Cheil Canada hires Lindsay Prajza as VP, director of client services

Toronto-based creative agency Cheil Canada has named Lindsay Prajza as its VP, director of client services. Prajza, who has more than 15 years industry experience, will oversee the 10-member client services group and have a hand in developing new business. Prajza was most recently with Evidently, where she held the VP, North America position for […]

Toronto-based creative agency Cheil Canada has named Lindsay Prajza as its VP, director of client services.

Prajza, who has more than 15 years industry experience, will oversee the 10-member client services group and have a hand in developing new business.

Prajza was most recently with Evidently, where she held the VP, North America position for nearly a year. She has also held positions at Ogilvy & Mather’s Toronto office, BBDO, Havas and McCann in the U.K.

“We are thrilled to have Lindsay join Cheil, she is a proven and highly-qualified agency leader with an acute understanding of how the agency model has shifted, said Cheil president Matt Cammaert, in a release.

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