Mon, 04 Mar 2019 12:09:32 GMT
NABS, the support organisation for the advertising and media industry, has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of a new trustee.
Jennifer Healy, chief talent officer at Mindshare, joins the board as its latest trustee. Part of the leadership team at Mindshare, Jennifer brings senior experience in HR and talent management to NABS. She has also led many well-being and development programmes, giving her an ideal and informed perspective with which to help further develop NABS’ work on well-being.
Jennifer has spent her entire career in the advertising and media industry, starting out on the account management and new business side before moving into marketing and advertising research. She joined Mindshare in 2000 to develop her skills as an HR professional and currently serves as a valued member of NABS’ support committee Jennifer says: “I’m a passionate advocate of the work that NABS does. Throughout my career in HR I’ve seen first-hand what a difference NABS makes to people in our industry. The breadth of its work is fantastic, and I hope to use my experience to help NABS improve the well-being of even more people in advertising and the media.”
Jennifer joins NABS at a time of expansion for the organisation, and in her role as trustee she will oversee its decisions on its management and strategy, ensuring that NABS continues to deliver on its purpose of improving well-being across the industry. She will also advocate and fundraise on behalf of the organisation and will be in post for at least three years.
She joins NABS chairman Simon Daglish, deputy managing director commercial ITV, on the board.
Diana Tickell, CEO of NABS, says: “Jennifer has been a valued supporter of NABS for several years. She brings a huge enthusiasm for our work as well as plenty of experience in coaching, personal development and getting the best out of people. NABS and those who use our services are bound to benefit from her expertise and their passion.”view more - Hires, Wins & BusinessNABS, Mon, 04 Mar 2019 12:09:32 GMT