Altitude Marketing, an integrated marketing agency serving technology-focused B2B companies and manufacturers, is excited to announce that Barbara Quaglieri has been promoted to digital marketing manager.
Before joining full-time in fall 2017 as a digital marketing specialist, Quaglieri initially joined the team as marketing, PR and social media intern from September 2016 to May 2017, followed by a digital marketing internship for summer 2017. As manager, she will oversee all operations relating to the development, implementation and management of digital marketing campaigns.
“Since starting full-time at Altitude, Barbara has consistently delivered beyond expectations, has deftly taken on everything tossed her way and continues to grow in her knowledge and passion for digital marketing,” said Altitude President Andrew Stanten. “She has more than earned this next step up in her Altitude career, and I couldn’t be more thankful for all of her hard work, positivity and dedication to this team.”
As Altitude’s digital marketing offering continues to grow and evolve to meet market demands, room for another team member opened up – and Kyle Krajewski, another former intern from summer 2018, joined Team Altitude as digital marketing coordinator. He will work closely with Quaglieri to execute and manage client campaigns.
“We are thrilled to welcome Kyle back to Team Altitude,” said Stanten. “As an intern, he gained extensive knowledge about digital marketing, Altitude clients and our processes, and his true passion for data and analytics has shown in his work ever since. It’s truly a joy to watch former interns blossom here at Altitude.”
Krajewski graduated from Kutztown University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s degree in marketing.
About Altitude Marketing
Altitude Marketing, a full-service, integrated marketing firm, serves the unique needs of technology-oriented B2B companies from early-stage to established. Altitude is headquartered in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley, near Philadelphia, Princeton and New York, and within driving distance of Boston and Washington, D.C.