Sling & Stone have revealed their latest string of promotions and senior strategic appointments.
The changes see Brad Tubb move to head of client services, Hannah Jackson to creative consultant and Jackie Levett to account director, government relations.
Fran Chitosriski joins as account director / human resources manager, Australia, and Clementine Crowther returns as marketing communications manager, Australia & New Zealand.
Tubb has been with the agency for a year, while Jackson joined Sling & Stone almost two years ago.
Levett has spent her time in media across shows like Sunrise, Ten Eyewitness News and Meet the Press, before moving into politics and working with the Department of Education of Training, Department of Health, AusAID and NSW Ambulance.
Chitoriski previously headed PR programs for Facebook, ING and the London Business School.
Crowther is returning to Sling & Stone after a year off, moving into a new role that will see her promote the business’ work.
Sling & Stone global general manager Kya de Rome said: “We truly believe in investing in people and helping them realise their potential.
“To us, creating roles that allow our talented team to play to their strengths, pursue their long term career aspirations and take ownership over areas of our business they’re passionate about, is an integral part of who we are.
“By bolstering our client, operations and creative teams, we’re also able to deliver a bolder and more integrated service that aligns to the unique needs of the brands we work with.
“We’ve kicked off 2019 with a bang, our global footprint is expanding everyday and as an agency, we’re incredibly excited for what tomorrow looks like”.
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