Chloe Gilchrist has been appointed as head of operations of Whybin\TBWA Sydney. Gilchrist joins from JWT Sydney where she was operations director for three years.
Chloe will be on the leadership team at Whybin\TBWA Sydney, responsible for end to end delivery across the business.
Nitsa Lotus, managing director of Whybin\TBWA Sydney said, “Chloe Gilchrist is just stand out, world-class talent – she has great energy and an infectious passion for the business.
“Her exceptional multi-channel experience and commercial smarts make her quite unique – I know she’ll have a big impact in how we shape the agency’s future.”
Gilchrist said, “It’s a huge honour to join the Whybin\TBWA at such an important stage of its evolution. I’m thrilled to come aboard, to work with such industry leaders and to help shape the agency’s future.
“I’m confident that our partnership, experience and shared vision will help the agency to flourish.”
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