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Sinclair Public Affairs Firm Hires New Account Manager

Raleigh, NC – As Sinclair continues to grow, the company is excited to announce its newest addition to the team. Kailey McSwain, a recent Appalachian State graduate, joins Sinclair Public Affairs Firm as an account manager. In this role, Kailey specializes in social media management, media relations, and graphic design.

Kailey was initially brought on board in April of 2020 as a communications and graphic design intern while completing her degree in public relations from Appalachian State University. She transitioned to full-time upon graduation.

“I am so grateful to start my post-graduate career with such a phenomenal company,” said Kailey. “I have loved being able to exercise and hone the skills garnered from my education. Although I haven’t been here long, I have already learned so much.”  

While at Appalachian, Kailey took an interest in crisis management and has expressed enthusiasm for the opportunity to advance her knowledge in this field. Her background includes the development of multiple strategic public relations campaigns for the global nonprofit, Wine to Water, and Appalachian’s Center for Academic Excellence. She also served as treasurer of Appalachian’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) chapter.

“We are excited to welcome Kailey to the Sinclair team!” said president and founder, Chris Sinclair. “She has proved herself a great asset and I’m excited to witness her growth within the company.”

About Sinclair

Sinclair Public Affairs serves corporate, individual and political interests as they intersect in the public sphere. The company focuses on crisis and issue management, campaign management, and public affairs strategy. We have worked closely with local, regional and national organizations and brands including Tesla, Phantom Fireworks, Vaya Health, Briar Chapel, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, North Carolina REALTORS®, and the National Association of Home Builders to develop messaging and communication strategies that served to manage perceptions and reputations, as well as win issue and political campaigns.

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