Julia Jones, director of SEO & digital media, and Jenna Hubert, creative director, are the newest agency shareholders. Both Jones and Hubert have been with KPS3 for more than 10 years and have played an active role in growing the team from 10 employees to more than 55 in the last decade.
“Julia and Jenna are crazy talented individuals who have contributed greatly to the success of KPS3,” said Rob Gaedtke, president and CEO. “We are committed to a diverse ownership base, filled with leaders who share our company values and relentless drive to build the best agency in Nevada. Jenna and Julia fit that to a tee.”
They both started at KPS3 in junior-level positions, rising to ownership because of their leadership and results-driven approach to solving clients’ business needs. Both demonstrate excellence in strategic thinking and leading a diverse set of team members to help them reach their goals.
Jones has served in account management and research roles at KPS3. She is currently director of SEO & digital media, working closely with the team to develop SEO and digital media strategies that integrate with clients’ marketing initiatives to achieve their business goals. Jones is a graduate of the University of Puget Sound with a B.A. in English Literature.
Hubert joined KPS3 as a graphic designer and currently serves as creative director, leading creative strategy, the design process and implementation of creative work across marketing channels. She is a graduate of the University of Nevada, Reno with a B.A. in journalism. She is an active member in the creative community and has won numerous awards in design, web and campaign development.
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