Meet Don’t Cry Wolf’s newest talent

It’s been a hectic few months at Don’t Cry Wolf –  so we’ve hired some people!

We’ve been winning new clients left right and centre, expanding our cooking repertoires and spending more hours than we care to remember reminding people to unmute themselves on Zoom calls.

It’s kept us incredibly busy and our ongoing expansion means we’ve needed to bring some fresh blood into the agency. So our scouts have been hard at work throughout the summer transfer window trying to find people with the right skills, humour and love of eating to expand the team. 

That hard work hasn’t gone unrewarded and we’re thrilled to unveil three talented young pros who will help us continue to challenge expectations and deliver great work for our clients.

Introducing Frances Leach and Alex Wolfe, who both join as consultants, and Jahanara Chaudhry, our latest junior consultant.

Frances Leach brings something different to the team having forged a name for herself fighting the good fight on the frontline of political communications. She’ll be applying her strategic thinking and knowledge of the media landscape to a range of our corporate and B2B clients, while also ensuring the more senior members of the team don’t accidentally become Centrist Dads.

Alex Wolfe joins from Brands2Life and while we’d love to say we hired him for his name alone, we’re even more excited to see him apply his nose for a good story and experience working for brands like Barclays, Moonpig and Groupon across our consumer portfolio – including Manhattan TV, Meridian Foods and Soda Folk.

Jahanara Chaudhry is the final signing of the summer and we’re looking forward to her bringing her content and media relations chops to bear on our clients. She joins us from Nelson Bostock, where she worked on clients including Google Cloud Canon and Ocado Technology.

Sara Collinge, MD at Don’t Cry Wolf said: We’re super excited to inject more fantastically talented blood into DCW’s veins. Each and every one of them brings invaluable experience and expertise to the table and bags of personality. They are also experts in interviewing over Zoom so if anyone needs any hints and tips you can contact them on Twitter or LinkedIn.”

The three new hires bring DCW’s head count up to 13 and join recent additions Kat Park and Tom Rouse. Alongside our new hires, we’ve also added some great new clients to our roster – including Manhattan TV, Soda Folk, ByBox and Tangle Teezer.

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