Impact PR & Communications, a Hudson Valley public relations and marketing firm, announced the appointment of Kristin Delia to senior account executive. Delia joins the agency from Carolyn Izzo Integrated Communications in Nyack, New York, where she managed strategic communications campaigns, secured top-tier media placements, arranged press trips and executed events for a variety of hospitality, tourism, food and beverage and lifestyle clients.

“The best part about welcoming Kristin to the Impact team is how her experience will benefit our clients,” said Filomena Fanelli, CEO and founder of Impact PR & Communications. “Her professionalism, skill set and infectious can-do attitude will enhance our ability to provide stellar partnership to our clients. Kristin’s addition comes at the perfect time, given our agency’s rapid growth in the Hudson Valley region, New York City and beyond.”

Delia graduated magna cum laude from Niagara University’s College of Hospitality & Tourism with a degree in tourism and a concentration in event management. A lifelong Dutchess County, New York, resident, she has volunteered with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation in the Hudson Valley and the National MS Society in Western New York.

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