and leading the social, public relations, content and partnership division of OMD Melbourne.
Khallouf: “The highlights of my career have always resulted from real collaboration with our creative partners, not us against them, so when I realized that was the magic of the Thinkerbell model and that they were the best public relations agency from Australia for the second year running, I felt like this was the only place I could be.
CEO Margie Reid: “We are delighted to welcome such an experienced and valued group of individuals to the family. “
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