Susan Anderson Named Vice President of Social Media at 451 Marketing

Social Media Professional Promoted at National Communications Agency

Executive Vice President Francis Skipper today announced that Susie (Susan) Anderson has been promoted to Vice President of Social Media and Influencer Relations. With more than eight years of experience in the social media, community management and journalism fields, Susie leads the social media department in developing and managing integrated campaigns for 451 Marketing’s growing list of clients.

“We’re thrilled to fully utilize Susie’s expertise to lead social and influencer strategies for 451,” said Francis Skipper. “Susie is truly an asset to the company, and I am excited to see where she can take this role.”

Susie joined 451 Marketing after working as a social media consultant. She also managed the launch of the Boston community for Groupon, building the subscriber list and performing publicity and social media outreach.

“It’s been so exciting being a part of the huge growth of 451 Marketing over the last four years,” said Susie. “I’m looking forward to further building our agency’s influencer program and continuing to lead the social media team.”
Susie earned her master’s degree in writing and publishing from Emerson College after earning her bachelor’s in English and communication from the University of New Hampshire.

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Agency 451 knows it’s not about you or us, it’s about THEM…Your customers! By starting with consumer insights, our agency provides strategic creative, digital marketing and public relations campaigns that are compelling and engaging. Founded in 2004, 451 is one of the fastest growing independent agencies in the country with three offices and over eighty-five full-time staff. Winners of numerous industry awards for creative excellence, outstanding achievement in public relations, and innovation in digital marketing, 451 prides itself and credits its growth to the agency’s motto to always “exceed our clients’ expectations.”