CLEVELAND – May 7, 2018 – Dix & Eaton announced today the hiring of three professionals to the firm: Bailey Wells to assistant vice president; Carly Reeves to senior account executive; and Samantha Velotta to assistant account executive.
“We are thrilled to add Bailey, Carly and Sam to our team – each with very diverse skill sets,” said Chas Withers, CEO of Dix & Eaton. “Their breadth of experience, digital intelligence and expertise will help address our clients’ needs in this fast-moving, multi-channel communications and marketing landscape. They each bring a strong blend of strategic and tactical skills, and a creativity in finding solutions to complex, high-stakes issues, on which our firm often works. Two of them are also Cleveland “boomerangs” – professionals who have gained valuable insight in other markets, but are returning home to the vibrancy of Northeast Ohio.”
Dix & Eaton recently announced the addition of two new professionals in the area of investor relations and has significantly broadened its base of its client-serving partners in areas including web development, search engine optimization (SEO), analytics and digital user experience (UX).
About Bailey Wells
Wells is an assistant vice president in the firm’s marketing communications practice. She is a passionate brand advocate and marketer. Prior to joining Dix & Eaton, Wells worked at Beam Suntory in Chicago, IL, where she managed global spirits brands including Hornitos tequila and Courvoisier cognac.
Previously, Wells held positions at public affairs agency Jasculca Terman Strategic Communications and Big Fuel, where she led departments of digital and social media marketers supporting clients on a range of digital communications needs. Wells earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study, where she graduated magna cum laude, and a Master of Business Administration from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management.
About Carly Reeves
Reeves joins Dix & Eaton as a senior account executive and social media strategist. She leverages her strong capabilities in digital marketing, project management, website development, search engine optimization and social media strategy across all practices in the firm. Reeves was also the co-founder and vice president of digital strategies at 2930 Creative in Dallas, TX, where she executed a business development strategy that led to 20 to 30 percent growth each year for five years.
Prior to joining Dix & Eaton, Reeves worked as a social media manager at Splash Media, where she planned and implemented social media campaigns, coordinated search and social marketing efforts with the SEO team and acted as the editor-in-chief of the Splash Media marketing blog. Reeves graduated from Kent State University with a bachelor’s degree in English Literature
About Samantha Velotta
Velotta joined Dix & Eaton in late 2017 after completing an internship with the firm. She now works closely with the firm’s media relations and marketing communications practices. She focuses on digital analytics and helping clients benefit from measuring social media and digital advertising programs.
The Northeast Ohio native previously interned with the Division of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Kent State University and Rebecca Adele PR & Events. Velotta graduated from Kent State’s College of Communication and Information with a bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies and a Concentration in Applied Communication. She also has a Google Analytics individual qualification.
About Dix & Eaton
Dix & Eaton is an integrated communications consultancy specializing in media relations, investor relations, crisis communications and marketing communications. Working as partners, we bring deep experience, foresight and creativity to every relationship and help clients realize the full power of communication to drive results. Founded in 1952, Dix & Eaton is 100 percent employee-owned and has twice been named the nation’s best midsized firm. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram.