Talented trio joins Mangos. (From left: Ingrid Tripple, Casey Zweigle, Heidi Habel)
2014 is off to a good start. The Mangos team is growing, bringing on board Heidi Habel as Senior Art Director, Ingrid Tripple as Senior Account Manager and Casey Zweigle as Account Coordinator.
Heidi Habel comes to Mangos with 10 years of agency experience and an award-winning portfolio of traditional and interactive work. From microbreweries and newspapers to amusement parks and anti-smoking campaigns, she has created integrated campaigns that have worked hard and delivered results. In her role as Senior Art Director, she will help the Mangos team develop ideas that will do the same for their clients, including Lehigh Valley Health Network, Mutual Boiler Re and Capital Health.
Ingrid Tripple, who joins the account management team, has worked for nearly a decade to strengthen brand, reputation and visibility for education and healthcare clients.
Previously, Ingrid worked for Temple University where she developed strategic communication initiatives and marketing campaigns for the art school, medical school and international affairs department. In her new role as Senior Account Manager at Mangos, she will help the account services team build strong relationships and provide insightful direction to clients like La Salle University and Liberty Sport, a national manufacturer of high performance sunglasses.
Casey Zweigle brings critical day-to-day project management experience to Mangos’ national and global accounts in her position as Account Coordinator. A graduate of La Salle University, she holds a BS in Business Administration–Marketing. During her college years, she interned at advertising agencies, public relations firms and radio stations across the region, gaining valuable experience.
According to Bill Gast, Chief Executive Officer at Mangos, “The recent talent added to our existing seasoned team is a testament to the culture at Mangos, one that enables strategic and creative thinking in a way that helps clients achieve bold solutions and exploit the whitespace in their respective markets.”