The Ehrhardt Group Promotes Dominique Ellis to Director of Account Services
NEW ORLEANS – The Ehrhardt Group (TEG) today announced the promotion of Dominique C. Ellis to director of account services. In her new role, Ellis will oversee all account activity of the firm’s vast list of clients and advise account staff members to ensure the highest professional counsel related to media, corporate communications and community relations is delivered. Details were shared in a press release.
Ellis is also tasked with the professional development of account staff members and working with the firm’s leadership to effectively enhance new business development efforts.
“During Dominique’s time here, she has reinforced current client relationships, helped establish new ones and implemented better practices to the way we approach our work,” said Marc Ehrhardt, president of The Ehrhardt Group. “Her diverse experience and passion for developing innovative solutions to further client partnerships are the qualities of an exemplary leader.”
With more than a decade of experience in public relations, marketing, communications and business development, Ellis has honed her skills over the years to strategically develop and implement customized campaigns for her clients while working to build teams and internal processes within the firm. She has overseen award-winning public affair, corporate communication, media relation, issues management and crisis management programs with local, national and international clients. Throughout her career, she has represented Fortune 500 companies, non-profits, coalitions and start-ups in a variety of industries, including education, lifestyle & leisure, tourism & hospitality, governmental relations, healthcare and technology.
Prior to joining The Ehrhardt Group, Ellis owned a boutique PR and marketing firm and served as marketing and communications director for companies and firms in New Orleans and New York. She received her B.A. from Loyola University New Orleans and is an active member of the Committee for a Better New Orleans’ Bryan Bell Metropolitan Leadership Forum.