TBC, Inc. in Baltimore announced 14 hires and an internal promotion, citing client expansion and organic growth.
Kelsey Miller joins TBC as public relations director, where she will lead strategic development for TBC public relations clients, and supervise and execute media relations and social media campaigns. Miller comes to TBC after a five-year tenure at Golin where she led all public relations strategy and programming for the Greater Baltimore McDonald’s business.
Darren Wright is now account director, joining from Stream Companies, an automotive-focused integrated ad agency outside of Philadelphia serving dealerships nationwide.
Named print production manager, Monika Lynde has more than 25 years experience in the professional printing industry. During her career, Lynde has worked with organizations such as Time Life Books, World Bank, Smithsonian Institute, and National Geographic Society, among others.
Before joining TBC as an account supervisor, Steve Kienz Krose from project coordinator to senior account executive in the Winston-Salem office of Mullen Advertising.
Joining from Siquis, Alex Ferrari is now account supervisor on the newly acquired Sears Canada account.
In just two years with TBC, Claire Knudsen has risen from account executive to account supervisor within the agency’s Digital PR team where she will continue to guide social media strategy across all client accounts.
Additional agency hires include:
· Keegan Dauber, broadcast editor
· Seth Albee, broadcast editor
· Elizabeth Welsh, digital PR assistant account executive
· Ryan Davis, assistant digital media planner
· Julia Denick, assistant digital media planner/buyer
· Miriam Mathis, assistant digital media planner/buyer
· Mateo Marquez, digital developer
· Joshua Meloney, senior digital media planner/buyer
· Amanda Brown, senior digital analyst
“We are confident that the talent we’ve brought in will grow our current business, attract new clients, and continue to develop and mentor junior staff,” said TBC Co-President Howe Burch.
“Our organic growth is a testament to the success of the integrated business solutions that TBC is known for executing,” added Co-President Nichole Baccala. “We know our new and rising team members will continue this exciting momentum.”
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