Megan Myers, Account StrategistIn her role as Account Strategist, Megan works with JPL’s clients on an on-going basis to develop brand strategies, marketing plans and integrated communication campaigns. Prior to JPL, Megan served as account supervisor with Pavone, where she built relationships and brands for major B-to-B and B-to-C companies such as W.L. Gore & Associates, Fulton Financial Corporation, Auntie Anne’s and The Hershey Company. And, prior to that, she worked as an assistant account executive for another leading Harrisburg agency. Myers, a resident of Harrisburg, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Bloomsburg University.

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