Weber Shandwick today announced the hiring of two new employees in the agency’s digital communications and consumer marketing practices.
Emily Norine has been hired as an interactive and print project manager in the digital communications practice. Her role will support the development of printed branding assets and collateral, websites, interactive press kits, e-newsletters and e-mail campaigns for a range of clients across the agency. Before Weber Shandwick, Norine spent three years as an account coordinator in Thomson Reuters’ creative services department where she managed projects for print, Web, e-commerce and district marketing clients. Norine received a bachelor of arts in theology from Calvin College in Grand Rapids, Mich., and spent a semester studying at Oak Hill Seminary, Middlesex University in London, England.
Leslie Hopp has been hired as assistant account executive upon completion of her internship in the consumer marketing practice. Since joining Weber Shandwick, Hopp has supported the 2010 Census and Kemps accounts, assisting with results measurement and reporting for proactive and reactive media relations. Prior to Weber Shandwick, Hopp worked at Delta Sky Magazine as an editorial assistant and held internships at Corporate Fox Sports West, McFarland Cahill Communications and the Republican National Convention. Hopp graduated with a bachelor of arts in public relations and minor in business administration and in classics from the University of Southern California.