Elle Graham-Dixon is a strategy director and partner at BBH. Day-to-day she leads strategy on the award-winning Virgin Media account and the Refuge charity account.
Elle sits on the Global MD diversity board and runs a series of initiatives to drive equality through all elements of agency culture and creative output. In 2014, she was shortlisted for the IPA Woman of Tomorrow award for work addressing the gender pay gap.
Elle started her career in digital and direct agencies Poke and Elvis where she championed social effectiveness for Orange and Cadbury. At Elvis, she lead many winning pitches including NOW TV, Sky, Auto Trader and Mondelez. She later moved to Karmarama to work on BBC Youth where she repositioned Radio 1 and Radio 1Xtra. During her time at Karmarama, she was invited to sit on The IPA Social works panel as a result of her DMA award-winning work across both Mondelez and Onken.
Outside of BBH, Elle is a judge for the Effies Awards, a writer for The Marketing Society, regular keynote speaker and also sits on the board of Chicken Town, an anti-obesity charity in Tottenham.