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Impact PR & Communications Promotes Kristin Delia to Associate Vice President

by | Mar 5, 2020

Award-winning public relations and marketing agency Impact PR & Communications has promoted Kristin Delia to associate vice president. Delia, who was recently named a Forty Under 40 by the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce (DCRCOC), previously served as an account manager. In her more than two years at Impact PR & Communications, she has successfully led campaigns for several of the firm’s largest and most prominent accounts, six of which were recognized as award-winning.

Kristin Delia

Kristin Delia

“Kristin is passionate about delivering results for our clients, whether they are in the real estate, tourism and hospitality, food and beverage or not-for-profit space,” said Filomena Fanelli, CEO and founder of Impact PR & Communications. “Beyond that, she’s emerged as a strong leader and mentor to others and someone who commands respect, not just within our company and from our clients, but within the community.”

Delia is a graduate of the Leadership Dutchess Class of 2019 and serves on committees for the Mid-Hudson Valley Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and First Friday Poughkeepsie. She has presented for DCRCOC’s Youth Leadership group, served on committees for The Arc of Dutchess and Hudson Valley Young Professionals. Delia graduated magna cum laude from Niagara University’s College of Hospitality & Tourism with a degree in tourism and a concentration in event management.

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