Precision hires White House director of presidential correspondence Eva Kemp as a vice president on its paid media team. During the 2020 campaign cycle, Kemp was vice president of program at SKDKnickerbocker, managing the direct mail program for the Biden for President campaign. She also served as an IE political desk at the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and deputy states paid media director for Mike Bloomberg 2020. Prior to 2020, Kemp launched the Louisiana chapter of Democrats for Education Reform, running multiple campaigns and IEs for five electoral and legislative cycles. She also served as a legislative assistant for US Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) and director of policy and planning at the Louisiana Department of Education and Recovery School District.
Inkhouse appoints Megan Link, executive vice president and general manager of its New York City office. Link comes to Inkhouse from Ogilvy, where she most recently served as executive vice president and worked on integrated marketing communications programs for consumer technology companies. Before Ogilvy, she was a group vice president at Ruder Finn, and she has also held several roles at WE Communications. At Inkhouse she will focus on growing and managing the agency’s New York City team and client base. “Megan has deep experience in PR, understands the New York market inside and out, and is the kind of person who combines strategy with empathy,” said Inkhouse founder and chief executive Beth Monaghan. “She’s going to be a tremendous asset to our team and our clients.”
TCM Creative, a Moore company, hires Ash Ball as executive creative director. Prior to joining TCM Creative, Ball served was executive vice president and executive creative director at A&Mc. In his new role, Ball will oversee the creative department to lead the TCM Creative process from conception to completion. “Ash is an inspirational, collaborative and hands-on creative leader who is at home in the boardroom, directing on set, recording in the studio, concepting with the team or working closely with editors,” said TCM Creative president Joe Jestus. The agency has also brought on Christina Glover Burnette as associate vice president. Burnette was previously content producer at Pacers Sports & Entertainment and has worked at NBC Sports Group and ESPN.