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RICHMOND HILL, GA – February 26, 2024 – Lesley Francis Public Relations (LFPR) has announced the appointment of a new graphic designer, Katelynn Santiago. In her new role, Santiago will be responsible for developing visual concepts including flyers, logos, promotional collateral, brochures, and reports across a wide range of print and digital platforms.
Santiago earned her Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architectural Studies from the University of Arkansas, where she helped design the student-run on-campus newspaper and magazine. After gaining industry graphic design experience, she returned to school to earn her Master of Fine Arts in Design Management from Savannah College of Art and Design where she specialized in the business side of design. Outside of work, Santiago plays rugby for the Savannah Shamrocks Rugby Club and serves as Secretary and Communications Committee Chair on their Board of Directors. Other than rugby, she enjoys cultivating her plant collection, eating at local food spots, and playing board games with her friends.
“I am thrilled to join the team at Lesley Francis Public Relations,” Santiago said. “I look forward to using my prior skills, knowledge and experience in the graphic design realm to create impactful work for LFPR and our wide range of clients.”
As a full-service marketing agency, LFPR’s digital marketing services have grown significantly in recent years, reflecting the evolution of the promotional landscape. The 13-year-old agency continues to offer expertise in traditional public relations and strategic counsel to a wide range of clients and sectors. LFPR offers a comprehensive range of services, including media relations, copywriting, strategic input, reputation management, issues and crisis management, digital design, graphic design, branding, event management, and advertising, as well as website, online marketing, and social media services. For more information, please visit lesleyfrancispr.com.
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For media inquiries, please contact Lesley Francis at firstname.lastname@example.org or 912-429-3950 or the team at 912-417-LFPR (5377).
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