Pead taps three

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AUCKLAND, Today: Pead PR has appointed three new staffers to its integrated communications division. Devin Monajem joins as head of digital engagement, Duncan Killick has been promoted to content & partnerships manager and Apela Bell has been hired as social content producer.

Monajem brings a decade of experience and international insights to Pead’s digital and social media offering,

He has worked at leading communications and marketing agencies in his hometown of Toronto, with clients spanning technology, finance and FMCG sectors. As well as expertise in a suite of essential digital platforms, Monajem holds a MSc in organisational change management, and bachelors degrees in political science and Spanish.

All three report to Kelly Grindle, who has returned in the new role of integrated strategy director, after 10-years in London.”

Bell has made a name for himself as a prolific fashion and beauty photographer in Auckland. He has shot for local and international media outlets including Miss FQ, Verve, Remix, Black, Nylon and Glamour, as well as commercial work with brands such as TVNZ and The Shelter.

Killick will oversee larger-scale content productions and strategic partnerships to compliment the in-house abilities offered by the agency.

All three report to Kelly Grindle who was recently returned to Pead after a 10-year stint in London, where he has assumed the newly created role of director of integrated strategy.

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