Teak Media + Communication, a B-Corp certified public relations firm that serves nonprofits and socially responsible companies, welcomed Sage Morander as an Account Executive. In this role, Morander will work to build recognition for clients, which drives the revenue that empowers organizations to do their good work.
Morander brings her experience in media relations, content creation, thought leadership and brand building to the talented Teak team. Prior to joining Teak, Morander served as an Account Executive at Matter Communications, where she focused on writing bylines and creating opportunities for earned media placements for B2B and technology companies.
“It is an honor to join Teak’s team of seasoned PR professionals who are using their skills to amplify the work of companies focused on solving society’s most complex and pressing challenges,” Morander explains. “I am grateful for the opportunity to help businesses use their power for good.”
Morander’s desire for purpose made her a perfect fit for the Teak team, according to Teak Media President Jackie Russell. “Sage’s passion for mission-driven work is palpable,” Russell said. “I quickly knew she would serve Teak’s clients well and enjoy her place on the Teak team.”
Morander grew up in Rhode Island and currently resides in Warwick, RI. She obtained a BS in Marketing from the University of Kansas in 2016.
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