Crawford, a full-service strategic marketing agency based in Greenville, has promoted two veteran team members. Anna Maloney has been named senior account executive, and Jalesa Cooley is now a public relations account executive.
“As the agency continues to grow and client needs increase, it is exciting to recognize Anna and Jalesa’s contributions with these well-deserved promotions,” said Jane Hall, account director. “Both Anna and Jalesa are instrumental to our team and bring thoughtful, creative solutions to our clients. We are very grateful to have them on team Crawford.”
As senior account executive, Maloney leads multiple account teams, managing client communications, campaign execution and overall strategy development. She graduated from Clemson University and has been a driving force on Crawford’s team over the past five years, having led several diverse accounts across a variety of industries, including travel and tourism and higher education.
“Partnering with clients to create and implement strategic marketing plans allows me to blend my passions for problem-solving and serving others,” said Maloney. “I am thankful to be taking the next step in my career at Crawford through this role and am very appreciative of the agency’s confidence in my abilities to lead and grow.”
A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Cooley joined Crawford with a keen understanding of public relations and strategic communications. In this expanded role she will further support Crawford clients, working closely with them to develop and execute effective public relations campaigns, craft compelling content and secure editorial coverage that promotes brand awareness.
“I have grown tremendously over the years at Crawford and am grateful for the opportunity to step into this role,” said Cooley. “To work with a company that values my personal and professional development is incomparable, and I look forward to continued growth and success.”
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