New work, new faces and a New Year!

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There’s not enough room here to recap all the developments of what turned out to be an incredibly busy 2019, so instead we decided to use this space to look ahead to some of the excitement around some of the new business and new partnerships 2020 has in store.

New faces!

We’re thanking our lucky stars to be starting the New Year with a proven, dynamic duo to take our clients’ marketing campaigns to new heights. In October, we welcomed Erika Sabatos and Diana Berry to Evolution, and our clients are already singing their praises. They bring a combined 40+ years of experience in digital, social and traditional media marketing to our team.

Another new edition is Account Associate Jordan Yates. Prior to joining the Evolution team, Jordan ghostwrote for private and nonprofit companies in the AR/VR and emerging technologies, food and drink, app development, and healthcare fields. Her writing has been featured on Huffington Post, Apple News, Fatherly and more.  At Evolution, she supports both our digital media and public relations arms through content writing, social media management, paid search management and SEO.

Last but definitely not least, we also welcomed back Digital Media Director Taylor Rosty, who picked up where she left off managing social media, SEO and paid search campaigns for clients, as well as leading accounts for Parker Arts and Raika Technologies. Her unstoppable positivity is an added bonus to having her back in the office, and we’re all in love with her canine assistant, Thor.

New work!

On the new client front, we’re happy to announce that in January we’ll begin messaging and media relations work for the Colorado Children’s Campaign.

The CCC is a venerated, nonpartisan nonprofit working daily to create equity in student achievement between low-income and minority children and their peers, secure affordable healthcare and healthy communities for all Colorado children, and guarantee access to quality K-12 education for all Colorado students.

Another new client we’ll begin representing in 2020 is the Littleton Public Schools Foundation, a nonprofit working hand-in-hand with the Littleton Public School District to identify opportunities to bring mental health programs, STEM opportunities and health services to all students in Littleton Public Schools.

We’re beyond excited to begin the New Year working to create better outcomes for children in Colorado by supporting and advancing the work of these and two other nonprofits already in our client roster, Every Child Pediatrics, and the Tri-County Health Department.

And… that’s a wrap

We hope 2019 was a successful and fulfilling for you as it was for us here at Evolution, and we hope 2020 brings unexpected opportunities and meaningful connections to your businesses and families. Here’s to a relaxing and enjoyable holiday season and a New Year full of good fortune for us all.