Independent Agency Kimberlin Education Announces New Appointments

Independent Agency Kimberlin Education Announces New Appointments

Kimberlin Education has bolstered its Account Service team with the appointment of two recent new hires.

Gayle Kirkbride has joined the team as Client Service Manager and brings some 20 years’ experience from both the UK and Australian markets to the team having worked across a broad range of industries including automotive, retail, government and FMCG at credible agencies including Saatchi’s UK, Jack Watts Currie and Elevencom.

Gayle will manage the Kimberlin Education account service teams including newcomer Madeleine Huxley who has joined the team as Account Co-ordinator.

Other new faces to the Kimberlin team include Lisa Cocks as Senior Education Manager with over 16 years’ teaching experience in the Primary public and private sectors as well as tutoring and teaching in Universities.

Katey Street has also joined the team as Education Manager with experience in Australia and the UK as an Early Years Curriculum Consultant, Pre and Primary school teacher and Grant Hanrahan joins the in-house tech team as Junior Developer after studying via General Assembly.

The agency has also recently promoted internally Brice Thomas to digital lead.

Brice has been with the agency for over four years and now steps up into a leadership role overseeing the digital and creative teams for Kimberlin Education.

Managing director Kylie Green said: “We have made a conscious decision to hire results-driven, highly innovative and creatively minded professionals that embody our agency culture and these recent hires and promotions reflect our vision to be the leader in connecting the classroom to real-life learning.”

The recent new hires and promotions are part of Kimberlin’s aggressive strategy for growth and market expansion plans.

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