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Alexandria-based digital agency and consulting firm IMGE announced today the addition of three new members as the firm continues its rapid growth in 2016. IMGE provides top-level public relations strategies for Fortune 500 companies, issue advocacy associations, and political campaigns.
Shelby Williams is joining IMGE as a Corporate Senior Account Manager; Maggie Walsh joins the Political Team as an Account Manager; and Leo Lutz joins the team as IMGE’s new Operations Manager.
“We’re excited about our rapid growth and the meaningful work IMGE executes for our clients every day. Shelby, Maggie, and Leo will help us continue delivering high-quality services in this fast-paced environment,” stated IMGE Vice President Megan Foote.
IMGE Chairman Phil Musser added, “As IMGE continues our growth and the work-pace quickens in 2016, the addition of Maggie, Shelby, and Leo to our team comes at the right time to ensure our clients continue receiving what they’ve come to expect – innovative and impactful products and services.”
Shelby Williams joins IMGE as a Senior Account Manager with the Corporate Team. She will also continue her role as Managing Director at the non-profit Empowered Women, and her diverse communications background includes previous positions as a language strategist at the market research firm maslansky+partners, as well as a client strategist at Engage. Williams is a proud alumna of the University of Chicago and originally hails from Hawaii.
Maggie Walsh joins IMGE as an Account Manager on the Political Team. Maggie most recently spent three years as the Digital Marketing Manager at Americans for Prosperity where she oversaw nationwide digital efforts with AFP partner organizations across many top states. Walsh hails from New Jersey and graduated from Rowan University.
Leo Lutz joins the IMGE team in the front office as Operations Manager after working on Capitol Hill the past year in Congressman Rodney Davis’s office. Lutz is a graduate of Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri. Leo’s family owns and operates Lutz’s Barbecue restaurant near the Missouri State Capitol in Jefferson City, and they’ve won the “Best Sauce” award five times from the American Royal barbecue competition – considered the World Series of Barbecue.
In addition to announcing the hiring of Shelby, Maggie, and Leo, IMGE also announced that two graphic design fellows were offered full-time positions to remain with the agency.
Maggie Chambers, a Michigan native, is a recent Alma College graduate who joins the IMGE design and development team as a Junior Graphic Designer. Before IMGE, Maggie was interning at the Make-A-Wish Foundation and Women Employed in Chicago, IL. She also served as a Social Media Manager for a hotel and restaurant business in her hometown on Mackinac Island, MI. Still new to DC, Maggie loves to spend her free time exploring the city in search of good craft beer. She also loves traveling, the outdoors, biking, and dogs!
Ashley Morris recently graduated from Towson University in December 2015 with a BFA in Graphic Design and a Business Minor. Ashley’s held multiple Graphic Design Internships within a variety of business sectors; including real estate, tool manufacturing, and sorority and fraternity organizations. She also previously worked with the homeless community in Baltimore by designing newsletters, posters, and flyers to promote awareness – the program helped those in need by letting them sell these products for profit. Ashley hails from a really small town where people would drive tractors to high school.
Specializing in developing, managing, and executing digital strategies for a variety of political and corporate clients, IMGE is a full service digital media consulting group capable of executing strategy from idea-stage to execution. IMGE routinely works with clients to create highly effective digital strategies from scratch that are customized to fit their particular campaign needs.
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