Berlin Cameron Welcomes Industry Veteran as Managing Director

Karen Flanagan joins from Studio 71

Flanagan had been executive vice president, brand solutions at Studio 71. Berlin Cameron
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WPP agency Berlin Cameron hired industry veteran Karen Flanagan as managing director.

In the role, Flanagan will be tasked with driving agency solutions for current and prospective clients and serve as executive lead for Berlin Cameron’s premier client, Capital One, while reporting to Berlin Cameron president Jennifer DaSilva.

“Karen has an impressive history of driving successful business for some of the world’s most-loved brands, and we are so excited to welcome her to our team,” DaSilva said in a statement. “Her leadership will be key as we grow our business on all fronts.”

“I am thrilled to join such a dynamic agency that puts culture first,” Flanagan added. “Berlin Cameron works with exceptional clients, and it’s been a pleasure to jump into an organization that not only produces exciting creative work, but also champions women in business.”

Flanagan joins Berlin Cameron from Studio 71, where she has served as executive vice president, brand solutions since December of 2016, following three years as senior vice president, global group director. Her other prior experience includes a stint with VML as group account director and Publicis Modem as vice president, director of marketing.

@ErikDOster Erik Oster is an agencies reporter for Adweek.
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