Slice Communications Promotes Victoria Lee, Hires Scott Kessler and Nick Ricci

Public relations and social media agency Slice Communications announced that it has promoted Victoria Lee and hired Scott Kessler and Nick Ricci as its newest members of the team to help service and expand the agency’s growing and diverse client base.

Lee will assume the role of a Business Development Associate, having been a Business Development Associate at the agency since November 2015. Ricci, having previously been an intern at Slice, joins the team to assume Lee’s previous role as a Business Development Assistant. Kessler joins Slice as its newest Social Media Account Manager.

“We are proud to promote Tori to Business Development Associate, as has been an integral part of our agency and its growth over the past few months,” said Cassandra Bailey, president and CEO of Slice Communications. “As well, we are thrilled to welcome Nick and Scott, who both have such fresh outlooks on our industry and keen eyes for modern trends and opportunities.”

She added, “We are excited to have these three individuals on our team. Their unique professional experiences, coupled with their diverse personalities, will bring measured success to both our clients and the company as a whole.”

Prior to joining Slice, Lee worked as a marketing and event planning consultant in Conshohocken, PA and most recently as a service professional and associate sommelier at “Seasons 52” restaurants. She has a knack for building relationships and sparking friendships, which led her to the business development team at Slice.

As a former business development intern at Slice, Ricci’s duties ranged from client outreach to assisting the business development team in a number of other pivotal tasks. His stellar work ethic led him to being offered a full-time position immediately post-graduation.

While attending Rutgers, Kessler ran an SB Nation blog and covered Major League Soccer’s Philadelphia Union. His work has been published or quoted by The Guardian (US), ESPN, Sports Illustrated and Sporting News, in addition to other publications.

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