Verdence Capital Advisors Appoints Michele Welsh – Director of Marketing
HUNT VALLEY, MD – October 3, 2018 – Verdence Capital Advisors, a private wealth advisory firm, is pleased to announce that Michele Welsh a veteran design, technology and marketing communications specialist, will become Director of Marketing, a new position for the company. Formed in July 2017, Verdence Capital Advisors manages approximately $2 billion in client assets with a focus on business owners, corporate executives, high-net-worth families, athletes and institutions.
Welsh brings a wealth of knowledge to Verdence as both an entrepreneur and marketing professional, including a broad brand marketing background with specific proficiency in digital technology. Her career has included roles as art director, creative director and the founder and CEO of two startup firms. As director of marketing, Welsh is responsible for Verdence’s overall marketing strategy and execution, aligning with their Business Development team.
“Michele will guide us as we build our brand and grow our company. We are focused on strengthening our brand equity and accelerating our market leadership by creating meaningful connections with our clients,” says Verdence CEO and Partner Leo Kelly. “Her overall marketing expertise, energy and talents fit perfectly within the culture of our group. In hiring Michele, Verdence continues to deliver on its promise to invest in the best and brightest in the industry to continuously enhance our offering to our clients.”
About Verdence Capital Advisors (www.verdence.com)
Verdence Capital Advisors is a nationally-recognized private wealth advisory and multi-family office firm headquartered in Hunt Valley, Maryland, with an office in Northern Virginia. Committed to the principle that advice should be transparent, customized and given without conflicts of interest, true independence is one of the guiding principles of Verdence Capital Advisors. For more information visit www.verdence.com.
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CONTACT: Greg Harris
Weinberg Harris & Associates