The Addition of Industry Veteran Bolsters Anagram’s Market-Leading Programmatic Capabilities
Anagram — a digital media agency built for the modern marketing era, and part of the ispDigital group of digital marketing technology companies — announced the hiring of Jenna Umbrianna Gino as Chief Client Officer. In her new role, she will be responsible for the design, development, and management of the company’s customer experience delivery capabilities, as well as serve as executive-in-charge of client services.
Jenna brings a wealth of experience from all facets of the industry to Anagram, having worked at both globally recognized brands and large advertising agencies. Active at the intersection of marketing and technology for a decade, she’s one of only a handful of industry executives who have managed the design, launch and operation of two successful programmatic trading desks — first at Hill Holliday, a unit of IPG, and then at Affiperf, a division of Havas. Both IPG and Havas are among the leading five advertising agencies in the world. “I’m thrilled to be joining Anagram,” says Jenna, adding, “I’m excited about the company’s strategic direction of meeting the marketing demands of the modern era. I appreciate how its leadership embraces fully transparent client communication strategies and has created a company culture that facilitates recruitment of top talent.”
Joe Zawadzki, CEO and Founder of programmatic industry leader MediaMath, remarked, “I, and all of us at MediaMath, have been fortunate to work with Jenna for the past decade. We are excited for Jenna, for Anagram, and for the industry. Her ability to not only envision a better world for marketing, but to drive teams, clients, and partners toward that vision and ideal state is a rare and deeply needed gift.”
Before joining Anagram, Jenna served as Partner and Research Director at Invisible Science, a research and advisory firm focused exclusively on programmatic marketing. Previously, she was Senior Vice President and General Manager at Havas — one of the world’s largest advertising agencies — where she managed programmatic strategy and trading activities across the North American client roster. Jenna has also held a variety of marketing and advertising roles at Hill Holliday, a top 20 agency in the US and part of the IPG network.
“We’re very fortunate to be adding Jenna to the executive team,” says Adam Cahill, Founder and CEO of Anagram. “Her addition immediately strengthens our client strategy and service capabilities. Jenna is one of the pioneers in the programmatic industry, and we know our clients will enjoy more success with her on board.”
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