Espresso is on the grow and has announced the addition of five new members to their growing team.
Colleen McElman joins Espresso as a Senior Account Executive, previously she was with B STREET Communications where she worked on Weston Bakeries brands as an Account Executive.
Nomi Malik comes on board as a Production Designer, before joining Espresso she was at DST Output Canada. Nomi is also a co-founder of Gradeschool, a creative and community engagement collective.
Three former interns of Espresso have also become full-time employees of the agency. Andrew Checchia, a graduate of Durham College’s Internet Applications and Web Development program is now Espresso’s newest Junior Programmer. Emma Egan and Matt Sawh have both accepted roles as Account Coordinators. Emma is a recent graduate of the University of Ottawa where she earned a BA in World Religions and Women’s Studies. Matt holds a BA in Communication Studies from the University of Windsor and a diploma in Corporate Communications from Sheridan College.