Levementum Adds to Team

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Jenna Kienle and Bethany Hart Jenna Kienle and Bethany Hart

Levementum, a digital consultancy with offices in Indianapolis, Chandler, Arizona, California, Texas and Michigan, has added: Nicholas Goldsberry, Jenna Kienle (pictured), Abbey Sullivan and Bethany Hart (pictured) to its team.

Goldsberry has been named a solution architect. Since 2010, he has been developing emails and custom production solutions for companies such as Kroger, Lowe's, United Health? ?Group and Discover. Goldsberry previously served as a marketing cloud architect and senior technical producer with Acumen Solutions and held multiple services roles with Salesforce Marketing Cloud including senior technical producer, community lead and product liaison.

Kienle fills the newly-created director of marketing role. She will focus on brand development, strategy, and communications for the growing firm. Kienle has nearly 10 years of experience in marketing, digital and brand strategy and most recently served as digital strategy director for Indianapolis Monthly Magazine. She also currently serves as city champion for Indianapolis Women in Digital.

Sullivan is a former Salesforce customer turned account strategist. In her career, she has partnered closely with executive leadership as well as technical, marketing and sales teams to build and implement data-driven marketing best practices and provide strategic guidance.

Also, Hart has been named an account strategist and she works with B2C and B2B marketing leaders to optimize their use of Salesforce Marketing Cloud and drive successful campaigns. She has more 12 years of experience in the technology services industry, most recently serving as a customer engagement leader for Angie’s List in a variety of business roles. Hart earned her B.A. in Communications from DePauw University and participated in the Media Fellows program.

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