Stratacomm, a full-service, integrated communications agency in Washington, D.C., and Detroit, added six to its D.C. office:
– Darius Booker joined as an assistant account executive. As a recent graduate, Booker will launch his career as a strategic communications professional supporting the agency’s Department of Energy and Department of Transportation work;
– Megan Corson joined as a senior art director. Her branding, print and website design expertise will be leveraged to support all agency accounts;
– Kara Frank joined as an account director, supporting Stratacomm’s work with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) and National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA);
– Meredith Frank joined as a project manager. Frank’s will provide oversight and day-to-day management of all agency creative and advertising initiatives;
– Nilayam “Nil” Patel joined as a graphic designer; and,
– Jenny Rios re-joined Stratacomm as vice president. Rios previously spent 10 years at Stratacomm and returns to support the agency’s work with FMCSA.

David Hudson joined the Motion Picture Association as senior director of digital content and social media, reports Multichannel News.  Hudson comes from Accountable US, but his resume is a varied one, and he is no stranger to MPA. Hudson was with Precision Strategies back in 2016, the communications firm that helped promote MPA’s diversity initiative in the wake of #OscarsSoWhite.  His resume also includes the Center for American Progress, and the Obama White House, where he was associate director for content, managing, among other things, the We the People petition platform and working on interactive content for

Nahigian Strategies and Carr Companies opened Big Whig Media, which is billed as centrally located a few steps from the White House and a mile from 16 federal agencies at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel. The facility will provide “top-of-the-line editing services to enable digital, television, radio, and podcast production, Big Whig will offer associations, businesses and organizations of all sizes the opportunity to launch and maintain their digital content and broadcasting needs.”

Photo: Kogod Courtyard Washington, D.C., by Paul Duning.

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