idfive Promotes Three to Associate Vice President
Baltimore, MD (January 7th, 2019) Integrated marketing agency idfive announced that it has promoted Director of Finance Tara Nowakowski as well as Directors of Client Services Jake Tarbert and Caitlin Currey to Associate Vice President positions.
“We are excited to promote these hard working fivers and recognize them for their contributions to our team,” said Andres Zapata, co-founder of idfive. “idfive has seen some incredible growth in recent years and these individuals are a big part of that. Their work is our work and our growth is theirs.”
Nowakowski joined idfive in 2005 and is one of the firm’s original founders. Tarbert and Currey have both been with idfive for over five years.
The promotions are a part of idfive’s ambitious growth goals. The company is currently hiring staff for its new Baltimore office on the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) campus as well as its office at the Ruta N innovation center in Medellín, Colombia.
idfive is an integrated marketing agency that works with brands on a mission in education, health, nonprofit, and social design. Born in the digital age and raised in Baltimore, the agency uses research and user experience to guide its web design, communications, media, and branding practices for a broad range of clients—including Colgate University, United Way of Central Maryland, the Maryland Food Bank and Walden University. Honored for award-winning work and company culture, idfive’s 40-plus-person team strives to produce great work for brands it believes in. idfive operates offices in Baltimore, MD and Medellín, Colombia. For more information, visit: idfive.com
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