- NEW YORK
180 NY has hired Alex Campbell as head of production. Also coming aboard the agency is Angela Kosniewski as head of accounts. The two additions follow the recent appointment of Jason Chebib as head of strategy and are part of a larger effort to fill out an experienced leadership team for the newly established New York branch of the global 180 agency.
Both Campbell and Kosniewski will report to 180 NY president Evan Weissbrot, who is overseeing the buildout of the New York office, including the integration of social consultancy Brand Intelligence Operating System across the 180 network, and delivering on the agency’s mandate to build modern brands that are famous, human and seamless.
Campbell joins 180 NY from his previous role as associate director of interactive production at TBWA\Chiat\Day, where he produced work for adidas’s Billie Jean King campaign and Tic Tac’s “Chew and Play” digital campaign. His work has earned him recognition with CLIO Awards, The One Show, ANDY Awards, D&AD Awards and Cannes Lions. Campbell has also held positions at BIOS (the social consultancy that recently integrated with 180) and The Mill.
Formerly, VP of new business development at Johnnie Studio, Kosniewski will play a central role in strengthening existing client engagements and building lasting new relationships. She has a proven track-record of growing new business and successfully leading growth development for global brands including Target, Nescafe, iHeartRadio, Schick, Hawaiian Tropic, Playtex and E*TRADE. Kosniewski, who has been recognized with an Effie and Cannes Gold Lion, has held several senior positions throughout her career, including founder and CEO of Elle Collective, SVP and head of brand management at MullenLowe Group, and Droga5 executive group director, as well as roles at TBWA\Chiat\Day and Attik.