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TBWA\Sydney unveils new leadership promotions

Australia – Advertising agency TBWA\Sydney has announced two new leadership promotions, namely Nitsa Lotus, former managing director, to step into the newly created role of chief growth officer, and Tanya Vragalis, former general manager, to assume the role of managing director

Lotus has recently celebrated 15 years at the agency. Prior to joining TBWA\Sydney, she previously held roles at various creative agencies such as Whybin TBWA, Saatchi & Saatchi, and Lowe Lintas.

In her new role, Lotus will be leading growth initiatives and innovation across each of the agencies within the TBWA\Sydney Group – TBWA, Eleven, Fleishman Hillard, Fabric, and Bolt – as well as continuing to lead significant client relationships.

Meanwhile, Vragalis has been with the agency for four years. Prior to joining TBWA\Sydney, she previously worked as the group head at M&C Saatchi Australia, the group business director at Leo Burnett, and the senior communications manager at George Patterson Y&R.

As the new managing director, Vragalis will be overseeing significant clients Optus and Carlton United Breweries.

Commenting on her elevation, Lotus said, “It’s been a privilege to be part of this agency’s story for the last 15 years. I’m excited about the next chapter and am looking forward to helping drive growth and innovation across the group.”

Vragalis also commented that she feels incredibly honored to take this next step and lead a team of passionate and creative collaborators at TBWA\Sydney. 

“I look forward to continuing to inspire our people and partnering with our clients to disrupt this ‘new normal’ with different, elevated creative ideas,” she added.

Paul Bradbury, the CEO of TBWA\Australia and New Zealand CEO, noted that growth and momentum provide exciting new opportunities for the people. 

“Nitsa and Tanya thoroughly deserve these promotions. I would also like to congratulate Nitsa on her tenure at TBWA, quite an achievement in an industry of so much change,” said Bradbury.