Willow Marketing Makes Promotion, Hires

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Anne Holden and Maggie Hendrickson Anne Holden and Maggie Hendrickson

Indianapolis-based Willow Marketing has hired Anne Holden (pictured) as a senior account manager and Dylan Stone as an account manager. Also, Maggie Hendrickson (pictured) has been promoted to senior project and events manager.

Holden previously served as supervisor of account planning for Comcast Spotlight. She also worked at MZD Advertising. Holden is a graduate of Purdue University, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in marketing. She has more than 13 years of marketing communications experience.

With five years of design, photography, and business operations experience, Stone was previously self-employed, focusing on marketing, photography and design work. Prior to that, he was a marketing coordinator for Cyl-Tec in Aurora, Illinois, as well as the lead designer and studio manager for a digital agency/production house he helped start named Digital Alliance. He is a 2015 graduate of Ball State University and earned his bachelor’s degree in advertising.

Also, Hendrickson previously served as a project manager at Willow. She now manages large-scale print and digital projects as well as marketing and visual branding for workshops, conferences and tradeshows. Hendrickson is a 2002 graduate of Indiana University, where she earned her degree in telecommunications. She has been a part of the firm since 2014.

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