A strategic digital agency appointed a key team member to be the new Head of Project Management.
Hallam has promoted Kate Vines, who has been with the agency for two years, to fill the role after continuously proving her ability to lead a team and create successful projects. She has over 20 years of experience across a wide variety of disciplines in the creative industry.
In her new role as Head of Project Management she will be overseeing the delivery of creative projects at Hallam.
Kate said: “I’m thrilled to receive recognition for the hard work I’ve been doing at Hallam.
- “As Head of Project Management, I’m excited to take on this role to lead new ideas, processes and initiatives across the agency, helping Hallam to continue to deliver award-winning work effectively and efficiently.”
Kate is often cited as one of the main reasons projects are an ultimate success, both by clients and colleagues alikeBeth Sharma
Alongside her responsibilities in leading the project management team, Kate plays a key role in supporting the connectivity across Hallam’s teams and is also a passionate advocate for menopause awareness and alcohol-free living.
Client Services Director, Beth Sharma, said: “Since leading some of the largest projects in our history, Kate is often cited as one of the main reasons projects are an ultimate success, both by clients and colleagues alike.
“She consistently goes above and beyond to ensure the rest of the team has direction, support and training. She manages to balance both the team’s and the client’s interests, making her a project delivery superstar!
“Kate has a wealth of experience, spanning design, studio management, team management and digital project delivery. The Head of Project Management role is perfectly aligned with her skillset and everyone at Hallam could not be more thrilled to see her take on the challenge of leading the project management function.”
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