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R&J Strategic Communications Promotes Rebecca Smith to Senior Account Exec

by | Dec 12, 2018

R&J Strategic Communications, a full service integrated marketing and public relations agency, announced that Rebecca Smith has earned a promotion to the position of Senior Account Executive. In her new role, Smith will continue to lead day-to-day account activities for her clients in the healthcare and non-profit sectors, while expanding her role in the development of account strategies and oversight of team members.

“Rebecca has quickly established herself as an expert communicator and a trusted advisor to clients and colleagues alike,” said Tiffany Miller, Vice President of R&J Strategic Communications. “Her promotion is very well-deserved and will enable her to deliver even more value to our clients as she takes on additional responsibilities.”

Smith has excelled in the role of Account Executive since joining R&J in March of 2017. Quickly becoming an asset to the agency’s healthcare team, she played a crucial role in growing the practice area by implementing successful communications campaigns for high-profile accounts, which range from the largest healthcare delivery system in New Jersey to community-based addiction treatment centers.

Smith a Bridgewater, N.J.  resident, graduated summa cum laude from Rider University, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations and a Master of Arts in Business Communication.

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