Leo Burnett Melbourne has promoted Nicole Ross to head of digital.
Ross was formerly a digital executive producer since joining the agency in 2012. Melinda Geertz, CEO Leo Burnett Melbourne, said: “This appointment is a testament to the strength of Nicole’s expertise and her dynamic leadership qualities, as well as the depth of talent in our business. We are proud to be able to fill the role by promoting from within and congratulate Nicole on her well-deserved promotion.”
Of her appointment, Ross said: “We have an amazing team here in Melbourne, focused on delivering integrated work that is dynamic, data-driven and creative. I’m thrilled to be a part of this incredibly exciting time at the agency, and look forward to continuing the great work we’re doing.”
“Nicole’s passion for technology innovation and her ability to manage digital teams and projects has seen her play a central role in the success of our business. We look forward to taking digital to the next level with Nicole at the helm,” continued Melinda.
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