Giant Spoon Promotes JM Herrmann, Nathalie Con, Corbin Brown and Justin Luk

Independent strategy and marketing innovation agency Giant Spoon announced today that is has promoted four members of its team.

  • JM Herrmann has been promoted from Director of Strategy to VP, Strategy. In his new role, Herrmann will play a more active role across clients in both the L.A. and New York offices, as well as taking a lead on Giant Spoon’s mentorship program. Prior to joining Giant Spoon, Herrmann held the role of Planner at TBWA\Media Arts Lab,
  • Nathalie Con has been named Associate Director, Strategy from her previous role as Senior Strategist. Out of the L.A. office, she works on the NBC and Old Navy accounts, along with new business. In addition, she has been a part of defining the strategic offering across the company. Earlier in her career, Con was Strategic Planner at RPA.
  • Corbin Brown has been promoted to Associate Director, Strategy, previously serving as Senior Strategist. Brown was the first hire made by the agency’s founders in January 2014 in New York and will transition into a business and strategy lead role on the GE account. He has also worked on business development and with the founders on programs to foster agency culture. Brown served as Digital Media Planner at Horizon Media before joining Giant Spoon.
  • Justin Luk has been promoted to Senior Strategist from his previous role as Strategist in New York. Luk works on Amazon Studios and Estée Lauder’s brand strategy work, along with new business efforts. Before joining Giant Spoon, he was Strategic Planner at TBWA\Media Arts Lab.

“All of our team members have set the bar high for productive, innovative strategies,” said Trevor Guthrie, Co-Founder. “It gives us great pleasure to reward these four stars, and we know that they will only continue to make great strides here.”

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