December 2, 2019

Red Havas Named a Top Place to Work + More PRNEWS Honors

by Ellen Mallernee Barnes in Awards, News, Redster Culture

Red Havas, superstar account lead Courtney Myers, and the teams from the Global Climate Action Summit, Transitions Optical, and Curiosity Cube picked up some new hardware Nov. 21 at PRNEWS’s Top Places to Work in PR & Agency Elite Awards gala.

Redsters Taylor Jeffrey, Brian Ackermann, Bre Zboran and Joseph Giumarra represent our agency at the PRNEWS Awards
Joe Giumarra accepted our agency’s award in the Environmental category for Global Climate Action Summit

Red Havas was honored as one of the Top Places to Work, recognizing that we’ve created a workplace that prioritizes work-life balance, gives back to the community, and advocates for diversity and inclusion—as well as provides top-notch cultural programs, benefits and more. The award cited the clear career path and strong growth opportunities afforded to Redsters, its formal mentorship offering, and the fast-track program that identifies and promotes high achievers.

Courtney was a co-winner in the Account Lead category. She serves on our senior leadership team, running Red Havas’ largest account, Transitions Optical. Her strong leadership over more than a decade has helped that brand grow awareness and revenue, and we’re proud of the creativity and can-do effort she’s brought to her account work since joining Red Havas in 1997.

Red Havas teams also received honors in the Environmental category for Global Climate Action Summit and honorable mentions in the Community Relations category for the Curiosity Cube project and in the Product Launch Category for the Transitions Style Products launch. PRNEWS hosted the gala awards luncheon at New York City’s Yale Club in Manhattan.

We’re thrilled for our newest award winners and appreciate all the hard work that has led to the phenomenal momentum our agency is building.