Camp + King Appoints Five to Junior Partners
Ad agency Camp + King is promoting three women and two men to junior partners, Partner and CEO Jamie King announced today.
The junior partner designations recognize the role these individuals played during a recent growth spurt and acknowledge that they will help the agency ascend to the next level. Camp + King has picked up several new accounts in the past six months: RE/MAX (brand and social AOR), Energizer/ Eveready (global AOR) and UGG for Men.
“I am really proud of what they have achieved individually and collectively and look forward to collaborating with them to lead our agency into the future,” King said.
The appointees are as follows:
Anne Saulnier, Director of Talent and Operations, has been in the ad game for over 30 years and applies her invaluable experience to C+K in that role. She’s held all kinds of positions in the industry, from account management to line producing to Director of Creative Operations. Anne joined Camp + King three years ago. Her keen instincts, strong relationships with top talent, and honesty are instrumental in enabling Camp + King to function.
Emily Dillow, Brand Director, has a decade of account management experience working with clients big and small at Publicis & Hal Riney where she got her start, and at Camp + King where, as employee number one, she’s risen to Brand Director. These brands have included Walmart, Capital One, Google, RE/MAX, YouTube, and more.
Jesse Dillow, Creative Director, has more than a decade of web, film and branded content experience. His work has won numerous awards, including Cannes Lions, Clios and the One Show. Jesse joined Camp + King last year, partnering with Rikesh Lal and was instrumental in their wins of RE/MAX, Energizer and UGG.
Rikesh Lal, Creative Director, whose work has garnered numerous awards from the One Show, London International Awards, Graphis and Cannes. Rikesh was Camp + King’s first creative hire and has functioned as a key lieutenant to Roger Camp and partner to Jesse.
Stacy McClain, Director of Content Production, has produced award-winning work for just about every kind of agency. She produced some of the first Got Milk? and Foster Farms Chicken campaigns at Goodby Silverstein & Partners. Later, she joined Black Rocket as Director of Broadcast, where she produced the first Yahoo spots. As a freelancer, she’s done commercials for the likes of MINI, AT&T, Visa and Priceline.
“Because of Emily, Rikesh, Jesse, Anne and Stacy, we've been able to win competitive pitches against some of the best agencies in the world, service large global brands and do incredible work,” Partner/CCO Camp said. “Jamie and I are damn lucky to be able to surround ourselves with this level of talent.”