Sabio has welcomed new appointments to its growing team.
The addition of the new hires brings exceptional experience and expertise to the agency, strengthening the team’s integrated marketing services and creative solutions for their diverse portfolio of clients, including Gallagher Bassett, RSPCA Queensland, Hallmark Hospitality and more.
Millie Campbell joins Sabio as account director. Campbell began her career as a reporter with Nine before moving into sport, where she most recently held the role of head of marketing and communications with Tennis Queensland and Tennis Australia.
Nathan Torpey has been appointed as senior engagement and communications consultant at Sabio. Tropey has worked in other in-house roles across Brisbane, including communications and engagement partner at Logan City Council and media and communications specialist at Choice, Passion, Life.
Rounding out the trio of new appointments is Annette Curry, who has joined Sabio as a senior engagement and communications consultant.
With extensive background in Queensland Government and not-for-profit roles, Curry brings valuable skills and experience to the position. She has previously worked as a senior communications engagement officer at Queensland Fire and Emergency Services and Media and Communications officer at Cross River Rail.
Earlier this year, the agency welcomed Kayla Crouch – as account manager, Zoe Vagg – graphic designer, and Meg Collins – as community and engagement consultant.
Crouch has been appointed as account manager at Sabio. She has supported various organisations across Brisbane with end-to-end marketing and communications strategies, including Tattersall’s Club and Personalised Plates Queensland.
Vagg has been appointed as graphic designer at Sabio. She has worked in other agency and in-house roles across Brisbane and Toowoomba, including dms CREATiVE and Sarina Russo Group and is excited to bring her knowledge and creative experience to the team at to the team.
Collins joins Sabio as a community and engagement consultant. With extensive background in agency and in-house roles, she brings valuable skills and experience to the position.
Collins has previously worked as a communication liaison at Queensland Ballet and as a communications consultant at Phillips Group.
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Top image: Millie Campbell and Nathan Torpey