Friday, 17 March 2017 14:06

Local Firm Welcomes New Hires

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SARATOGA SPRINGS — Last week, the Patient Experience Project (PEP), a full-service, patient-centric communications agency on Congress Place, announced the hiring of Emily Jahn and Katie Brites.

“Emily and Katie are very talented individuals who have hit the ground running,” explained Dan Bobear, president of the PEP, in a statement. “They join a growing team of professionals at PEP dedicated to going above and beyond to improve the journey of patients through our work.”

Jahn is an award-winning graphic designer who joins PEP as an art director. In her role, she designs print and digital materials, including branding, posters, brochures, websites, and various interactive and interface designs. 

Before joining PEP, Jahn worked as a graphic designer in Albany for Upside Collective, a design and marketing firm, as well as the Hearst Corporation’s Times Union Magazine Division. She has a wide range of experience designing websites, logos, brand identities, and print pieces. 

Jahn earned her bachelor’s degree in graphic design from The College of Saint Rose in Albany.

As an account manager at PEP, Brites serves as a liaison to clients, managing all aspects of client accounts and ensuring deliverables are executed to the highest degree of excellence. She comes to PEP from inVentiv Health Managed Markets where she served as an account executive. 

Previously, Brites worked in sales and marketing positions at Boxcar Media, LLC in North Adams, Massachusetts, and Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort.

 

Brites is actively pursuing her MBA at The College of Saint Rose and obtained a bachelor’s degree from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts in North Adams.

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