BOSTON, Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Lehman Millet Incorporated, the leading medical device, diagnostics and specialty pharmaceutical agency, announces the appointment of key hires into its strategy, account planning, account services and creative teams. The agency attributes this steady staff expansion to client growth from both existing accounts as well as new business assignments.
Lee Stayton joins LehmanMillet as Interactive Strategist. A seasoned internet professional with experience building, maximizing and improving web applications and software, Lee will work with clients to develop online programs designed to deepen end-user relationships with the brand. Lee's industry tenure has included working at Boston companies such as Artmedialab International LLC, VPG Integrated Media Inc., MediaMap Inc., LumaPath and Pearson Education. Lee earned his Bachelor of Science from the University of Washington, Seattle and is a current member of the Project Management Institute and the Mathematical Association of America.
"Lee's addition to the agency is significant and demonstrates our ongoing commitment to clients to provide the most appropriate and relevant strategic thinking in support of every recommendation," said Bruce Lehman, CEO. "Our experience has demonstrated to us, and to our clients, that online media can be dramatically more effective when viewed not simply as tactics but as a part of a larger and increasingly more comprehensive strategy."
Joining the agency's Account Planning Group as Senior Planner is
Jennifer Hruska. Jennifer comes to the agency with a decade of strategic
marketing experience, having worked for agencies and consultancies such as
AMP Agency of Boston; GSD&M of Austin, Texas; Arsenal Creative of Austin;
and Accenture of Chicago, Illinois. Jennifer earned her Master of Arts in
advertising, specializing in the account planning and creative sequences,
from the University of Texas, Austin, and her Bachelor of Science in
|SOURCE Lehman Millet Incorporated|
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