DonerLA, a member of the MDC Partners Network, announced today the hiring of Lauren Prince as the first president.
In the future, she – Head the Los Angeles office, consisting of 40 people, along with the chief creative officer, Jason Gaboriau, promoted to this post in January latest. DonerLA was looking to hold a senior management position since evp, the managing director of Zihla Salinas remaining at the head of CEO of Trailer Park, Content Marketing Company of Engine,
Prince was previously President and Chief Executive Officer. Creative Chandelier, the best-known store for his Old Navy work.
DonerLA entrusted Del Monte with the task of creating at the beginning of the year; It also works with clients such as Netflix, L.A. Clippers and Neato Robotics. (The long-time client, Nestle, ended his relationship with Doner as part of a review that closed this summer .)
The agency shares current and past, including campaigns promoting Netflix titles like Narcos and House of Cards, on his Instagram account.
Doner's President and CEO, David DeMuth, based at the agency's Detroit office, calls Prince "everything we were looking for from a leader." adding, "Attracting Lauren's caliber of talent validates our growth strategy and Los Angeles-based creative leadership."
Prince praised "the entrepreneurial spirit of DonerLA and the diversity of his talents" clients "and" the work led by Jason's dynamic creative energy and the team. "
" I see a tremendous opportunity to infuse the energy and unique abilities of DonerLA with LA 's. She declared:
During her stay at Chandelier, she expressed her desire to make this agency a benchmark in terms of incredible and intelligent work, as well as to attract the best talents and talents. customers on the west coast. "She has helped this store grow from its roots in fashion to a true full-service advertising agency, ultimately winning customers like Express, Lululemon, Sephora and Smartwater, and has opened the Los Angeles office. doubled the total workforce and helped land customers in Asia and the United Kingdom.
Before settling in Los Angeles, Prince spent a dozen years in Australia, head of Creative Activation / BBDO in Sydney and Throw Director of the Feed Projects Hunger Group.