At Sachs Media Group, we place an emphasis on each individual’s skill sets, believing those unique strengths contribute to form a smart, strong and strategic staff. We recently bolstered our team by adding four rising stars who demonstrate exceptional ability and consistently add value to even our most seasoned professionals.
The firm welcomes Amy Ridings, Courtney Davidson and Drew Piers to our Public Relations and Public Affairs team, and Ashley Schaffer to our Social/Digital team. Each of our newest associates began their time at Sachs Media Group as interns and proved themselves with their own unique talents and backgrounds.
- Account Executive, Amy Ridings, earned a degree in sociology, specializing in statistics. By following this path, she developed a love of understanding research, numbers and most of all – people. This background paved the way for her current focus on the firm’s education initiatives and the policy issues related to education reform.
- Public Relations Associate, Courtney Davidson, is a second generation public relations professional, so communications is in her DNA. She graduated at the top of her class and recently passed an entry-level credentialing program in public relations.
- Digital Account Associate, Ashley Schaffer, has been able to incorporate her love for social media, technology and philanthropy into both her career and the rest of her life. In her spare time, she enjoys writing for her lifestyle blog called Lattes & Letters.
- Public Affairs Associate, Drew Piers, joined Sachs Media Group with a background in public affairs, honed during an internship in the Executive Office of the Governor. This proved to be especially beneficial during the 2013 Florida Legislative Session.
These four young professionals exemplify the hard work and dedication that Sachs Media Group is looking for to stay ahead in the ever-changing world of communications. They bring a refreshing perspective that allows us to develop new tools and tactics to most effectively meet and exceed our clients’ needs.