CONRIC PR & Marketing is proud to welcome Chelsea Castoria to its award-winning team as Digital Marketing Coordinator, says president and chief marketing officer Connie Ramos-Williams.
“Chelsea’s diverse background and dynamic personality makes her a great addition to our growing digital marketing department,” says Ramos-Williams. “I look forward to seeing the creative ideas she has in store for our clients and am very excited to collaborate with her in launching our company podcast, something I have envisioned for the past couple years.”
In her role, Castoria will be responsible for enhancing CONRIC and their clients’ online brand presence. She will collaborate closely with CONRIC team members and clients to manage accounts and projects. She will work with the company president to launch CONRIC’s first podcast that will closely align with the agency’s #SWFLStrong campaign.
“Years of radio experience has given me great tools to use in the digital and marketing field. I have a real passion for helping local brands succeed and am glad to be working with the CONRIC team who shares that passion,” said Castoria. “I look forward to getting to know the CONRIC clients, and of course building a podcast that will feature business and life in Southwest Florida.”
Castoria brings more than 10 years of radio, community relations and social media management experience to the team. Most recently, she was the Morning Drive radio presenter for Sun Broadcasting’s 93XFM where she also served as Social Media Director. During her time at Sun, the station’s online presence saw rapid growth and she developed a following with her daily Facebook Live segment, “Coffee with Chelsea.” Castoria has also represented several local brands in the community as a brand ambassador and has her own podcast and blog.
Castoria’s love for life in Southwest Florida is the reason she decided to leave radio and settle down in Cape Coral. In her free time, she volunteers and promotes adoptable dogs and cats from Doghouse Rescue Academy, Gulf Coast Humane Society and Cape Coral Animal Shelter. She can also be seen enjoying the gulf waterways via paddleboard or boat with her boyfriend and three rescue dogs.