We’re excited to announce that Jaclyn March has joined the team! As senior account director, she is responsible for the day-to-day management of our clients’ projects, assisting with the strategic direction and the ongoing growth of their marketing and communications efforts.
Prior to joining us, Jaclyn worked as a consultant and public relations specialist for QuantumMark, LLC, a Reno-based consulting firm, where she focused on marketing responsibilities as well as client projects including project management to private and public sectors. Prior to that, she served as the lead public relations specialist at International Game Technology (IGT). Before joining IGT, she worked as media buyer and account executive at Minor Adverting and Public Relations.
Jaclyn graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a bachelor’s degree in communication and a bachelor degree in psychology. You can get to know Jaclyn more here.
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