Brooke Williams Joins Whitehouse Post New York as Executive Producer

The Whitehouse Post New York has brought in Brooke Williams as executive producer.

A seasoned producer, manager and marketing and business development expert, Williams joins Whitehouse Post after spending the past decade working for outlets including 72andSunny, TBWA/Chiat/Day, Juice Studios, MPC and The Mill.

“My advertising career was born in Los Angeles at 72andsunny and TBWA/Chiat/Day,” says Williams. “From producing high-end, large-scale events at the Naval Observatory and the State Department in DC, to the fast-paced and creative world of advertising in Los Angeles, the first day I put the feet in this industry, I knew I had found my calling.”

Over the course of her career, Williams has engaged in creative new business partnerships with a variety of top brands including Apple, Mercedes, Meta, Airbnb, Adidas, Miller Lite and MassMutual. With experience in advertising agencies, production and visual effects houses, Williams brings a broad understanding of post and creative workflow to this role. For her, taking on the position of executive producer was the perfect next step. In addition to leading the New York team, she will focus on growth, new partnerships and strategic alliances.

“When I was presented with this exciting opportunity to join Whitehouse as an EP, I knew pretty quickly that this was the career change I was looking for,” says Williams. “I was able to tell during the interview process what it would be like to work with this talented team, everyone was so kind and collaborative and cares tremendously about doing a great job. Their reputation in the industry is globally recognized as one of the best editorial companies in the world. I also love that they are independent and offer creative resources beyond editorial through their partnerships with companies like Cap Gun, Carbon and Scholar.

“Brooke couldn’t have come to see us at a better time,” says partner Joni Williamson. “His enthusiasm and strong reputation in our industry is next level. I’m more than happy to work alongside him and I know our editors feel the same way.

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