Red Havas is reinforcing its global expansion. They have appointed three senior leaders across the US and UK:
- Rachael Sansom, managing director of Red Havas London—Sansom will be responsible for driving growth in the U.K. region, with a focus on the newly launched London office. She was previously managing director of the brand team at MHP/Engine, which she founded, leading the team to win multiple industry awards, including a Cannes Gold Lion for the U.K.’s National Health Service Blood and Transplant’s ‘Missing Type’ campaign. She was later managing director of Huntsworth-owned Red Consultancy’s largest division. Prior to this, she held senior in-house roles at Motorola Mobility, and The Random House Group.
- Natasha Carroll, senior vice president, global clients and business director, based in London—In her new role, Natasha is responsible for managing global clients and driving collaboration amongst agencies in the Red Havas network. Most recently, Natasha was vice president of the corporate and consumer division at sister agency Havas Formula, where she oversaw key accounts, including Jaguar Land Rover and ADP. Prior to moving to the U.S., Natasha was account director at Red Agency (Red Havas Australia), also working with Wright. There, she managed integrated communications campaigns for some of the agency’s largest and longest-standing accounts, including Moët Hennessy, Mondelēz International, Yahoo and Capgemini.
- Mark Campbell, global head of content, based in New York—A leader in content and partnership marketing, Campbell will be responsible for developing multi-channel content solutions for clients and driving growth of this offering at Red Havas. Prior to this role, Campbell was head of content and partnerships for Havas Australia, where he previously worked with Wright. During his 18-plus year career, Campbell has dedicated himself to innovations in the content and commercial partnerships space, having devised the world’s first brand owned digital-only TV channel, Go Beyond TV, for Land Rover. He also created Australia’s first interactive music and entertainment series for Sony Music and Commonwealth Bank that was powered by audiences across social media and broadcast.