Dixon Schwabl is pleased to announce the promotion of David Brodsky to senior account executive, client relations, Courtney O’Gorman to public relations coordinator, Adam Wingate to senior digital marketing analyst and Jewel Mastrodonato to junior art director.
In his new role, Brodsky will continue to focus on new business inquires and request for proposals and information. He will be responsible for partnering with clients and work that are the right fit for the agency’s culture, approach and expertise. Brodsky has more than five years of experience in the marketing industry and has been with Dixon Schwabl since 2016 when he joined the team as account executive.
Brodsky earned his Bachelor of Science in new media publishing from Rochester Institute of Technology. He resides in East Henrietta with his wife, Lindsey, and their daughter.
As public relations coordinator, O’Gorman will execute strategic public relations initiatives and tactics for clients in the not-for-profit and consumer markets. She will be responsible for the day-to-day management of small to medium-sized public relations accounts. In addition, she will serve as supervisor and mentor to the public relations interns. O’Gorman has been with Dixon Schwabl since 2016 and most recently served as public relations assistant.
O’Gorman earned her Bachelor of Arts in communication from the State University of New York at Geneseo. Outside of the office she is active in her community and serves on the board of directors for the Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival and on the PRSA Rochester PRism Awards committee. She resides in Greece.
In his new role, Wingate will be responsible for the strategic and day-to-day management of automated marketing programs for client accounts. In addition, he will ensure that all marketing programs align with client goals by working with client sale teams to drive revenue through marketing and advertising. Wingate has five years of experience in the marketing industry and has been with Dixon Schwabl since 2016. He most recently served as digital analyst.
Wingate earned his Bachelor of Science in marketing and management from Rochester Institute of Technology. He resides in Fairport.
As junior art director, Mastrodonato will assist in art direction on visual aspects of client advertising and media campaigns. She will develop designs and create visual concepts that communicate ideas that inspire, inform and captivate consumers. Mastrodonato has been with Dixon Schwabl since 2015 and most recently served as the agency’s director of first impressions.
Mastrodonato earned her associate degree in visual communication and graphic design from Monroe Community College and her bachelor’s degree in psychology from The College at Brockport. She resides in the city of Rochester.