R&J Strategic Communications, a full service integrated marketing and public relations agency, announced the promotion of Rebecca Smith to Account Executive.
In her new position, Smith will continue to play an integral role in the agency’s growing healthcare and behavioral health teams.
Since joining R&J Strategic Communications in March 2017 as an Assistant Account Executive, Smith has proven to be a key member within the agency’s expanding healthcare team. In her new role, Smith will be responsible for helping to set and implement communication strategies while continuing to build and maintain valuable media relationships. Smith will also continue to manage day-to-day operations for her clients, which range from the largest healthcare delivery system in New Jersey to community-based addiction treatment centers.
“In less than a year, Rebecca has demonstrated a diverse skillset and her contributions have earned the trust and praise of her clients,” said Tiffany Miller, Associate Vice President of R&J Strategic Communications. “She has shown a real knack for media relations and client service and possesses many of the skills that make a great account manager. She is well-deserving of this promotion and we look forward to her continued growth with our agency in her new role.”
Smith graduated summa cum laude from Rider University, and served as one of the founding members of Rider University’s Public Relations Student Society of America.
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