Catherine Llamido

Senior Account Supervisor

Catherine Llamido

With a love for storytelling, purpose and culture, Catherine fell in love working with brands to help foster relationships, elevate brand awareness and create inspiring impact. A dedicated strategic communications leader, she is currently a senior account supervisor on Hager Sharp’s Education, Labor and Economy team.

By cultivating and honing integrated public relations strategies to maximize reach in new and niche audiences, Catherine has a proven track record of strong, everlasting results in a variety of public awareness and education campaigns, garnering earned news coverage in top tier media publications to buzzworthy influential activations. Her work has included strategic planning and media relations & digital communications implementation in equity, CSR and D&I programs related to pre-K to college education, community affairs, and healthcare innovation.

Catherine’s diverse portfolio includes Walmart Foundation, NEA Foundation’s Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom, National Parent Teachers Association, SAE Foundation, Heart Rhythm Society, and American Cleaning Institute. Prior to joining Hager Sharp, she had a stint as a hospitality publicist representing the coolest hotels and restaurants.

Catherine holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications and Public Relations from the University of Maryland, College Park (go Terps!), and is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and ColorComm.

Catherine’s love for stories dates back to her editor days in her high school newspaper. A few of her favorite frequent consumptions include: NPR, Morning Brew, Axios, Well+Good and Downtime. Oh, and Architectural Digest.

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