Generation Y’ers make up almost half of The Halo Group’s culture. At the Manhattan-based brand agency, the next generation has a voice and — more importantly – they are becoming marketing leaders. The Halo Group has recently promoted Gen Y associates, Meg Moody and Gillian Kindel.
Meg Moody has been with Halo for over one year as the copywriter in the creative team. Meg is now the Associate Creative Director, where she will assume a leadership role in development of advertising and design concepts.
Gillian Kindel, a member of the Halo client services team since July 2007, has been promoted to Account Executive. She will take on detailed initiatives to further develop Halo client brands.
“Good ideas and inspiration can come from any one of our associates. We welcome the Gen Y’s creative ideas and unconventional suggestions,” states Linda Passante, CEO and Co-Founder of The Halo Group. “These ladies have demonstrated exemplary work ethic and dynamic marketing leadership skills.”
Founded in 1994, The Halo Group is a 30-employee, Manhattan-based, independent brand development agency. Halo combines brand architecture, marketing consultation and communications services for its international clients. Since its founding, Halo has been honored with almost 250 creative awards, including many in international advertising agency industry competitions.