Marketing Plus, a marketing and advertising agency, has promoted Johnna Johnson to vice president of marketing and client services. With this new role, Johnson is responsible for leading the agency's marketing and client services departments as well as driving the growth and success of the business.
Johnson has been an essential part of the agency since joining in the summer of 2013. After completing her BS in Business Administration with an option in Marketing from CSU, Fresno, Johnson first served as the junior accounts coordinator.
Through the years she has evolved with her responsibilities to her most recent role as accounts director handling client accounts and leading the M+ team. She has consistently demonstrated leadership skills, strategic thinking and unwavering dedication to the agency's clients. Her deep understanding of marketing and advertising has contributed significantly to the agency's growth and reputation.
In her new role, Johnson will continue to lead marketing and client services, overseeing the development and execution of all marketing strategies for all clients. She is also responsible for building and maintaining strong client relationships.
"We are thrilled to promote Johnna to vice president of marketing and client services," says Julie Lucido, president and CEO. “Johnna's passion for the industry, as well as talent for leading campaigns that produce results for our clients year after year has been remarkable. Her hands-on relationship-based approach made her a perfect fit for us when she first interviewed 10 years ago--but it is no surprise she took to produce marketing and hasn't stopped since.’’
“I am excited for what the future holds and honored to step into this new role. The relationships I have formed with our clients and team fuel my passion for what we do,” said Johnson. “I never envisioned my path after graduation would lead me to an agency that specializes in the produce and food industry. However, after being here for the last 10 years I couldn’t imagine doing anything else.”
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