Cambridge BioMarketing has named Jen Jonsson as its director of operations. Jonsson had previously served as a managing director for operations for The Barbarian Group, overseeing offices in locationssuch as Boston, New York and San Francisco. Jonsson has also worked in various capacities for Rice McVaney Communications, Arnold Worldwide and Razorfish. She is also a former consultant for theGoogle Creative Lab and founder of interactive agency Fuego5.
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JUNE 05, 2013
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DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - CAMBRIDGE MANAGEMENT AND CONSULTATION GROUP INC.
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