ATLANTA – October 5, 2017 – Cookerly Public Relations, a leading Atlanta-based agency, today announced the hiring of Cindy Meltzer as director of social media. She will help guide marquee clients to embrace the full power of paid, earned, shared and owned communications to achieve their goals.
“Cindy is an exceptional practitioner who uses her expertise to identify digital opportunities that drive business goals,” said Stephen Brown, chief innovation officer for Cookerly. “She has an acute understanding of the world of social media that will be of immeasurable value to our clients.”
Cindy comes to the firm with years of experience heading up social media strategy at best-in-class brands such as Stonyfield Farm and Primrose Schools. At Stonyfield she developed and executed national social media campaigns for products such as the YoBaby and YoKids children’s yogurt brands. Her breadth of skills includes social media advertising, social listening, content strategy and influencer marketing.
She is a Massachusetts native with advanced degrees from Boston College and Syracuse University. Cindy enjoys family road trips, geocaching with her kids, discovering podcasts and exploring Southern food as a New England transplant.
“We were impressed with Cindy’s social media skills from the outset and are thrilled to welcome her,” said Carol Cookerly, founder and president of Cookerly Public Relations. “Given her many years of hard work and proven reputation of results, we intend to accomplish great work together.”
About Cookerly Public Relations
Cookerly Public Relations provides focused, public relations counsel to an array of clients – from Fortune 500 companies to the public sector—across a broad range of industries including finance, environment, healthcare, technology and professional services. The seasoned experience of the Cookerly team delivers measurable results that strengthen our clients’ bottom lines through effective media relations, issues management and crisis communication, branding, and B-to-B and B-to-C marketing communications.