Director of Client Services
Erin leads CMA’s client service efforts by managing the business unit operations and budgets; ensuring brand awareness; leading client strategy development and execution; providing creative direction/strategies; establishing and attaining strategic goals and leveraging her expertise in account management. Her growth through the agency over the course of 10+ years has provided Erin with a profound knowledge that she harnesses to direct and execute client delight and award-winning programs. Her team of creative marketing professionals help drive the vision and deliver excellent results for CMA clients.
Brag time – Erin was instrumental in establishing CMA’s Brandstorm program, a complimentary marketing consultation that is offered to business prospects. During her tenure, Erin played a significant role in contributing to CMA’s successful journey of 100+ awards for marketing excellence, most recently the Outstanding Small Business of the Year award as well as her own award including SNJ Business People’s Top 40 Under 40 honor, the New Jersey Advertising Club’s Jersey’s Best MARCOM Professionals under 40, SNJ’s Top Women in Business, and as a finalist with honorable mention for the Young Professional of the Year by the MIDJersey Chamber of Commerce’s midJersey Business magazine.
Erin’s twin boys, Wyatt and Luke, arrived in May 2016, shifting Erin’s “play hard” time to a new direction. She is basking in her dual role as Mom and career woman. Erin cherishes her family time and surrounds herself with good friends and laughter.
Rider University – Bachelor’s in Communications, with a concentration in business and professional speech and a minor in Marketing and Advertising
The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential…these are the keys that will unlock the door to excellence.
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