Former Editor in Chief of Tile Magazine Joins Steinreich Communications as Content Manager

by | Feb 24, 2022

Steinreich Communications Group, Inc., an international public relations firm, has appointed Heather Carter, the former editor in chief at TILE Magazine, as content manager.

In her new role, Carter will be in charge of creating narratives for the firm’s home furnishings clients. She will also provide mentorship to junior staff on writing and strategic trade media placement.

Prior to joining Steinreich Communications, Carter served as editor in chief at TILE, one of the leading trade publications in the flooring industry, where she steadily rose through the ranks over an eight-year period. As a multi-platform journalist, she has worked in print, online, social media, video and podcasts. Earlier in her career, she worked for a weekly newspaper chain in Princeton, where she was associate editor.

“We are thrilled to welcome Heather to our team. Her knowledge of the home furnishings industry provides our clients with insight and expertise that is a great asset to their programs. The fact that she has extensive experience in multi-platforms is also critical in today’s day and age,” said president and CEO Stan Steinreich.

Carter received her bachelor’s degree from Rider University, where she majored in journalism.

She resides in Lincoln Park, New Jersey with her family.

Founded in 2003, Steinreich Communications represents some of the world’s leading corporations and consumer brands. It is one of the nation’s fastest-growing, full-service public relations firms with offices in New York, New Jersey, Washington, Los Angeles, High Point, London, Frankfurt, Tel Aviv, and Dubai. For more information, visit www.scompr.com.

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