Flackable Adds Katie Dunphy As Account Coordinator

by | Feb 21, 2018

Flackable, a national public relations and digital marketing agency headquartered in Philadelphia, has expanded its team by adding Katie Dunphy as an account coordinator. In her role, Dunphy will be responsible for developing and executing results-driven PR and digital marketing campaigns for Flackable’s growing client base.

Founded in 2014 by financial marketing strategist Brian Hart, who was recently recognized in Irish America Magazine’s 2017 Business 100 and PR News’ 2017 Rising PR Stars 30 & Under, Flackable takes a dynamic approach to helping clients reach their communication goals while leading them into the New Media Age.

“Philadelphia is home to some of the brightest, most passionate creative professionals on the planet. We moved to the city last year to tap into this abundance of talent, recruiting results-driven team members committed to our clients’ success,” said Hart. “Katie brings the talent, energy and attitude needed to flourish in her new role.”

Prior to joining Flackable, Katie completed internships with Philadelphia Magazine, ProServ Event Management, YSC Sports Marketing and Adoptions From The Heart. While at High Point, she was a member of the National Communication Association Honor Society and the National Society of Leadership and Success.

“This is beyond exciting—joining one of Philadelphia’s newest and fastest growing creative agencies,” Dunphy said. “I’m thrilled to be part of such an accomplished team, and I’m eager to help the company continue establishing itself as a premier player in the region.”

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