Natalie Roy Joins Full Media's Chattanooga Office

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Internet marketing and website development company, Full Media, recently hired Natalie Roy as an Internet marketing analyst in the company’s Chattanooga office.

Ms. Roy joins Full Media with an extensive background in public relations and marketing. A Chattanooga native, she is dedicated to the community and growing businesses within it. “I care deeply about Chattanooga, so it’s exciting to work for a business that values this community as much as I do” said Ms. Roy.

Specializing in public relations, Ms.

Roy plans to leverage her industry savvy to serve Full Media clients using her skills in online media relations and content marketing.  Ms. Roy says she is ready to take her knowledge of online media management and apply it to the variety of web-based services Full Media offers including search engine optimization, online ad management, online public relations, social media management and e-mail marketing.

Ms. Roy is a graduate of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga where she double majored in English Literature and Communication. She has previous professional experience as a managing editor at a local media outlet and marketing coordinator for a Chattanooga-based construction company. Her experiences , she says, have given her multiple perspectives of online media and a deep understanding of the Chattanooga market.   

Full Media CEO Kris Nordholz said, “We have seen our Chattanooga team do great things and are truly grateful to have team members like Natalie join the office. It is important that our team members are innovative and dedicated members of the community. Full Media is proud to be part of the Chattanooga community.”


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