Sharp Communications Names David Ellis Senior Vice President, Digital & Social Media

by | Sep 25, 2019

Sharp Communications, Inc., an award-winning public relations, social media and special events agency, has announced the appointment of David Ellis as Senior Vice President, Digital & Social Media. Ellis’ primary responsibilities include overseeing the digital practice and leading strategy across Sharp’s full portfolio of clients in luxury lifestyle, architecture & design, arts & culture, health & wellness, financial services, hospitality, and more.

With nearly 15 years of digital marketing experience, Ellis was most recently Vice President, Digital at Edelman, guiding digital strategy and programming for brands including Samsung, CVS, and Comcast.

“We’re increasingly working on digital-first initiatives, influencer programs, and campaigns that blend organic and paid media, and we’re thrilled to have David at the helm,” said Laura Mortensen, President of Sharp. “His deep industry experience, coupled with his passion for our client categories, makes him a perfect fit for our senior management team.”

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