Impact PR & Communications Brings on Sheila Bogan as Senior Account Executive

by | Apr 17, 2019

Adding to its growing team, Impact PR & Communications, Ltd., an award-winning Hudson Valley public relations and marketing agency, has announced the appointment of Sheila Bogan to senior account executive. In this role, she will oversee several of the firm’s professional services, non-profit and tourism, lifestyle and hospitality clients.

Bogan joins Impact from the American Cancer Society, where she has worked for more than three years, most recently as a community development manager, managing numerous events and raising more than $1 million for the not-for-profit.

“Sheila’s sharp writing, social media savvy, on-point project management skills, creativity and collaborative nature will no doubt be an asset to the clients we partner with,” said Filomena Fanelli, CEO and founder of Impact PR & Communications. “Her interest and involvement in the community are a natural match for what Impact stands for. We are so pleased to welcome such a like-minded professional aboard.”

Bogan was recently named a Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce Forty Under 40, is in the Leadership Dutchess Class of 2019 and is co-chair for Membership and Communications for the Hudson Valley Young Professionals. A graduate of St. Michael’s College in Colchester, Vermont, Bogan holds a Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies, Journalism and Digital Arts and, in her spare time, volunteers for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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