R&J Strategic Communications, a full service integrated marketing and public relations agency, announced the promotion of Jessica Cummings to Assistant Account Executive.
In her new role, Cummings will continue to be a valuable member of R&J’s real estate and healthcare teams and the diverse client roster within those industries. Since joining R&J in 2017 as an Account Coordinator, Cummings has excelled in all facets of the position, taking a leadership role on the agency’s mental health and addiction services accounts including, CarePlus NJ and NJ Connect for Recovery. Throughout her time at R&J, her strong written communication skills have rightfully earned her praise from both colleagues and clients. Cummings’ promotion positions her take on more client service responsibilities within the agency’s account team.
“Jess has a unique ability to create content that is smart, engaging and relatable, which makes her a valuable contributor to our continued success and growth,” said Tiffany Miller, Vice President of R&J Strategic Communications. “This promotion is a testament to her talent, work ethic and her willingness to take on new challenges, and is a significant step towards her next chapter of growth at R&J.”
Cummings was also responsible for coordinating one of R&J’s most successful ‘Make a Difference’ initiative, a winter coat drive collecting more than 100 coats and giving the agency and the local community an opportunity to give back to those in need this winter.
A resident of Pequannock, N.J., Cummings graduated magna cum laude from Ramapo College of New Jersey in 2017 with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and a minor in International Business. During her time at Ramapo, she was a member of both the Ramapo College Honors Program and Lambda Pi Eta, the Communication Studies honor society. Cummings also held executive, editorial, and event coordinating roles as a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma.
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