SAN FRANCISCO — In recognition of their contributions to the agency, Allison+Partners has expanded its executive leadership by elevating seven senior members of its team to partner.

They are:

  • Brent Diggins, managing director, measurement + analytics, who has expanded the agency’s measurement capability globally, and developed the Allison+Partners’ proprietary Influence Impact scoring system since joining the agency in 2010.

  • Courtney Newman, the senior VP who founded the agency’s learning + development group that provides ongoing professional development and education to employees around the world.

  • Jeremy Rosenberg, managing director, digital, who has grown the firm’s digital capabilities to include website development, influencer programming and paid media efforts.

  • Jim Selman, who, as managing director of UK + Ireland, has widened the agency’s presence in the region and expanded the industries served, resulting in the operation’s 35% growth in 2017.

  • Julia Farrell, global chief financial officer, who the agency credits with refining and improving its global financial operations since joining in 2016.

  • Kevin Nabipour, the managing director who launched the agency’s content strategies group that delivers integrated content campaigns, film and video production, strategy services and branded editorial for clients.

  • Tom Smith, who, as managing director, corporate, has played an integral role in doubling the size of the corporate practice and expanded business beyond traditional earned channels to include more integrated work.

In joining the ranks of partners, the newly christened execs are responsible for furthering the health and growth of Allison+Partners business, as well as driving agency-wide initiatives beyond those specific to their jobs.

“When we launched Allison+Partners, we put an emphasis on ‘+Partners’ knowing that collaboration would be key to our long-term success,” said chairman and CEO Scott Allison. “Our newest partners have contributed greatly to this success, and will take on larger responsibilities as we continue our evolution of the agency.”