Endangered Species Chocolate has added Elaine Vulcano and Shelby Troyer to its marketing and quality teams.

Vulcano brings 20 years of retail and CPG marketing experience to the company as brand & partnership marketing manager. In her new role, she will execute and administer brand initiatives with an aim to acquire and engage new customers. She will also work closely on promotions with Endangered Species Chocolate’s GiveBack partners, conservation organizations to which the chocolate company donates 10 percent of its yearly net profits. In the last three years, Endangered Species Chocolate has donated $1.4 million to conservation and wildlife causes.

Previously, Vulcano ran her own marketing consulting firm and worked at Central Logic, dmg World Media and Café Bom Dia International. Vulcano earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from UMass-Amherst.

Troyer has been named quality programs manager. She previously served as quality control manager at Trader’s Point Creamery. Troyer is a graduate of the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne.