Metia Group strengthens US leadership with appointment of three new Vice Presidents

Focus around expertise in B2B marketing, customer experience and loyalty

SEATTLE AND AUSTIN — Metia Group, a global B2B marketing agency, has promoted Seattle based J. Paul Anderson from regional vice president to vice president, and Amber Whiteman from director of client services to vice president. Austin based Daniel Brooks has been promoted from regional vice president to vice president. Metia Group has its North American headquarters in Seattle, corporate headquarters in London, and additional offices in Austin and Singapore.

“Amber, Dan and Paul have been instrumental in Metia’s successful growth story through their collective delivery of fantastic campaign performance for our global B2B clients,” said Metia President North America Andrew Martin. “In the US Metia is on track to have one of our best years ever and looks forward to the continued value they bring to our clients’ success. We have been trusted to look after iconic brands belonging to some great corporations, they are in the best possible hands.”

J. Paul Anderson, Vice President: Paul will oversee US Delivery Operations at Metia’s Seattle office. His nearly 20 years of project management experience is the foundation for his specialty — delivering exceptional customer experiences. 

Amber Whiteman, Vice President: Amber will oversee the US Client Services team at Metia’s Seattle office. Amber has experience in all facets of account service, including project management, account management and account direction for clients such as Microsoft and AT&T. Amber’s passion for digital marketing is demonstrated in the measured results that her teams deliver from each campaign.

Dan Brooks, Vice President: Dan will oversee the US Client Services team at Metia’s Austin office. Dan brings over 15 years of expertise to his central role at Metia managing client services for clients such as Dell. Since joining the agency in 2010, he has held leadership positions focused on content strategy and customer advocacy.