From creative to accounting, every department expands with new talent.
Conshohocken, PA, June 18, 2012 - Diccicco Battista Communication (DBC), a full-service brand communications firm, is excited to announce the addition of five new members to its team. Chris Kalin, Rob Burkholder, Caitlin Rimgaila, Sarah Rogers, and Kristi Olphin have joined the production, account management, public relations, financial, and creative departments respectively. Together, these individuals bring fresh ideas coupled with decades of experience to the agency.
Chris Kalin joins DBC as a production manager. Prior to DBC, he held similar positions at companies such as Dorland Global and the Brownstein Group, where he managed projects for companies as large as Microsoft. At DBC, Chris will oversee the purchasing, printing, and production for all of its clients.
Rob Burkholder was tapped to serve as a new account manager. He uses skills honed from his previous work as an account manager at USAgency in Lewisburg, PA to provide excellent client relations to Diccicco Battista. Rob spent time in various agency roles tackling traditional and digital initiatives in the construction, manufacturing, food services, banking and retail industries. His duties at DBC include the management of accounts for clients such as Heraeus Precious Metals North America and Inductotherm Group.
Joining DBC’s public relations department is Caitlin Rimgaila. She comes to the agency after working in consumer and retail public relations in New York City, where she managed clients such as Neutrogena and Ulta. As DBC’s public relations account manager, Caitlin will coordinate the publicity for clients like Heraeus, The Rose Group, and Mission Kids Child Advocacy Center.
Sarah Rogers is DBC’s new bookkeeper and will utilize her seven years of experience to integrate new accounting software for the agency, while coordinating billing, account reconciliation, and financial management.
Finally, Kristi Olphin, who has worked as an intern in the agency’s creative department since the Fall of 2011, has been promoted to a full-time member of the firm’s design team. Kristi studied advertising at Temple University.
With these five new additions to the team, DBC is expecting another great year. Tim Cifelli, Partner and Director of Public Relations says “These five skilled individuals bring so much to this agency, I’m really looking forward to seeing them succeed at DBC.”