WRG expands senior team with three hires

Experiential agency brings in Graham Lehr, Clare Starck and Luke Power for new roles across live events, creative and production.

Luke Power and Clare Starck
Luke Power and Clare Starck

Experiential agency WRG is expanding its senior team with the creation of three new roles across live events, creative and production.

Graham Lehr joins as executive producer to lead creative and content execution, working on complex projects, primarily for healthcare brand launches.

Previously a senior producer at Jack Morton, Lehr has extensive experience in a range of industries, specialising in the tech sector.

Clare Starck takes up the role of senior content producer bringing a wealth of internal communications and strategy expertise.

Formerly senior consultant at global PR agency Hill+Knowlton Strategies, where she worked in internal communications and employee engagement, Starck will support the team helping to develop rich content focused campaigns for WRG’s healthcare and automotive clients.

Luke Power will support WRG’s automotive clients as senior producer. Power spent six years at Crown working in a range of sectors including automotive and finance, managing multiple accounts.

Tim Collett, head of live at WRG said: "I’m delighted to welcome Graham, Clare and Luke and the skills and expertise they bring to our hugely talented team."

The Creative Engagement Group recently added healthcare training experts Axiom to operate alongside sister agencies WRG, The Moment and Just Communicate.

Graham Lehr

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