Ultimate Edge Communications Appoints Anna Graham to Position of Executive Assistant/Office Manager

Sydney, August 20th, 2020: Sydney-based media marketing consultancy Ultimate Edge Communications (UEC) has appointed Anna Graham to the role of Executive Assistant & Office Manager to support its clients and creative teams across all projects and operations.

With over seven years’ experience across international creative agencies including McCann, Leo Burnett and Clemenger BBDO, Anna brings an extensive background in project management, event planning, stakeholder management and process optimisation to UEC.

“I’m delighted to have found the right person for this role,” explains Ultimate Edge Communications founder and CEO, Aleisha McCall. “While sorting through the 216 applications and getting down to a short list of 10 incredible people, Anna embodied all the right personal qualities to be successful in this role and contribute industry-specific knowledge, skills and experience to the team.”

Since its inception in 2014, UEC has engaged with a wide range of Australian and international brands, including Paspaley, Under Armour, Mortgage House, RedBalloon, Jeans for Genes and many more.

“I’m very excited to be working with Aleisha and the UEC team,” says Anna. “She’ll be a fantastic mentor as I look forward to developing my career as UEC continues to scale its client portfolio via its innovative approaches. What impressed me right from the start was Aleisha’s positivity and enthusiasm. It’s refreshing and infectious, making working with her that much more enjoyable. As I’m soon to be a mother myself, I’m especially keen to draw from her experience to holistically manage my personal and professional lives as she challenges and nurtures me to be my best, as she has done herself.”

McCall concludes “I founded UEC and invested over $250,000 in the automation of systems and processes to empower and encourage people like Anna to join our team knowing we provide the flexibility and autonomy they seek, whether it’s to have a family, care for an elderly family member, undertake advanced study, compete as an elite athlete or be dedicated to a hobby or other community activity.”

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