Taft Promotes Audrey Wallendal to Communications Manager, Julia Masse to Senior Account Coordinator

by | Jul 3, 2019

Taft Communications announced the promotion of Audrey Wallendal to communications manager and Julia Masse to senior account coordinator. Over the last two years, Wallendal and Masse have played instrumental roles on several key client accounts.

Wallendal, a Flemington native, joined Taft with experience in the healthcare industry executing communications campaigns, events, and client relations. Previously, she served as an account representative at a healthcare public relations firm and got her start through internships with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and Hunterdon Healthcare. Wallendal received her bachelor’s degree in integrated marketing communications from Ithaca College and a Master of Public Administration at Rutgers University.

Masse, a Gloucester Township native, came to Taft after internships with Thomas/Boyd Communications and the Philadelphia Soul. She earned dual bachelor’s degrees in public relations and advertising, graduating Summa Cum Laude from Rowan University. Masse also has a certificate in project management from Cornell University.

“We are very pleased to promote such talented members of our team and see them play such an integral role in Taft’s outstanding client service and agency culture,” said Taft President Ted Deutsch.

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