Sam Bojarski promoted to account coordinator

Posted by Sam Bojarski on Fri, Jul 15, 2016

(PITTSBURGH) – WordWrite Communications, a public relations and strategic communications consulting firm, has promoted Sam Bojarski to account coordinator. He has been with WordWrite, as an associate, for the past six months.

As account coordinator, Bojarski will execute media relations efforts and draft digital content for several different WordWrite clients. He will also drive much of the firm’s marketing efforts, especially on social media. 

“Sam’s hard work over the past six months has earned him the trust and confidence of his colleagues here at WordWrite,” said Paul Furiga, WordWrite Communications president and CEO. “His willingness to learn and take on new responsibilities has made him a key member of our team.”

Sam_retouched_headshot.jpgPrior to working at WordWrite, Sam gained extensive experience in written communication. After getting his start at The Pitt News, Sam worked as a freelancer for both Pittsburgh Sporting News and Pitt Magazine. In the summer of 2015, Sam interned at Prose Media, a content marketing agency in New York City.

Sam graduated with honors and a degree in economics from the University of Pittsburgh in December 2015. He also holds a certificate in public and professional writing from the university.


About WordWrite Communications LLC

WordWrite Communications LLC helps clients share their great, untold stories with everyone who needs to see, hear and experience them. WordWrite clients range from start-ups to Fortune 1000 and global firms. They share a fundamental belief in the value of two-way communications and authentic stories told by fluent storytellers. WordWrite clients include Fragasso Financial Advisors, Kennametal, Koppers Inc., MedExpress, MPW Industrial Services, Pfizer Inc. and Waldron Private Wealth. For more information visit:, follow @WordWritePR on Twitter or wordwritepr on Instagram.


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