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LMO Advertising Announces Six Hires and Three Promotions

by | Nov 18, 2014

LMO Advertising announced six new hires:

Rich Mays has been hired as a C# Developer in the agency’s Baltimore, Md, office. Mays will play an integral role in the support of lead processing;

Liz Morgan has been hired as the agency’s receptionist. In her role, Morgan supervises the front desk and assists the agency with general administrative tasks;

Shelby Nicholas has been hired as an account coordinator and will work on local advertising campaigns;

Ally Simmons has been added as an account executive and she will work on operations;

Ike Osamor has been hired as a SSIS Developer. Osamor is a Microsoft Certified Developer and will work out of the agency’s Baltimore office supporting lead processing; and,

Heather Vitas has been hired as a QA analyst in the Baltimore office. Vitas will be developing and executing test plans for LMO’s digital projects to ensure they are delivering the highest quality of work.

In addition, LMO has also announced three promotions:

Christina Krug has been promoted to associate creative director/art and will expand upon her duties as art director by leading client content and relationship building;

Peter Matseykanets has been promoted to senior backend developer and will work to strengthen and improve LMO’s current development processes; and,

Dustin Rubin has been promoted to senior brand manager. In his new role, Rubin will lead social media programs for a variety of clients.

LMO also announced two Fall interns: Chantel Moncriffe, media intern, and Max Walker, advertising intern.

Founded in 1995, LMO Advertising is a full-service communications agency with offices in Arlington, Va. and Baltimore, Md.

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