|By PR Newswire||
|August 27, 2014 08:31 AM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MWW (www.mww.com), one of the top-five global independent public relations firms, today announced that Jesica Church has joined MWW as vice president in the firm's San Francisco office. Church brings more than decade of experience leading communications and implementing campaigns for consumer and consumer technology companies. In her role at MWW, Church will manage many of MWW's Bay Area's clients and contribute to the rapid growth of the firm's technology practice and San Francisco office. Church will report to Molly Mulloy, MWW's executive vice president and general manager of the San Francisco office.
"Jesica brings tremendous leadership and depth of experience to our rapidly growing San Francisco team and she will be a catalyst in helping to drive further growth," said Mulloy. "Her expertise across telecom and gaming, and in helping emerging technologies break through, will be a great resource to clients across the firm."
Prior to joining MWW, Church served as director at Allison + Partners, where she strategically managed top technology accounts such as Sprint (including Boost and Virgin Mobile), International Game Technology, CloudOn, WeHeartIt, Double Down Interactive and Thumbtack, among others. She also led consumer accounts, including Merlin Entertainment, where she led the openings of Madame Tussauds Museum and San Francisco's Dungeon attractions, as well as Beijing Media Times, where she launched its work in the U.S. Previously, Church was the senior manager at Grayling/Atomic PR where she was responsible for the leadership and management of client work including launching products, social messaging and content creation.
Church earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English and literature from California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo.
MWW is one of the nation's top mid-sized public relations firms and one of the five largest independent agencies. The firm is industry-recognized for its work in consumer lifestyle marketing, digital marketing and social media, corporate communications, public affairs and government relations, consumer technology, healthcare, LGBT marketing and visual branding.
MWW's approach to building and accelerating relevance for clients has been recognized with top industry awards, including the "North American Campaign of the Year" at the 2014 SABRE Awards, "PR Agency of the Year," by the International Business Awards, 2013 "Midsize Agency of the Year" by the Bulldog Stars of PR Awards as well as 2014 "Best Places to Work in New Jersey" by NJBiz and 2013 "Top Places to Work in PR" by PR News. For more information on the firm's capabilities and "Matter More" commitment, visit www.mww.com. Connect with MWW on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Google Plus and Instagram.
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