PHILADELPHIA– Bellevue Communications Group announced that Theresa Spencer has been hired as an Account Executive, effective immediately. In her new role with the company, Spencer will support a number of the firm’s major accounts while assuming direct control of several other client projects as well.
“Theresa is a great addition to our team here at Bellevue,” said President Kevin A. Feeley, “With her background and experience, we are confident in Theresa’s ability to lead her clients to success.”
Theresa has over 12 years of experience in marketing and public relations and is an award-winning writer and communications strategist. Prior to joining Bellevue’s team, she served as Communications Director for the American Heart Association. Throughout her career, she has been responsible for building partnerships with media outlets, foundations, companies, non-profits, and community-based organizations, where she plays a critical role in optimizing community engagement and achieving goals.
Spencer has an award-winning track record of offering innovative solutions to maximize brand identity, engagement, and social impact through strategic planning. She is also the 2022 recipient of the Lenfest Next Generation Award.
“I’m thrilled to join Bellevue Communications Group and eager to help drive the firm’s growth,” said Spencer, “I am aligned with Bellevue’s business philosophy and strategy, as it resonates with my views that: 1) Good public relations means more than drafting press releases and creating press kits 2) effective communications starts with knowing what actually constitutes news, and 3) creating customized and effective public relations strategies. I look forward to working with the team to deliver gold-standard service to our valued clients.”
Spencer serves on the board of directors of Philadelphia City Rowing, the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists, and Fringe Arts. During her time on the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists board, she has received the President’s award for increased membership engagement by 80%.
She graduated with her master’s in Strategic and Global Communications from West Chester University of Pennsylvania.