Herman Walldorf Hires Sarah Lester Chrzan As Communications And Marketing Facilitator

Friday, June 27, 2014
Herman Walldorf Commercial Real Estate announces that Sarah Lester Chrzan has joined the Herman Walldorf Commercial Team as a communications & marketing facilitator. In this role, Ms. Chrzan will coordinate communication with clients, and advance marketing systems for Walldorf focusing on email, social media, and print and web campaigns.
 
Ms. Chrzan’s background includes nearly seven years of experience in building programs and marketing efforts, most recently supporting internal operations for Courseload, a growing education technology company based in Indianapolis, In. Previously, Ms. Chrzan worked at CreateHere in Chattanooga, serving as coordinator of Chattanooga Stand, a grassroots community visioning campaign that gathered feedback from over 26,000 residents.
 
 
Agent Benjamin Pitts says, “We are thrilled to have Sarah join the team to support our commitment to serve our clients well. She is enthusiastic about Chattanooga, and her experience will help us identify and implement best practices for communications and marketing in an constantly advancing media environment.”

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