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Jack Morton grows core team with three senior hires

Dina Green
Global brand experience agency Jack Morton Worldwide has announced three key senior hires within the agency’s core areas of client relationships and creative.  Dina Green is appointed as VP, business director and Andrew Thomas and Nate Thompson are appointed as creative directors.  The appointments are effective immediately. 

Dina Green joins Jack Morton with nearly fifteen years of senior-level industry experience.  From building her own successful agency, Dina went on to hold client and agency-side senior management roles.  These roles have included managing director at inVNT, head of live at gyro and director of group events at Barclays PLC.  

With nearly 20 years’ experience in the industry, Andrew has held senior creative roles at a number of agencies including Fold 7, Lowe, Pentland and Cheil.  During this period he has worked with many leading brands including BMW, Range Rover, Coca Cola, Microsoft, Pepsi, Nike, Hugo Boss and XBOX.  

Originally joining Jack Morton’s creative team in 2013, Nate has now been promoted to the role of creative director. During his time at Jack Morton, he has worked with many of the agency’s clients including Wella and Samsung. Prior to joining the agency, Nate worked with a diverse range of brands including Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Jamie Oliver, Royal Bank of Scotland, Telefonica and Topshop.  

Mike Kunheim, Managing Director, Jack Morton Worldwide, commented: “Client relationships and brave creative are at the heart of everything we believe in at Jack Morton, so these key appointments are a great boon to us and our clients.  We’re super excited to both inject fresh talent and to grow our talent from within as we drive forward in our vision to create extraordinary experiences.” 

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