By Egotist / / DDB San Francisco announced today the hire of Whitney Ball as a Vice President and Head of Talent. She brings more than 20 years of executive human resources experience to DDB San Francisco and is a key addition to the agency’s leadership team. Britt Hayes, Chief People Officer for DDB North America, stated, “With the recent momentum in San Francisco, finding and nurturing the best talent is at the core of our proposition and is fundamental to future growth. Whitney’s experience, connections, and reputation are unmatched in the Bay Area, and in turn position DDB well in one of the most competitive and unique talent markets.” Recently, in addition to being a consultant, Ball was Vice President, Human Resources, at EVB. Prior to that, Ball spent 12 years at Young & Rubicam. “I’m thrilled to be joining DDB San Francisco and to be a part of this incredible legacy brand, and broad network of talent,” Ball said about her new role. Congrats on the new hire.
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