Tracey Johnson moves to M2

A new director and client business partner arrives from SMG Canada

Tracey Johnson

Tracey Johnson has joined M2’s account team in the role of director, client business partner. She will be working with clients including Dairy Farmers of Canada and Strategic Milk Alliance.

Johnson was most recently with Starcom MediaVest Group Canada, which she joined in 2007 and where she held roles including connections director, director of print investments and strategy director. While at SMG, she had built strategic media plans for P&G.

Earlier in her career, Johnson had been a media manager at MPG Canada and a media planner/buyer at The Media Edge.

Part of the IPG Mediabrands network, M2 is a full-service media agency with clients such as Wendy’s Restaurants, GM Dealers Associations and RBC.

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