MDB Communications, Inc., promoted Kelsey Daddio to Director of Integrated Media.
In this role, states a release, Daddio will continue to bring a fresh insight to media planning and buying at MDB, across a fully integrated suite of media channels, ensuring our clients connect and engage with their target audiences in new and innovative means across the ever-changing media landscape.
Daddio has been in a media planning and buying role at MDB Communications for almost five years now, most recently as Senior Media Planner/Buyer, spearheading both traditional, digital and social media plans for DC Lottery, Chevy Chase Trust, Roy Rogers Restaurants and Experience Prince George’s County, along with other client assignments.
“Kelsey’s dedication to her craft, fierce negotiation skills, deep media partner relationships and enthusiasm empower her to deliver outstanding results for our clients,” says Cary Hatch, MDB CEO. Adds Carole Reuschle, VP Media Director, “We are thrilled to recognize the contributions Kelsey makes day in and day out on behalf of our clients, and we look forward to her continued growth at MDB.”
Prior to joining MDB, Daddio was with Meridian Group in Virginia Beach and Dave Iwans and Associates, Inc. (DIA) in Norfolk. She has worked across several industries, including lottery and gaming, QSR, automotive, healthcare and education, along with travel and tourism, bringing nearly a decade of full-service, omni-channel media experience to bear for her clients.
Daddio graduated from Christopher Newport University with a degree in communications studies and sociology. She is currently Co-Chair of the March of Dimes Young Professionals Board DC Chapter, and has been a member of DC Ad Club since joining MDB in 2016.
MDB Communications, a Capitol Communicator sponsor, is celebrating more than 35 years of being independently owned and wholly committed, and is a full-service advertising and marketing communications firm. In addition to clients such as Fannie Mae, Destination DC, The International Spy Museum, the DC Lottery and Roy Rogers Restaurants, MDB works on a pro bono basis for Heroes, Inc.
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