Greening The Cleaning

CABVI Announces Recent Promotion

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November 28, 2016

Contact:
Pamela DelMedico, Public Relations Director
(315) 797-2233 | pamelad@cabvi.org

Utica,NY - Pam DelMedico, a five-year member of the CABVI family, was recently promoted to Director of Public Relations (PR) and Events.

Starting out as the Outreach and Development Coordinator, Pam has been in her most recent position of Public Relations Manager since 2014 and will be increasing her duties along with department growth in the months to come.

As director, she will be managing all corporate marketing and communications functions, overseeing the public relations and advertising budget and supervising the PR team.

The PR team handles all direct brand management, graphic design, media relations, corporate positioning, campaign launches, advertising, fundraising collateral, web based media and special event planning.

“Pam has proven herself as a true leader, not only here at the agency, but also in our community,” said Rudy D’Amico, CABVI President and CEO. “She has brought great credit upon herself and this agency. It is time for Pam to become Director of Public Relations and Events and join the Senior Management Team.”

Pam is a member of the Greater Utica Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and also the Rotary Club of Utica Board of Directors. She was recently accepted into the Master of Communication program at the SI Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University and will begin classes in the spring. 

ABOUT CABVI
Central Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired (CABVI) is a not-for-profit agency that serves people who are blind or visually impaired, from newborns to the elderly, generally free of charge. Our staff of professionals offers comprehensive vision rehabilitation, employment, and technology services personally tailored to meet an individual’s needs.

CABVI’s vision rehabilitation programs provide for more than 1,500 people who are blind or visually impaired in an eight county area of upstate New York (Oneida, Herkimer, Madison, Fulton, Lewis, Montgomery, Jefferson and northern Otsego Counties). CABVI offers low vision examinations vision rehabilitation therapy, orientation and mobility, instruction in the use of assistive technology applications, employment training, adaptive recreation and sports and social work.

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