Mace+Carmichael Welcomes Digital Content Strategist

Thursday, November 29, 2018
The full-service public relations agency Mace+Carmichael today announced Chloe Grabeman as Digital Content Strategist.  Ms. Grabeman will be responsible for planning, developing and delivering impactful digital content to align with clients’ business goals. 

“Chloe is excellent at all stages of content creation and is a digital guru,” says Amanda Carmichael, partner at M+C. “We’re looking forward to seeing the impact her skill set has for our client base.” 

Ms.
Grabeman earned a bachelor’s degree in public relations at Lee University.  She previously managed digital strategy, online platforms and communications for Georgetown County Chamber of Commerce in Georgetown, SC.  She is also a published author with her book entitled "Real and True: Hope for the Restless Heart," which she co-authored with her mother. 

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