Maris, West & Baker Advertising has added five new employees recently.
Josh Byrd, a Jackson native, joined MWB in January from another local agency. As art director, Byrd is responsible for graphic design and visual direction. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Erin Johnson joined MWB in February as public relations account Executive. Johnson serves in a dual role handling the agency’s public relations and account executive duties. Johnson received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Master of Science in Public Relations from the University of Southern Mississippi.
Erica Robinson returns in her new role as operations manager is Erica Robinson. With 15 years of industry experience, Robinson formerly worked as a production assistant in MWB’s creative department. In addition, she has built a successful freelance business with various agencies and clients throughout the Southeast. Robinson is responsible for overseeing daily operations within the agency.
Lindsey Binion has been named as senior art director. Binion received her Bachelor of Arts in Advertising from the University of Southern Mississippi and her Master of Arts in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Alabama. Binion is a former advertising instructor at the University of Southern Mississippi. In her new role, she is focused on management, art direction, and video production for one of MWB’s major accounts.
Jana Bell has recently joined Maris, West & Baker as director of Agency Marketing. With 25 years of marketing, fundraising, and non-profit experience, Bell is responsible for agency business development and marketing, along with account executive duties.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Mississippi College and has served as a member and director with a number of volunteer non-profits in metro Jackson.
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