Emotive promotes Aoife Lehane, announces new hires

Emotive announces hires. Pictured - Aoife Lehane, Ruki Ahad, Tyler Ronaldson & Jenna Fisher

Ruki Ahad, Tyler Ronaldson, and Jenna Fisher have joined the agency.

Emotive has promoted Aoife Lehane to account director, and made a series of hires to its account management and creative teams.

Lehane joined Emotive 12 months ago from Droga5 Dublin. She will be working alongside business director, Andrea Dalton Doran, on the Optus account. 

Emotive has also named two senior account managers. Ruki Ahad moves from Ogilvy, where she worked on the NSW and Federal Government accounts, while Tyler Ronaldson has been tapped from Clemenger BBDO, where she worked across YES23, insurance, and betting clients.

Jenna Fisher joins as creative operations manager from her most recent post as senior producer and operations director at Wave. Prior to Wave, Fisher has tenured at agency roles in the UK and Australia including VCCP, BWM Dentsu, and Havas.

Emotive’s chief executive officer, Simon Joyce, said it is an exciting time of growth for the agency as it pursues its ambition to create one-of-a-kind work, with new work launching from the likes of Google, San Remo, and Optus.

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Key to the growth is always our culture defined by the best talent and an additive mindset. Aoife, Ruki, Tyler and Jenna embody exactly that,” said Joyce.

In February, Emotive hired former founder and executive creative director of Poem, Matt Holmes, in a new role as head of public relations and earned creative at the creative agency, bolstering its integrated ‘fame’ offering.

Holmes announced his departure from Poem in October last year. He exited the agency following a sale of his 50% of the business.

See also: Emotive taps ex Poem co-founder Matt Holmes for new ‘fame’ offering

Top Image (L-R): Aoife Lehane, Ruki Ahad, Tyler Ronaldson & Jenna Fisher

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