Macpherson Kelley board gets marketing lift with new advisory board addition

Jac Phillips joins as a non-executive director

Macpherson Kelley board gets marketing lift with new advisory board addition
Jac Phillips

Macpherson Kelley has boosted its brand and marketing efforts with the addition of executive coach Jac Phillips to its advisory board.

Phillips stepped in as non-executive director on Monday. Board chair Damian Paul said that Phillips’ skillset would add a “fresh perspective” to the group.

“Having a diversity of skill set and background on our board just makes good business sense. I’m confident Jac’s contribution will help continue to forge our firm as go to for medium and large organisations,” Paul explained.

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Phillips has served on boards for over 15 years, having worked with Good Cycles, The Skin & Cancer Foundation Inc. and Fitted for Work. At present, she is on the board of ASX lister The Food Revolution Group.

She headed up marketing for Visa Inc. in the Australia, New Zealand and South Pacific regions. She was also at the helm of teams at Bank of Melbourne, ANZ Bank and IBM.

At Macpherson Kelley, Phillips will assist in cultivating and executing the firm’s vision, growth plans and direction.

“I was particularly drawn to the people and culture focus at Macpherson Kelley. The strength of the brand reverberates through the firm’s commitment to client service and its internal values. I look forward to working with the team to unlock Macpherson Kelley’s future potential,” she said.

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