Waterhouse Public Relations Adds Designer To Digital Team

Thursday, October 18, 2018
Sydnee Wisler
Sydnee Wisler

Waterhouse Public Relations is expanding its digital team with the addition of Sydnee Wisler, an artistic designer who has refined her craft across a variety of industries. In her role as Digital Coordinator, Ms. Wisler will apply her demonstrated expertise to develop and execute digital projects for Waterhouse Public Relations and its various clients.

 

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Wisler has played integral roles in brand development, content creation and special event planning for a diverse range of companies including minor league baseball, ministry and real estate. She is dedicated to generating high quality, original content for clients and engaging with their target audiences on a consistent basis.

 

“Sydnee’s attention to detail and inventive style make her a terrific addition to the Waterhouse Public Relations team,” said Albert Waterhouse, president and CEO. “Her diverse experience across a variety of industries makes her a valuable asset to our growing team.”

 

Ms. Wisler is an Atlanta native who now calls Chattanooga home with her fiancé, Tanner. She holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations and marketing from Samford University in Birmingham.



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