Mirum Minneapolis Welcomes 4 New Hires

By Erik Oster Comment

Mirum welcomed four new hires to its Minneapolis office.

Andrea Vogel joins Mirum as director of production, while Kelsey Storkamp arrives at the agency as associate design director, Jordan Bainer as associate business director and Kara Murphy as business development director.

Vogel (pictured, center right) arrives at Mirum from UnitedHealth Group, where she spent around a year as director of web operations for its digital communications team. Prior to that she spent a year as director of digital operations for Life Time, following a year as a senior project manager for the company. Before that she served a stint as an account director for SapientNitro, following a year as director of project management for Wunderman. She also has experience at Fallon, Olson, Target and Popular Front.

Storkamp (pictured, far left) joins Mirum from Honeywell, where she served a stint as digital product designer. Prior to that she spent over four years in interactive  director roles with Olson, working with clients including McDonald’s, Target and Baylor College of Medicine.

Bainer (pictured, far right) arrives from Periscope, where he spent over years leading the agency’s Best Buy, ExxonMobil, Petco, Truvia and Cox Automotive accounts as account supervisor. Prior to that he served as a senior account executive with Lipman Hearne and d.trio marketing group.

Murphy (pictured, center left) joins Mirum following a stint as a consultant. Before that she spent over two years as vice president, client services for Modern Climate, following two years as engagement director for the agency.

“Our clients are asking for our partnership in solving problems across the digital spectrum,” Mirum Minneapolis managing director Julie Koepsell said in a statement. “For this, we needed senior leaders with diverse skill sets. These four appointments display exceptional talent and will also positively impact our cultural as we continue to grow. We couldn’t be more excited about them joining the Mirum team.”

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