Creative Marketing and Advertising Agency Øuterkind Expands by Hiring Talent Team
Creative marketing and advertising agency Øuterkind has hired four talented marketing leaders: Associate Creative Director Joanna Kammer, Account Supervisor Alyssa Montoya, Social Media Manager Alia Miller and Partner Jason Wozny to support its rapid growth and the existing needs of its customers.
Joanna Kammer is a seasoned creative leader who will lead all creative initiatives at Øuterkind. Previously, she was the owner/creative director of her own company, where she led the development of brand identities for clients including T-Mobile, Eckrich Foods and more. Prior to that, she was Senior Art Director at Grey.
Alyssa Montoya has joined Øuterkind as an Account Manager and will lead the efforts of a number of beauty and hair care brands. She brings to the team over 10 years of experience in graphic design, branding, website creation and account management. Most recently, she was senior account manager at Moxie Sozo, working with clients including Mauna Loa, Sierra Nevada Brewing Co and Kodiak Cakes.
Alia Miller spent several years designing content-worthy solutions through social media at previous agencies, such as Bayshore Solutions and Orbit Design for an array of small to medium B2B and B2C brands. She is passionate about strategic digital marketing and creating engaging content for clients.
Jason Wozny joins Øuterkind with more than two decades of experience working with clients including Pepsi, Ford, Ski-Doo, The Lincoln Motor Company, MillerCoors, Climate Reality Project, Progressive Insurance, Harley-Davidson Insurance and Mercedes Benz Canada. Within the agency, he will focus on building digital solutions for Øuterkind’s existing roster of automotive, CPG and powersports clients.
“I’m thrilled to join such a talented and driven team that truly believes in the power of people, creativity and connection,” said Wozny. “Marketing agencies, especially in the experiential space, have been one of the hardest hit during the pandemic. It has forced us to think and market differently, and Øuterkind is clearly winning this battle. »
After more than two decades of experience in traditional branding, strategy and experiential marketing agencies, founders Christian Gani, Ben Keane, Brady Clarke and Michael Dill have joined forces to form Øuterkind in 2020, so they can focus on providing innovative solutions to customers.
Øuterkind’s secret sauce helps brands shift their marketing and execution strategies to adapt to pandemic and post-pandemic lifestyles and economy. Over the past year, the boutique has grown from working sessions in a living room to a new office in Denver’s RiNo neighborhood. They have performed work for top brands such as Red Bull, Ford, Nissan, New Belgium, Volcon and Polaris.
“The effects of having our world so disrupted over the past 18 months has left a lasting impression on how people behave,” Gani said. “It’s a time when brands are more interested than ever in innovative, untested ways to connect with consumers. As a marketer, how could you not be excited about this?”