Altitude Marketing, an integrated marketing agency serving technology-focused B2B companies and manufacturers, is happy to announce Jaime Heintzelman’s promotion from manager of production and operations to director of production and operations.
Heintzelman’s previous role as manager of production and operations consisted primarily of HR, project management and accounting operations, which included coordinating production schedules, balancing employee workload, ensuring budget alignments and more.
“Since starting with us in 2012, Jaime’s natural ability to synthesize and organize data while spearheading project management and helping drive operational efficiencies has made her an essential member of our team,” said Altitude President Andrew Stanten. “Jaime has the clear-cut ability to look at the big picture and sort through the small details to ensure the end goal is met and delivered to clients in a timely fashion and with top-notch quality. Her dedication to the Altitude team has been proven time and again and her keen eye for details and making sure all projects are efficiently coordinated has made her an essential figure for Altitude operations and client satisfaction. Her recent promotion to director of production and operations is well-deserved, and we are incredibly proud to have her on our team.”
Heintzelman’s new role will involve a more strategic approach to leading the charge of production and process efficiency for Altitude’s various departments.
Prior to joining team Altitude, Heintzelman served as a senior consultant at Booz Allen Hamilton in Washington, D.C. where she worked closely with the FDA and USDA. Heintzelman earned her bachelor’s degree in communications and marketing from Misericordia University.
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.