Woodruff Sweitzer Adds Four Team Members
Agency adds three to Kansas City staff, one in Columbia
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (November 8, 2016) – As the agency’s client roster continues to grow, so does its need for top-notch staffers. As a result, Woodruff Sweitzer (WS) recently announced the addition of Jenell Loschke, Kelsey Maggio and Sarah Chaney to its Kansas City office and Collin Huff to its Columbia, Missouri, office.
“As our clients continue to expand their communications outreach, the agency responds by adding fantastic people, in various disciplines, to our team,” said Terry Woodruff, president and chief executive officer, Woodruff Sweitzer. “All four of these individuals have great skill sets, be it in account service, public relations, or copywriting, and they will be immediate assets to the work being done for our clients.”
Meet the Newest WS Staff Members
Loschke joins WS as a public relations manager. Prior to her new position, she held account management and media relations positions at Charleston Orwig, where she was responsible for message development, media outreach, event planning and issues management. Loschke holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Maggio joins WS as a copywriter. She most recently worked as an associate creative director of content at Turn the Page Online Marketing in Lee’s Summit, Missouri. Maggio started her collegiate career as a Walter Williams Scholar at the University of Missouri School of Journalism before transferring to DePaul University in Chicago, where she received her public relations and advertising degree. She also attended the Chicago Portfolio School for an emphasis in copywriting.
Chaney joins the agency as an account coordinator. Before coming to WS, she worked as a new business assistant at GlynnDevins. Chaney graduated from Central Missouri State University (now, University of Central Missouri) with a bachelor’s degree in organizational communications and a minor in psychology.
Finally, Huff has joined as an account coordinator. He previously worked as a marketing and communications intern for the Maryville (Mo.) R-II School District. He currently is attending Northwest Missouri State for a business management and marketing degree.