KPS3 is happy to announce that Jenna Hubert has been promoted to creative director. Her role will have a continued, extended focus on creative solutions for one of two KPS3 internal teams.
Hubert joined KPS3 in 2011 as a graphic designer and began to hone her design skills as part of the agency’s creative team. In 2017, Hubert was promoted to associate creative director, where she started to enhance her leadership skills. Over the past eight years, Hubert has developed award-winning brands and websites, integrated campaigns and more for dozens of local and national clients.
“Jenna has a unique ability to transform client objectives into captivating stories and creative experiences,” said KPS3 President and CEO, Rob Gaedtke. “We’re excited to turn her skills loose in this new role, and we know she’ll continue to produce outstanding work.”
Prior to joining KPS3, Hubert gained experience working as a designer and as a copywriter. She worked for the Nevada Small Business Development Center, supporting clients in their branding and marketing projects. Jenna remains an active member of AIGA and served on its board from 2011-2012. She is also a co-founder of Reno Wired, an annual 24-hour event where some of Reno’s best designers, writers and developers come together to rebrand a nonprofit from logo to launch.
Hubert earned her B.A. in journalism from the Reynolds School at the University of Nevada.
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