R&J Strategic Communications, a full-service integrated marketing and public relations agency, announced the promotion of Jennifer Rothschild to Senior Graphic Designer.

In her new role at R&J, Rothschild will be responsible for designing and developing successful marketing collateral across print, web, and new media platforms for R&J and its clients. She will continue to contribute her expertise to the creative team by producing high-quality visual communications content tailored to the needs of the clients’ strategic goals. In addition to helping steer the direction of the growing creative team, Rothschild will also take on greater client service responsibilities, leading several long-time trusted accounts.

Since joining R&J in 2015, Rothschild has excelled in all facets of the position, producing award-winning creative content for both R&J and its clients.

“Jenn is well-deserving of this promotion, as she has proven to be an invaluable member to the team,” said Steve Guberman, Vice President of Creative and Digital Services. “By showing initiative on many client projects and accounts, she has been instrumental in the creative process. This promotion is a testament to that, as well as a step towards her next chapter with the growth of R&J.”

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