Independent agency and two-time Ad Agency “Small Agency of the Year,” Solve, has bolstered its team by three. Zara Kurt joins as a Connection Strategist. Matt Doscher joins as Account Director and Grace Noice comes on as a Social Strategist.
Prior to Solve, Kurt held stints in media at several shops in the Minneapolis area, working on brands such as Walmart, SuperAmerica and various professional sports teams. In her role, she’ll lend her experience toward cross-platform strategic planning and media execution for Solve’s clients.
“Zara’s a great addition to our team,” says Solve Director of Connection Strategy/Partner Nicole Pomerleau. “She’s a seasoned pro that’ll bring great energy to our media planning and buying efforts.”
Matt Doscher recently joined Solve as an Account Director. An account management veteran, Doscher’s 14-year career has included stints in New York and Chicago with Proximity BBDO and Energy BBDO, respectively. Having led the charge for high-profile brands like Visa, Gillette, Pearle Vision, Quaker and Kerrygold, he’s been part of several Effie and Clio award-winning efforts. Doscher will initially be deployed on Solve’s Sunoco account. “
We’re thrilled about Matt joining us,” says Solve Director of Account Management/Partner Ryan Murray. “Besides his rich brand pedigree and experience, he’s a true team player that’ll instill an even further sense of collaboration across our agency.”
Grace Noice recently joined Solve as a social strategist. With a background in social media and graphic design, Noice spent the past year traveling the country as a Brand Ambassador for Planters. As a member of Solve’s social team, she’ll be responsible for leading the social strategy and content creation efforts across several of the agency’s clients.
“We’re delighted to have Grace joining our team,” says Solve Social Media Manager Jordan Kranick. “Her diverse experience will be valuable as we continue developing more and more social programs across our roster.”
Reel 360 wishes all three the best of luck in their new roles at Solve.