BraveMatters announced two exciting new hires to their growing company this week by hiring Steven Newlon @StevenNewlon as their new Director of Marketing and Blake McCammon @rblake as a Strategic Planner for Social Business.
“I am pleased to welcome Steven and Blake to the BraveMatters team,” said Peter Wyro, President and Founder of BraveMatters. “Steven brings a wide range of experience to BraveMatters, both as a strategist and as an implementer. Blake has worked in the rapidly changing social media strategy environment, giving him a depth of knowledge in digital and social media most companies simply can’t offer. I believe that their combined experience and leadership, coupled with the proven ability to deliver results for clients will continue to move our business forward, allowing us to strengthen and broaden our scope of services,” Wyro added.
Steven brings nearly a decade of broad-based marketing experience to BraveMatters. An expert in brand strategy, identity, and media buying, Steven is focused on helping companies maximize return on investment, while increasing brand awareness. He is responsible for understanding the intent and scope of each client’s needs and developing and executing a well-planned strategy. Steven has led corporate marketing initiatives at national companies and served clients in entertainment, franchising, medical, non-profit, retail, including bi-lingual campaigns.
“I am energized to join this growing and innovative company. Part of what attracted me to BraveMatters was the company’s commitment to achieving results for clients through innovative marketing strategies and the ability to deliver effective ROI tactics to clients, and I am honored to be a part of it,” Newlon stated.
Blake has been creating brands, most notably; he created and nurtured the social media strategy for Northeastern State University while an undergrad. With a BBA in International Business from Northeastern State University, Blake has learned the art of developing brands across many different platforms and cultural barriers. “We have an innovative way of proving ROI on social media for clients, in an easy to understand way, that the typical ad agency just can’t offer,” added McCammon.