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Jennifer Lederman To Lead Nomad’s New York Office


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Jennifer Lederman
Jennifer Lederman
Nomad Editing Company has hired executive producer and company partner Jennifer Lederman to lead its New York office. Lederman joins Nomad from BlueRock, where she served as vice president/managing director. She brings with her agency experience at FCB and J. Walter Thompson, as well as a tenure at postproduction company, Red Car.

“We are really excited that Jennifer is joining the Nomad team and sharing her talent with us,” said Nomad partner/editor Tom Muldoon. “Her history in the business and her reputation are undeniable. Her skill for developing and nurturing top-notch talent throughout her career as a result of her playful yet astute business sense has earned her many loyal fans along the way.”

Lederman began as a business manager working on national accounts at New York ad agencies FCB and J. Walter Thompson. Her next move brought her to the postproduction side of the business where she rose through the ranks of Red Car to become national managing director and oversaw five offices nationwide. During her time at Red Car, Jennifer created a design and VFX division. In 2010, Lederman joined BlueRock as vice president/managing director where she managed teams working on national and international campaigns for a variety of brands. Jennifer is a board member of AICE and a past member of NYWIFT.

“Becoming part of the Nomad team was an incredibly easy and exciting decision,” said Lederman. “The company’s reputation and their work has inspired me throughout my career. I’m actually star-struck over the editors and reels I now represent.”

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