KPS3, a full-service marketing and digital communications firm, is excited to announce that it has hired Kamille Wong as a search and digital media specialist.
Her responsibilities include supporting KPS3’s digital efforts by managing search optimization, digital ads, research strategy and more.
“KPS3 is a digital-first agency, and we’re excited to welcome another search and digital media specialist to our team,” said Andy Walden, KPS3 VP of client strategy. “She also brings a wealth of nurture and email expertise to our team.”
Wong joins KPS3 from the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa in Reno. As the web marketing specialist, she was responsible for tracking and monitoring digital marketing campaigns, including email and search campaigns. Wong also worked to ensure quality and consistency in all email and web communications.
Kamille earned her BA in journalism with a minor in economic policy from the University of Nevada in 2014.
Welcome to KPS3, Kamille!
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