At Bluefrog, our staff are given the opportunity to continually learn and grow. We invest in training on recognised courses, like the IDM Diploma in Direct and Digital Marketing. And our supportive team structure gives people the confidence to shine.
This New Year has brought new roles for two of the longest standing members of Bluefrog’s client services team. Laura Inglis becomes Account Director after five years with the agency and Saleem Tejani is Bluefrog’s new Client Services Director after ten years at Bluefrog.
We wish them every success for their future with us.
Laura joined Bluefrog in 2007 with a degree in International Business at The University of Brighton and a couple of years work experience under her belt.
Initially an Account Manager in the Social Fundraising team managing the Street Prospecting, F2F and D2D campaigns, Laura worked with many high profile clients including Oxfam and CRUK. In July 2009, she completed her IDM Diploma in Direct and Digital Marketing with a credit and became an Account Manager, followed by her promotion in January 2011 to Senior Account Manager. Another highlight for Laura was her project visit with
Y Care International to Cambodia to collect case study information.
In her role as Account Director, Laura will be working with Barnardo’s, Y Care International, The Blue Cross, UNICEF, Art Fund and Imperial College London.
Saleem joined Bluefrog in May 2002, following five years’ commercial agency experience. Over the past ten years, he’s worked on a diverse range of clients including The National Trust, Barnardo’s, Y Care International, Mind and Save the Children. Saleem’s passion is development and he’s had the opportunity to visit projects in Thailand, Madagascar and Senegal.
Throughout his time at Bluefrog, Saleem has proven his ability to build strong, trusting relationships with clients based on openness and transparency. As Client Services Director, he will continue to deliver outstanding service and advise on fundraising strategy and best practice.
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