ATLANTA, GA — February 7, 2018-– Nebo, a human-centered agency headquartered in Atlanta, recently promoted Sarah Christiansen to Vice President of Project Management.
An alumna of Georgia Institute of Technology, she joined Nebo in 2012. Prior to Nebo, Christiansen enjoyed over a decade of success on both the client and agency side including CNN and Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
Christiansen previously served as Nebo’s Director of Digital Marketing Project Management. In this position, she managed Nebo’s digital marketing project management team, took the lead on some of Nebo’s marquee clients, and played a key role in helping Nebo win over 100 marketing awards in the past two years alone. In 2017, she was recognized as Project Manager of the Year at the 60th annual AMY Awards.
“Sarah is one of the most talented people I know, and she has a unique ability to transform chaos into calm. Over the past six years, she has worked tirelessly to grow her team and to provide more exceptional experiences for our clients,” said Kimm Lincoln, president at Nebo. “This promotion is extremely well deserved, and we’re excited to see where she takes Nebo’s project management team in the future.”
As a result of Christiansen’s leadership and determination, her clients, peers and employees have enjoyed tremendous success – being recognized with prestigious awards on both the local and national level.
To learn more about Nebo and its human-centered approach to marketing, visit http://www.neboagency.com.
Nebo is a human-centered agency built for the digital age. We believe that trust and attention are the most valuable resources in this hyper-connected, omni-channel, multi-device, ad-saturated world. By creating human-centered digital experiences and buyer journey marketing campaigns, we inspire, educate, and empower consumers. Our research and strategy teams develop deep, authentic understandings of consumer behavior to earn a place in their hearts and minds. Our creative and copy teams use these insights to help brands tell great stories. Our marketing teams build campaigns that do more than drive awareness, they change consumer behavior.