Hattie started her career on the Ogilvy integrated grad scheme, working on a number integrated client accounts including Unilever and IBM. She joined Karmarama in 2004, seeing the agency grow exponentially during this time and become part of Accenture Interactive at the end of 2016. She has worked with clients including Diageo, Molson Coors, Amstel, MTV and Unibet during this time as well as heading up new business and marketing for the agency. She’s a founding member and former President of Bloom and an active member of WACL, now sitting on the WACL Executive Committee running Gatherings for rising female talent in the industry. She is also a Trustee of White Ribbon Alliance advocating for women’s health globally – and in for the last few years has been found at Glastonbury tattooing bands on behalf of the charity (temporary tattoos sadly).
"I’m thrilled to be part of the judging panel for the DADIS. As one of the longest running awards in the digital space they’ve become renowned for shining a light on some of the most progressive digital work which is a really making a difference, which we can all learn from and which raises the bar for best practice across the industry."