Mono Gears Up for 2015 with 15 New Hires
Minneapolis-based agency mono has appointed Alison Clark to Group Account Director and Joel Stacy to Creative Co-Chair. Both are effective immediately and follow 13 additional hires for the agency in Q4.
Bolstering its ranks of talented creatives with these 15 new hires, mono is gearing up for a massive 2015 coming on the heels of multiple big client wins and new work set to kick off in Q1 of 2015. This significant expansion in both clients and talent is testament to mono’s status as a leading challenger in the industry, fueled by their philosophy behind the power of simplicity.
Alison, who will guide teams working with Target at mono, is described as a brand-building leader for global retail and entertainment clients, and an empowering leader and advocate of solid creative work. With over 16 years of experience in the industry, Alison’s expertise lies in creating campaigns that build powerful connections between people and brands. She joins mono from Leo Burnett, Chicago where she led campaigns for Nintendo and McDonald’s. Prior to that, Alison worked with Deutsch LA guiding campaigns for Old Navy, GM Corp Branding and PlayStation.
Joel, also joining the Target account team at mono, joins the agency from Olson where he worked on The Alzheimer’s Association, Discover Boating, Cameron’s Coffee and Polaris. Prior to that, he spent a number of years at both Colle+McVoy and Carmichael Lynch where he honed his creative writing and leadership skills working with a diverse list of clients including Porsche, Harley-Davidson, Tractor Supply Company, Ginn Glubs & Resorts, Indian Motorcycle, Takemefishing.org, GT Bicycles, and more.