KPS3 Marketing, a full-service marketing and digital communications firm, has hired Megan Duggan as account director.
Her responsibilities include the oversight and day-to-day management of accounts and providing integrated marketing communication support for the ongoing growth and success of current and future clients.
Prior to joining KPS3, Duggan was the marketing and communications director at Sierra Nevada Journeys, a local 501(c)(3) nonprofit, and led the team during a period of incredible growth. Prior to that, Duggan was a digital media specialist at Noble Studios where she focused on search engine optimization (SEO) for clients ranging from local businesses, destination marketing organizations, and global education leaders.
Duggan graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in advertising and a minor in digital media.
Contributing to our community
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