Matulonis Joins Rubenstein Public Relations to Lead Social Media Activities

Richard Rubenstein, president of Rubenstein Public Relations (RPR; www.rubensteinpr.com), announced that Katie Matulonis has joined the firm as Social Media Manager to advise RPR's clients on new strategies for developing their digital presence, as well as to oversee the agency's social media properties and assist with developing new business opportunities.

"Katie's extensive experience developing and managing campaigns in the social and digital media spaces will be essential to our clients, now that these activities have become integral to virtually every public relations strategy across all industries," Rubenstein said.

"We also look forward to sharing more about our agency's employees and activities with the online community through on our own social media platforms."

Prior to joining RPR, Matulonis worked with consumer, luxury and hospitality brands across numerous online platforms at Goldstein Communications. Matulonis' other previous experience includes public relations and marketing positions at Penny Benjamin Productions, where she worked with an emerging recording artist to build his profile through publicity and social media, and Edible Assets, which she helped to develop awareness and business opportunities through marketing campaigns and public relations outreach.

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