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Career Highlights

Heather has built a robust and versatile communications career in marketing, public relations, branding, and business leadership. With a breadth of experience in a range of settings, from the fast-paced agency culture in major markets to working with small businesses in a close knit community, she can pivot smoothly into any role.

Most recently, Heather leveraged her expertise to re-introduce the Elizabethtown Area Chamber of Commerce to the business community with a new brand, new digital presence and a new location in the heart of Elizabethtown. Under her tenure, she measurably increased the member benefits and organization value leading to exponential growth in membership and enhanced strategic partnerships. Her laser focus on operational excellence resulted in the Chamber's financial stability and optimized its position for the future.

Prior to her time as Executive Director of the EACC, Heather had roles as the chief marketing officer and account supervisor for Merit Marketing (formerly Sacunas), where she led creative teams for the Harrisburg-based global marketing firm specializing in brand development and marketing strategy.

Heather began her career as a publicist in New York City after graduating from the University of Florida with a BA in English. She developed her marketing skills working on national product launches, event management and media exposure for clients such as Unilever, Keds, Molton Brown, Rimmel London, Aldo and The Creative Coalition.

Heather currently works as a freelance writer and marketing consultant. Various current and past clients include the Stone Gables Estate, Harrisburg University, Millstream Home, Dauphin County Bar Association, Beyond Tutoring LLC, Bigley and Blikle Law Firm, and Prizm Medical. 

Heather is the founder of the life-story writing company Be Storied, created to reflect her passion for capturing life's most meaningful moments in words. Additionally, she co-founded an online magazine, Neighborlies, where she wrote and edited articles and provided creative direction.

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