Environics Communications adds three to the professional staff in the firm’s D.C. office: account executive Andy Grabel, and account coordinators Dana Korsen and Meaghan Malloy White.
Grabel comes to Environics from the communications department of the Association for Conflict Resolution in Washington. Previously, he was a print reporter and editor with several independent newspapers and syndicates, including Gannett and McClatchy. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia, with a major in magazine journalism and a minor in speech communications.
Korsen, an American University graduate with a degree in communications and Spanish studies, formerly worked at EMILY’s List, the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and the office of Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger.
Malloy White, a University of Mississippi print journalism graduate, previously was an intern at Environics. Her activities and volunteer work includes the C.A.R.E. walk for breast cancer, Reading is Fundamental, and Rebels for Recycling, among other nonprofit and charitable organizations.