George P. Johnson makes multiple US hires

Agency GPJ has appointed five new team members in strategic leadership and account director positions.

Chris Meyer, chief executive officer at GPJ
Chris Meyer, chief executive officer at GPJ

George P. Johnson’s (GPJ) has made multiple hires in strategic leadership and account director positions.

Nicole Feldman joins as VP of client services based in the San Francisco, CA office. She is tasked with strengthening client relationships and expanding GPJ’s long-standing Cisco account. 

Christopher Lisotta takes the role of senior director, strategy and, planning based in the San Francisco, CA office. Lisotta is responsible for bringing clients’ marketing strategies to life at their proprietary and third-party events, as well as working on event branding, audience acquisition, messaging and content.

Traci Sussholz is the new senior account director in the San Francisco, CA office. Sussholz is the global account lead on the NetApp Account. In this capacity she is responsible for the overall ownership of the global client relationship and portfolio of events. 

Based in the Los Angeles, CA office, Cynthia Cunniff joins as account director. Cunniff is tasked with building and leading dynamic initiatives for experiential productions, live entertainment and client services that include overall business strategy, product launches, branding, media, B2B and B2C initiatives.

Joining in the Dallas, TX office, is Ryan Hove, director, strategy and planning. Hove supports the Toyota and Lexus accounts. 

"This impressive roster of professionals join us at time when GPJ’s growth is rapidly accelerating," said Chris Meyer, chief executive officer at GPJ. "We seek only the most strategic and motivated individuals to merge creativity and data to and bring brands to life."

 

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