Crowe PR Expands San Diego Team; Hires Erin Brown as Account Supervisor

by | Dec 29, 2017

Crowe PR, a Southern California-based, internationally-focused public relations firm, known for its progressive, results-based approach, announced the addition of Erin Brown as account supervisor. In her new role, Brown will be responsible for managing client and media relations, strategic planning and team development.

Prior to joining Crowe PR, Brown spent nearly six years working with and in local media. Working as an account supervisor at a local PR agency, she was responsible for handling client communication, account management, and media relations for hotels, restaurants, and lifestyle brands in San Diego. Before her public relations experience, Brown worked as a television news producer at FOX 5 San Diego, where she learned storytelling techniques, how to grab consumer’s attention through newsworthy headlines, and how to develop innovative TV segments.

“Erin is a great addition to our team,” said Anna Crowe, founder and CEO of Crowe PR. “Her organizational skills, passion for storytelling and drive were evident from the start. We look forward to seeing Erin’s hard work and leadership skills in action, which are sure to bring added success to Crowe PR and our clients.”

“Finding the right job and team is imperative to growing and thriving in the industry,” said Brown. “I knew the first day that I gained a family with Crowe PR, not just a new job. From the incredible team to our unbelievable clients, the company culture is warm, friendly, and empowering. I believe my strengths will benefit the team and I am looking forward to seeing what I can do in my new role and for our clients.”

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