SF-based Camp + King appoints five to junior partners

Havas-aligned, San Francisco-based Camp + King (C+K) has elevated three women and two men to junior partners, the agency announced today. C+K has seen a growth spurt of late and each has been recognized as key leaders for continued growth. In the past six months, they have picked up RE/MAX (brand and social AOR), Energizer/Eveready (global AOR) and UGG for Men.

“I am really proud of what they have achieved individually and collectively and look forward to collaborating with them to lead our agency into the future,” said C+K partner and CEO Jamie King.

The appointees are:

Anne Saulnier, director of talent and operations, a 30-year industry veteran who joined three years ago and according to the agency has “keen instincts, strong relationships with top talent, and honesty.”

Emily Dillow, brand director, who was C+K employee number one and has a decade of account management experience with brands such as Walmart, Capital One, Google, RE/MAX and YouTube. She began her career at Publicis & Hal Riney.

Jesse Dillow and Rikesh Lai, highly-awarded creative directors with Cannes Lions, Clios, London International, Graphis and One Show wins. Dillow has more than a decade of web, film and branded content experience and joined the agency last year, partnering with Lai, who was the agency’s first creative hire.

Stacy McClain, award-winning director of content production who produced some of the first iconic “Got Milk?” work in addition to Foster Farms and Yahoo. Previously, as a freelancer, she worked on spots for the likes of Mini, AT&T, Visa and Priceline.

“Because of Emily, Rikesh, Jesse, Anne and Stacy, we've been able to win competitive pitches against some of the best agencies in the world, service large global brands and do incredible work,” said Roger Camp, C+K Partner and chief operating officer. “Jamie and I are damn lucky to be able to surround ourselves with this level of talent.”

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