Klick Health made a suite of new hires and leadership announcements Thursday morning as part of its ongoing global expansion across several regional hubs, including in Asia-Pacific, Europe and Latin America.

Jennifer Lambert will join the agency as managing director, Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Roberta Raduan will serve as managing director of Latin America (LATAM).

In addition to hiring Lambert, the team has added Michael Becker as chief financial officer at Klick Group and Shaun Chalk as EVP of global client operations, and promoted Glen Webster to EVP of global operations.

The hires and promotions reflect the latest component of Klick Health’s global expansion, which it announced in June. The agency’s growing global presence required the creation of three new hubs in Singapore, London and Sao Paulo, Brazil.

“The theme throughout all of this is our unwavering commitment to health and wellness,” Klick Health CEO Lori Grant said in a statement. “This global expansion is further testament to that. The other exciting thing is our unwavering commitment to our entrepreneurial spirit — and it’s through that spirit that we’ve reimagined the model for global.”

Ari Schaefer, co-president at Klick Health, emphasized the importance of Klick Health’s approach in building internally as opposed to buying or acquiring other companies as part of developing its global expansion.

“That entire process was grounded in the understanding that making this integrated, frictionless model had to be done through creating something from scratch,” Schaefer explained. “What we’re creating will expand what it means for our clients to get exposure to integrated work across different geographies – but also integrated offerings from the Klick ecosystem where we can bring all the services, offerings and talent wherever it exists to those clients.”

The result, Schaefer said, will be an integrated global model “with borderless resourcing.”

Lambert joins Klick Health from WPP, where she spent 10 years, and most recently served as chief health officer at Wunderman Thompson Health International. While there, she led operations and talent across EMEA. Before that, she worked at Sudler & Hennessey, as well as Ogilvy.

“We’re inventing something rather than replicating it,” Lambert said of her joining Klick. “It’s building this realization that Klick is going to reimagine this traditional global model in a way that it’s truly aligned to our clients’ needs.”

Other recent hires include Catherine MacInnis as general counsel, and Jennifer White, a veteran at Klick, has been promoted to global head of growth.

The expansion sets the foundation for Klick Health’s forays into future healthcare marketing trends.

“We see the idea of elevating everything to meet the standard of generalized consumerism in terms of overall digital trends,” Schaefer said. “That might mean increasing our ability to leverage personalization technologies or omnichannel optimization technologies, all of that laddering up under the framework of digital transformation.”

A few months ago, Ryan Olohan, a veteran of Google was named EVP of growth for Klick. Weeks later, President Barack Obama discussed the state of healthcare, the most critical qualities for being an effective leader and the effects of social media in a conversation with Klick Group chairman Leerom Segal at the Klick Ideas Exchange.