Disability Sector Expert Joins Headjam’s Creative Team

Disability Sector Expert Joins Headjam’s Creative Team
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Newcastle-based digital creative agency Headjam has added to its team of marketing and branding experts. Breanna Willis has joined the agency as an Account Manager bringing more than six years of expertise creating cut-through strategic marketing campaigns.

Before joining Headjam, Willis spent more than three years with national disability and foster care services provider Lifestyle Solutions. In that time she was instrumental in the brand’s refurbishment and establishment of a strong digital presence as the organisation transformed under the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rollout.

Headjam managing director, Luke Kellett, said that the agency specialised in creative solutions for clients in the education, health, arts and community.

“Breanna’s experience in the disability sector will add great value to our team of 11 designers, digital specialists and client service experts and will enable the agency to better meet the needs of its growing client base,” Kellett said.

Blessed to be working in a job she is genuinely passionate about Breanna is a self-confessed digital marketing generalist who is fascinated by the rapid pace of change in digital technologies. She says everyone can be a practitioner, but no one can truly call themselves an expert because the goal posts are always shifting.

“Digital technologies are widely untapped in the not-for-profit space but it provides organisations with a unique ability to communicate with clients in a much more targeted and strategic way. Under the NDIS this is more important now more than ever and I hope to use my experience in the sector to assist our clients,” said Willis.

Born and raised in Sydney, Willis holds a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communications from Griffith University in Queensland.

Headjam is a Newcastle based creative agency producing design solutions that that seek to stimulate change and produce extraordinary outcomes for clients. Headjam works in 2D, 3D, digital and film mediums to offer a range of design services including graphic design, branding, strategy, project management, advertising, print, web and digital, broadcast and motion graphics and photography.

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