WVIA hires new corporate development representative to serve the Susquehanna Valley | WVIA

WVIA hires new corporate development representative to serve the Susquehanna Valley

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PITTSTON, Pa. – WVIA recently hired Jennifer Neuhard Rempe to work in the Susquehanna Valley as a corporate development representative. Jennifer primarily will handle all WVIA underwriting and corporate sponsorships to come out of the Lycoming, Columbia, Northumberland, Union, Montour and Snyder counties.

 

“Jennifer comes to WVIA Public Broadcasting with a broad knowledge of the Susquehanna Valley region, as well as a zeal for all things public broadcasting,” stated Ron Prislupski, Vice-President for Corporate Underwriting, WVIA. “Her marketing and fundraising experience all over the Eastern Seaboard will help us to hone the media mix for our clients here and support the very specific underwriting needs for our Susquehanna Valley partners. WVIA is based in Pittston, but we like the idea of having Jennifer being based in the Susquehanna Valley.”

 

Rempe comes with over 20 years of experience in fundraising, marketing and higher education, having worked at the Florida Institute of Technology for seven years as the vice president for university marketing and Susquehanna Valley CASA.  Most recently, Rempe was with Lycoming College (Williamsport, PA) in the marketing department, supporting the admissions function.

 

Jennifer holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Cedar Crest College in Allentown and an MBA from the Florida Institute of Technology, in Melbourne, FL. She resides in Watsontown with her husband, three children and more than a few animals.

 

To contact Jennifer for information about WVIA sponsorship opportunities please call 570-602-1138 or e-mail jenniferrempe@wvia.org.

 

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