Agar Expands Team with Four New Hires Across Departments

by | Jun 16, 2022

AGAR, the experiential company that is redefining the power of authentic brand engagement by putting humans in the center of everything, has added four new hires to its talent roster. These include Kelli Fellers (Account Director), Alexandra Liggett (Human Resources Manager), Jay Smith (Multimedia Producer), and Taylor Hirth (Production Coordinator).

“AGAR has experienced continuous growth since the start of 2021,“ said Josh Heuser, founder of AGAR. “That growth has allowed us to welcome four incredibly talented new members to the AGAR team. These new hires represent a continued investment in our client service, production, and creative departments to execute with excellence. As we grow we are also investing in operations including a new Human Resources hire to better serve our team now and in the future.”

Account Director, Kelli Fellers’ experience is largely rooted in hospitality, working hand-in-hand with global design agencies to develop award-winning brands such as Home2 by Hilton, Tru by Hilton, and Tempo by Hilton. Feller’s previous experience at NELSON and FRCH Design Worldwide and most recently Hotel of Tomorrow will enhance AGAR’s client service providing strategic and creative leadership and counseling, generating fresh ideas and managing client relationships for AGAR.

Human Resources Manager, Alexandra Liggett brings experience in talent acquisition, management, and development from her role at QC Industries Conveyors. Liggett will work with AGAR Operations to determine hiring metrics, workforce planning strategy, and an interview rubric to fill open roles with exemplary talent. Additionally, she will develop a strategy for growing a diverse national database of staff to support brand activations nationwide.

Multimedia Producer, Jay Smith is a multidisciplinary visual artist who studied directing for film and television at the University of Cincinnati. Smith is an experienced writer, videographer, editor, and animator, and he will be responsible for producing video content for AGAR’s clients and internal efforts pushing the boundaries of future content, including virtual and augmented reality.

Production Coordinator, Taylor Hirth comes from a background in production, hospitality, and social media marketing in the music industry. In 2019, she served as the Assistant Tour Manager for renowned rock band Young the Giant and has since been running point for Ludlow Garage. At AGAR, Hirth will strategize, produce, and execute brand activations for clients including Toyota and Kroger in the Cincinnati region and beyond.

Interested in joining our team? Visit https://theagar.com/our-careers/ for more information regarding available opportunities.

About AGAR: 

Founded on the premise that as the world grows more and more digital the value of a human connection and experience inherently increases, AGAR has been growing culture for industry-leading clients since 2008. For more information visit www.theagar.com.

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