Katy Vaninger joins Golden Marketing Inc.
Katy Vaninger joins the St. Louis-based, international consulting firm Golden Marketing Inc. as a Marketing Associate. She was offered a full-time position following her successful summer internship with the firm. In her new role, Vaninger writes press releases, researches and drafts copy for clients' electronic and print collateral, and manages several websites.
"We were at a point where we needed research and writing assistance and thought it would be a great time to create a paid summer internship program," says Michelle Golden, CEO. "Katy blew us away—her talent and great attitude were immediately apparent. She is a rising star and we're glad to have her on our team."
A Trenton, Illinois native, Vaninger is a 2008 graduate of Saint Louis University (SLU) with a B.A. in communication and a certificate in creative and professional writing. At SLU, she completed coursework in developing integrated communication campaigns. She was also a member of the Public Relations and Advertising Clubs and spent a semester abroad at the university's Madrid, Spain, campus.
She has held several other marketing and public relations intern positions where she organized survey results, wrote press documents, and assisted with fundraising event preparations.
About Golden Marketing
In 1999, founder Michelle Golden launched Golden Marketing Resources Inc. (dba Golden Marketing Inc. and Golden Practices Inc.) to aid professional service firms with practice management and growth. Working with law and accounting firms throughout the U.S. and abroad (from solo firms to the Big Four) she has helped nearly 100 firms achieve results that include doubling revenue, attracting top talent, aligning management, increasing proposal wins, developing and launching new products, and consistently improving client relationships.
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