Stratacomm, an independently-owned full-service communications consultancy, today announced the promotions of five team members in its Washington, D.C. and Detroit offices. Kristin Gregory and Brooke Ziomek are named account directors; Nicole Golvala becomes senior account executive; and Marcella Dudek and Amber Garnett advance to the account executive position.
“Each of these individuals contribute with unwavering dedication to the firm’s clients and exhibit Stratacomm’s core values in their daily endeavors,” said Bill Buff, managing partner at Stratacomm. “Stratacomm is committed to creating opportunities for personal and professional growth through continued learning, respect to each individual and quality in everything we do.”
Kristin Gregory, promoted to account director, joined Stratacomm one year ago from a boutique sports and entertainment marketing firm. Today, Kristin leads key federal and local government accounts, including the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration and DC Streetcar.
Supporting Nissan North America for more than five years, Brooke Ziomek will continue to focus on delivering results and superior client service in her new role as account director. Brooke’s key responsibilities include overseeing product launch strategy for the automaker.
Nicole Golvala advances to senior account executive, the second promotion earned within a three-year timeframe. Nicole holds day-to-day client and account management responsibility across The Parks at Walter Reed and American Geophysical Union (AGU) and continues to manage ongoing special projects for several federal government agencies.
Marcella Dudek joined Stratacomm as an intern in 2016 and today advances to the role of account executive. Serving as day-to-day lead for her clients, Marcella provides public affairs, digital and earned media support for several of the firm’s accounts, including the Aluminum Association’s Aluminum Transportation Group, Webasto and Norfolk Southern.
After only one year as an assistant account executive, Amber Garnett is promoted to account executive. Supporting several of the firm’s key accounts, including U.S. DOE’s National Energy Technology Laboratory and the District Department of Transportation, Amber’s expertise lies in content marketing, social media and research. First joining Stratacomm in 2016 as an intern, Amber returned to Stratacomm following a brief departure to complete a master’s degree in communications from George Washington University.
Stratacomm’s commitment to nurturing the professional growth of its employees while establishing an engaging workplace recently earned the firm two prestigious honors—PR News’ Top Places to Work in Public Relations and Metro Detroit’s 2018 Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®.