Julia Kruper Hired as Account Coordinator

We are excited to announce KPS3 Marketing has hired Julia Kruper as an account coordinator for the full-service marketing communications agency. Kruper is responsible for supporting our firm’s account managers with research, writing and editing.

Kruper graduated from the University of Puget Sound in Washington, where she received her bachelor’s degree in English Literature. While pursuing her degree, Kruper was nominated for the Writing Excellence Award. During her time at the University of Puget Sound, Kruper also managed the university’s Phone-a-Thon, a nonprofit program that facilitates fundraising for student financial aid. Kruper also participated on the Varsity Crew team and volunteered as an advocate for the Sexual Assault Center of Pierce County.

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