In a time of growth, thunder::tech hires four, expands services
With new transition and growth, integrated marketing agency thunder::tech has hired four new employees and promoted another, which will allow for expanded services. thunder::tech welcomed Kelly McGuire as account coordinator, Heather Driggs, J.P. Krainz as account managers and Erika Port to the Search Marketing team. The agency also recently promoted Melanie Eyerman to manager of social media services.
In her role as account coordinator, McGuire will assist the Account Services team in building and maintaining client relationships, cater to client needs and help attract new business. A graduate of Cleveland State University, McGuire earned a bachelor’s degree in marketing.
Driggs joins the Account Services team as well with more than 12 years of experience in marketing and advertising. As account manager, she will work closely with clients while coordinating with production teams to execute client projects needs and meet strategic goals. Driggs graduated with a bachelor’s degree in media management from Kent State University in 2002.
Also an account manager, Krainz comes to thunder::tech with seven years of experience. He received his Master of Business Administration from Cleveland State University in 2007 and his bachelor’s degree in marketing from John Carroll University in 2004.
To support the growth of the Search Marketing team, thunder::tech has hired Port to assist in optimizing client websites, review site content as well as design and generate keyword searches. She is currently studying communication and theatre arts at John Carroll University.
Eyerman, formerly a public relations coordinator, has been promoted to social media manager. In her new role, Eyerman will continue to explore emerging media tools, share the latest insights and technologies with clients and grow the department’s services. She received her Master of Business Administration from The Citadel in 2007 and her Bachelor of Science in communications from the University of Georgia in 2004.
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