WPP’s Greg “Sparrow” Graham has been seconded to the AANA as project director as the association continues its hunt for a new CEO following Sunita Gloster’s surprise move to Network Ten.
Graham’s role is only temporary and begins on July 3 and is planned to run until the end of 2017.
Graham has revealed to B&T that he has no interest in anything full time with AANA and is keen to return to his WPP duties – that include marketing and business development and communications for GroupM – once his secondment is up.
In his new role, Graham will resource the AANA team across its calendar of events, namely its flagship RESET event for members and industry.
He will be supported by the AANA events team and work closely with Lorelle Yee, the GM of marketing.
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