Career Communications Group's Courtney Taborn Receives New Title of Digital Marketing Manager

The former Talent Management will oversee the Digital Marketing department for the company and its subsidiary organizations. In her current role, she will be critical to the company's growth and high performance.

BALTIMORE - Marylandian -- To grow and expand a company's audience and influence takes strong leadership, and to do so during a global pandemic requires even more leadership and innovative thinking. That leadership was clearly visible in Courtney Taborn, the Talent Management Specialist of Career Communications Group (CCG) who has recently been appointed a promotion to Digital Marketing Manager.

Leading up to her current position as Digital Marketing Manager, Taborn has made several significant contributions to the company:

-       Lead a website redesign team,
-       Updated the email marketing software,
-       Grew company wide targeted marketing lists by over 150%
-       Increased organized communication across all audiences by a total of 118% over the          past 12 months.

"We have an incredible group of dedicated leaders at CCG," CEO Tyrone Taborn said, "and Courtney has proven to be a valued and reliable leader in enhancing our visibility and digital communications. This has been most evident during a time where so many are living in a world of uncertainty. It takes incredible commitment and leadership to help an organization pivot and stay ahead of the curve and she's been able to do just that."

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About Courtney Taborn

Courtney Taborn, MBA is the Digital Marketing Manager for Career Communications Group, Inc. Born in Baltimore, she holds an English degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from the University of Maryland Smith School of Business. In her current position Courtney works to create integrated marketing campaigns that engage and delight her audiences.

About CCG

Career Communications Group, Inc. (CCG) publications target students actively pursuing paths to science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers. CCG publications promote STEM as integral parts of global competitiveness and America's advancement. Therefore CCG magazines aim to reach, engage and retain diverse readers as we expose them to job horizons, professional life, and forward-thinking role models in STEM fields.

For more information on CCG please visit https://intouch.ccgmag.com/.

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