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Rhea + Kaiser Promotes Erin Skly to Group Account Director

by | Apr 20, 2018

Rhea + Kaiser (R+K) announced the promotion of Erin Skly to Group Account Director, Account Management + Planning.

In her new role, Erin will lead the agency’s Bayer account with primary responsibilities for client relations, strategy and integrated planning, while taking a bigger role in agency management.

“Over the last three years, Erin has proven to be a capable leader with strong strategic skills and a passion for fully integrated communications,” said R+K Senior Vice President Jeff Walter. “Erin has established strong working relationships with the client and their agency partners. We couldn’t be more excited to have her leading our Bayer account team.”

Erin joined R+K in January 2015 as an account director on the Bayer account. Prior to joining R+K, her leadership drove ground-breaking, innovative and results-driven ideas for iconic brands such as Kraft Macaroni & Cheese and DiGiorno pizza at FCB Chicago.

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