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Smith Moore Leatherwood Hires Marketing RFP Specialist

Smith Moore Leatherwood Hires Marketing RFP Specialist


July 9, 2014
Raleigh, N.C. — Smith Moore Leatherwood, a law firm serving clients in the Southeast and across the nation with seven offices and more than 175 attorneys across North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia, recently hired Kimberly Bowman as Marketing Request For Proposal (RFP) Specialist.

Bowman comes to Smith Moore Leatherwood after serving as Client Resource Coordinator for the Global Immigration practice at Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak and Stewart, P.C. She also has a background in strategic marketing and communications plans, graphic design, website development and Internet marketing.  As Marketing RFP Specialist, Bowman will support business development for all practices by coordinating responses to formal RFPs and pitch books, and she will manage the firm's superlative listings.

Bowman earned her B.A. in Corporate Communications from Elon University, as well as her M.A. in Integrated Marketing Communications and M.B.A. from Saint Bonaventure University.

"Kimberly brings a wide range of skills, including strong client service skills and strategic marketing communications," said Smith Moore Leatherwood Business Development Manager, Keena Bartley. "We are fortunate to have found a uniquely qualified candidate and believe she will be an asset to the firm and our clients."

For more information, contact:
Heather Olson (heather.olson@smithmoorelaw.com)
864.751.7752

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