NZ agency executive Joanna Gray is returning to Sydney from Ogilvy & Mather Auckland to join 303 MullenLowe as its new client service director and managing partner, according to Aussie site Campaign Brief.
She joins the agency in mid-June and replaces Tony Dunseath who is joining the agency’s client, TK Maxx.
303 MullenLowe ceo Nick Cleaver said: “Jo is an experienced agency executive with a depth of experience and a restless drive to produce great ideas and sell great work, which makes her an exciting addition to our leadership team.”
A native New Zealander, Gray established her career at Mojo before joining Colenso BBDO where she worked for three years leading several award-winning campaigns. She moved to Sydney seven years ago to lead a large client portfolio at Host before joining The Works, where she was initially head of client service and later general manager.
She helped lead the agency’s successful pitch for Optus and stayed with the agency for three years before moving home to New Zealand.
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