The team at Tripepi Smith has officially added three new full time employees, effective August 28, 2019. The Orange County-based marketing, technology, and public affairs firm now boasts 18 employees with a wide array of skills and strengths. The addition will help service the company’s growing client demand across the public and private sector. The new hires include Senior Business Analyst Jen Nentwig, Junior Business Analyst Bryn Miller, and Junior Business Analyst Blair Welch.
“Please join us in welcoming Tripepi Smith’s three newest #TeamTS members: Bryn Miller, Jennifer Nentwig and Blair Welch!” The company’s LinkedIn page said of the new additions. “We are adding capacity (now 18 strong) to meet the needs of our clients and expand services on all fronts. It is exciting, and we thank every client who has entrusted us as their partner and made our growth possible.”
About Tripepi Smith
Tripepi Smith is a marketing, technology and public affairs firm located in Orange County, CA. Its clients include for-profit, nonprofit and public agencies throughout the state of California. Its unique mix of marketing and technology prowess provide a competitive advantage for organizations seeking to leverage the Internet to achieve their communication goals. The firm also provides full content creation services, including: ghost writing, collateral development, photography, video production, search engine marketing, search engine optimization, email marketing campaigns and website design and execution. Tripepi Smith clients include: City of Culver City, City of Rolling Hills Estates, City of Tracy, City of Cupertino, City of Duarte, City of Daly City, City of La Cañada Flintridge, City of Santa Ana, City of Paramount, City of Huntington Beach, City of El Cerrito, City of Indian Wells, City of Yuba City, Industry Business Council, NHA Advisors, Cal Choice, California Joint Powers Insurance Authority, Rowland Water District, Valley Water Company, California Contract Cities Association, California City Management Foundation, League of California Cities, Institute for Local Government, Renne Public Law Group, Inland Empire Utilities Agency and Climatec Energy Services.