AMF Media Group Announces Several Leadership Promotions

by | Jan 4, 2019

AMF Media Group (AMF), an award-winning, full-service marketing and public relations agency, has made several leadership promotions within its PR, content and creative teams.

“We are constantly evaluating how to best serve all clients,” said Vintage Foster, CEO of AMF Media Group. “That meant making some adjustments to our leadership team to more fully utilize our top-notch staff. We look forward to what the New Year has in store.”

Caitie Nolan has assumed the role of Director of PR and Content from which she will drive public relations and content strategies that maximize reputation and brand awareness for clients. Prior to joining AMF more than two years ago as PR Management Supervisor, Nolan worked at global public relations agency MSLGROUP. She will oversee the agency’s PR and Content team and will serve as the lead for those services across all AMF offices.

Joining her in an increased role, Lauren Finley has been promoted from Graphic Designer to Associate Creative Director. Finley has constantly demonstrated her in-depth branding knowledge and artistic skills to exceed client expectations. She will serve as the creative lead for AMF’s San Luis Obispo region. Creative Director Joe Lopez will continue to oversee creative work for the agency’s headquarters in San Ramon.

Michael Clinebell, previously Senior Director of Content Services, will become Senior Director of Strategic Initiatives. Clinebell is an experienced communications leader who has worked in corporate communications, public relations and journalism. Prior to joining AMF, he spent a decade as an editor and reporter, including with the Silicon Valley/San Jose Business Journal and the Reno Gazette-Journal. In his new role, he will work directly with clients to identify specific marketing communications needs and goals.

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