DC is pleased to announce the arrival of Noël Johnson as our first director of marketing and client engagement. Noël’s here to help us secure and onboard new clients, but also to continue engaging over time as a true client advocate. Her hybrid role offers clients additional senior leadership involvement as part of DC’s commitment to building close, productive long-term relationships with clients. Our CEO Andy explains it this way:
“Noël’s addition to our leadership team reflects our ambition to reach the next level as an agency. For us, the next level is about much more than a larger team and larger revenues – it’s about intentionally establishing and building client partnerships that are based on a shared desire to use creativity to impact business, culture and even social change. I think every successful independent shop reaches a point when you shift from organic growth to a more purposeful approach that reflects your creative aspirations.”
Noël joins us after helping build startup agency Most Likely To into a fast-growing boutique as partner and head of client services. She previously spent three years as Group Account Director at MH VCCP (formerly Muhtazik|Hoffer), where she led HP, SoFi, OXO and AAA accounts at a time when the agency doubled in size. She helmed the new business effort that won the SoFi business and oversaw the brand’s national launch during the Super Bowl.
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