Carmichael Lynch recently hired four new professionals, including Elizabeth Charron, Laura Coyle, Sarah Kruse and AnneMarie Rooney.
“We are pleased to welcome these four professionals to Carmichael Lynch,” says Mike Lescarbeau, CEO, Carmichael Lynch. “Each of them has a rich background in the industry, and we’re excited that they’ll be helping to create brand devotion for our clients.”
Elizabeth Charron has been named senior project manager. Prior to joining Carmichael Lynch, Charron was a senior account executive at Leo Burnett in Chicago, where she worked on the Proctor & Gamble, McDonald’s and BlackBerry accounts. Charron is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, where she double-majored in integrated strategic communications and Spanish.
Laura Coyle has been named senior digital producer. Coyle previously served as a senior project manager for the digital group at Fallon in Minneapolis. She then changed careers and worked for Peterson Milla Hooks as an art buyer for Target. Coyle has an English degree from the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul.
Sarah Kruse has been named senior brand planner for Subaru. Most recently, Kruse was a senior planner at DDB and has also held similar positions at Element79 Partners and Leo Burnett. Kruse earned her bachelor of arts degree in American studies with a minor in art history from Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa. She received her MBA in marketing from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa.
AnneMarie Rooney has been named assistant digital engagement planner. Prior to joining Carmichael Lynch, Rooney worked as the environmental sciences intern for Padilla Speer Beardsley. She’s also served as an intern for a music marketing company in London, called Wild-UK. Rooney earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in strategic communications with a minor in business management from the University of Minnesota.