She will be a tremendous asset to our public relations practice and as the spearhead for our new small business development and consulting division,” said LeRoux.
Barrington, RI (PRWEB) May 30, 2013
The Link Agency, Inc. Founder Tracy LeRoux today announced that Ana Cabrera has returned to the Agency in a new capacity as Director of Marketing & Communications. In prior years, Cabrera had worked on a contract basis performing writing and public relations duties.
An expert bilingual communicator, Ana Cabrera joins The Link Agency with experience in multiple sectors: public relations, telecommunications, sales, political campaigns, marketing and non-profit. Now Cabrera’s responsibilities will include partnering with existing and new clients on strategies to increase their visibility and expand their customer bases.
“Ana is an award winning writer, has great people skills and a long track record of communications, sales and marketing projects. She will be a tremendous asset to our public relations practice and as the spearhead for our new small business development and consulting division,” said LeRoux.
Prior to assuming her Director of Marketing & Communications duties at The Link Agency, Cabrera worked in business development at Towerstream, served as Communications Director for the Department of The Secretary of State at the Rhode Island State House, headed up communications and events at the YMCA of Pawtucket Corporate HQ and was a reporter at WJAR TV/NBC. Cabrera received numerous awards for her writing at The Providence Phoenix and Providence En Espanol.
“I’m pleased to learn that Ana has joined The Link Agency,” said Dr. Richard J. Shuldiner, OD, F.A.A.O and founder of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (IALVS). “I’m looking forward to working with her on IALVS projects in the future.”
About The Link Agency:
The Link Agency, Inc., is a national advertising and marketing communications firm, located in Rhode Island and offering scalable marketing solutions to help businesses and non-profits grow.