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Kathleen Battin has been promoted to senior account executive, the firm announced.

| April 26, 2013

Kathleen Battin. Image courtesy of Melamed Riley.

CLEVELAND - Melamed Riley announced the promotion of Kathleen Battin to senior account executive. Battin will take on expanded responsibilities within the agency, including a more senior-level role on her primary client, FMC Professional Solutions. Battin joined Melamed Riley as an associate account executive in 2008.

"Kathleen has made extraordinary contributions to Melamed Riley in general and her clients in particular," said Sarah Melamed, president. "We look forward to seeing the positive impact she'll have in this new role."

Melamed Riley is an award-winning advertising, branding and interactive agency located in Cleveland. The agency's account roster includes MetroHealth, FMC Professional Solutions, Ohio University and Craftmaster International.

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