Tier One Partners Expands Team of Senior Talent with Addition of PR Vet Sarah Mees

Tier One Partners, a full-service PR, social media and content agency distinguished by its senior-powered teams, announced communications veteran Sarah Mees has joined the agency as senior account director. Mees has more than 15 years of experience working with innovative companies bringing disruptive new technologies to market.

“Sarah has an outstanding track record developing strategic PR programs that help emerging technology companies gain visibility and achieve business objectives,” said Marian Hughes, managing partner at Tier One Partners. “She strengthens Tier One’s expertise in several key industries, including energy, materials, software, mobile and healthcare, and is already delivering impressive results for our clients.”

Over the course of her career, Mees has successfully launched many businesses and new products for a diverse group of innovative tech companies. Prior to joining the agency, Mees ran a full-time consulting practice working with several venture-backed, B2B vendors. Mees has also held various PR and product marketing roles within the enterprise software industry.

“Having participated in Boston’s thriving high-tech scene for more than a decade, it’s great to be joining Tier One Partners as we expand the firm’s energy and technology practices. It’s gratifying to work with such talented senior PR pros who are so committed to our clients’ success,” said Mees.

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