GodwinGroup promotes five
by MBJ Staff
Published: November 2,2009
GodwinGroup recently promoted five employees in its Jackson office. Peggy Heckler was promoted to senior vice president, group creative director. During her eight years of employment at GodwinGroup, Heckler has served the agency as associate creative director, senior copy writer and copy director. A resident of Yazoo City, Heckler is a past board member of the Oakes African-American Cultural Center, Yazoo City Main Street organization and past president of Junior Auxiliary of Yazoo City.
Lulu Intan was promoted to senior vice president, audience intelligence and digital integration. A resident of Flowood, Intan began her career at GodwinGroup in 2006 and previously served as vice president, audience intelligence and digital integration. Intan received a bachelor of science degree in marketing from the Mississippi University for Women and an MBA degree from the University of Alabama in Birmingham.
Tal McNeill was promoted to senior vice president, group creative director. A resident of Gallman, McNeill is a former group creative director and has been employed at GodwinGroup since 1998. McNeill received a bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Southern Mississippi and is past president of the Jackson Advertising Federation.
Glenn Owens was promoted to senior vice president, digital strategy. A resident of Brandon, Owens has been employed at GodwinGroup since 1997 and is the former vice president and director of interactive media. Owens received a bachelor of arts in art from Mississippi State University.
Stacye Rinehart was named senior vice president, group creative director. A GodwinGroup employee since 1997, Rinehart formerly served as vice president, group creative director. A resident of Jackson, Rinehart received a bachelor of arts in art and a bachelor of arts in French from Missouri State University.
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