Tampa, Fla. (October 22, 2019) – As HCP continues to grow with new clientele, the firm’s Managing Partners Sean Coniglio and Eric Polins announced today the addition of two managers and a coordinator.
Rank Fowler, a former team member at HCP, will return as the Manager of Design Services, and Leah Bueno, APR, will serve as the new Manager of Communications, and Aja Allison will be a Research Coordinator.
“We are thrilled to welcome three unique and talented professionals to our expanding team. Our clients and team will directly benefit from their expertise ranging from design and digital development to research and crisis communications,” Polins said.
As Manager of Design Services, Fowler will oversee all creative direction, design and development for clients and the firm. From digital to traditional marketing tactics, he will spearhead all campaigns and projects from conception to delivery, managing all designers and developers to ensure the highest level of quality assurance.
“It will be great to be back on the team at HCP. I’ve had a number of years and experiences since I worked with HCP and can’t wait to spearhead all the creative direction with a broad variety of unique marketing tools and tactics,” Fowler said.
Fowler, born and raised in the Tampa Bay area, is a former United States Marine and graduated from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale with a degree in Visual Communications.
Bueno was also born and raised in Tampa and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising and Public Relations from the University of Central Florida. She has her accreditation in Public Relations (APR) from the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
“I’m excited to be part of the team at HCP and use my background and experience in public relations with their diverse clientele. The firm has a great culture and a talented team with an impressive range of capabilities,” Bueno said.
As Manager of Communications, Bueno will supervise multiple clients with diverse communications needs, develop cohesive marketing and communication strategies, respond to crises and setbacks, as well as serve as the daily liaison for HCP and its clients regarding the dissemination of information.
Allison, originally from the U.S. Virgin Islands, is a recent graduate from the New College of Florida where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics and International Relations. During her junior year, she studied abroad in Seoul, South Korea, where she conducted research in Chinese tourist demand of South Korea as a tourist destination.
“HCP is a very unique firm in its culture and commitment to its diverse clientele. I am excited to work with its skilled team and use my background in economic research to further the goals of the firm and the clientele,” Allison said.