Southside Marketing Group Welcomes Katie Boerema, Lori Ryan

Sunday, October 26, 2008
Katie Boerema  Lori Ryan
Katie Boerema Lori Ryan

Southside Marketing Group announced that Katie Boerema and Lori Ryan have joined the team as communications manager and graphic designer respectively.

A native of Chattanooga, Ms. Boerema graduated summa cum laude in 2002 with a bachelor of science in communication (journalism and public relations) from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. She brings several years of experience in project management, media relations and copywriting. She also has a strong background in pharmaceutical sales. She is also well versed in website coding and design.

A music enthusiast, Ms. Boerema plays violin for L’Abri Symphony Orchestra with her husband, Paul, who plays French horn. After business hours, she enjoys going to football games with her family and traveling. Katie and Paul reside in East Brainerd.

Ms. Ryan recently moved to Chattanooga from Aniston, Ala., where she was the founding art director of Black & White, Birmingham’s first entertainment newspaper, and where she and her husband created Birmingham Weekly.

She attended Massachusetts College of Art and Emmanuel College and received her bachelor of arts in studio art.

Her creative and fresh perspective will be especially helpful in her endeavors in developing marketing campaigns for Southside’s diverse clientele, it was stated.

On the weekend, she can be found enjoying the local music scene with her husband, Shawn, or creating oil paintings at their home in Red Bank. She is also a licensed massage therapist, a reiki practitioner, and the mother of two sons, both chefs, who reside in Alabama.

Southside Marketing Group, LLC is an affiliate of Henderson Hutcherson & McCullough, PLLC, and is located at 1200 Market St. Southside specializes in creative marketing, advertising and public relations strategies for small and medium size businesses.

For more information, call 423 648-7787 or email Ronelle Sellers at rsellers@southsidemarketinggroup.com. You can also visit Southside Marketing Group online at www.southsidemarketinggroup.com.

Lori Ryan
Lori Ryan

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