New client engagement director for TCEG

Meghan Medlock appointed to Philadelphia-based role, focusing on live event strategy and business development.

Meghan Medlock
Meghan Medlock

The Creative Engagement Group (TCEG) US has named Meghan Medlock as client engagement director.

Medlock will be based in Philadelphia, focusing on strategy and creation for live event, film and digital services. She will also take responsibility for business development in the US. She will report to Rose Pimpinella, the TCEG US executive vice president.

She has spent over a decade working for digital agencies, including stints with R/GA and Ogilvy, working on mostly healthcare and CPG accounts, including Johnson & Johnson Baby, Johnson & Johnson Vision Care, Wyeth Pharmaceuticals and Bristol Myers-Squibb.

Most recently, Medlock was senior director, committees & conferences at the Association of National Advertisers.

"It’s an absolute pleasure to join the TCEG team as the agency has very exciting plans for 2019 and beyond," said Medlock. "I am thrilled to be a part of their growing client services offering in the US and partnering with the incredibly talented and passionate team here."

Pimpinella added: "I am delighted to have Meghan join our Philadelphia TCEG team. She brings to us a tremendous amount of agency knowledge and a wealth of experience across different client businesses."

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