Ottawa, Ont. – Syntax Strategic is excited to welcome two new interns, Danica Bateman and Brittany Klassen, to its growing team.
Danica, a Bachelor of Commerce Co-op student, is currently studying Marketing Management at Dalhousie University. She brings a strong academic background in communications to the table, as well as a host of versatile writing skills that allow her to craft messages in a clear, concise and accurate way. An authentic storyteller, Danica is able to utilize her analytical skills, knowledge in event management, and mastery in social media marketing to bring fresh expertise to the Syntax team.
Brittany is currently in her fourth and final year of a Bachelor of Arts degree in Professional Writing and Communications from Trinity Western University. This September, she relocated to Ottawa for a specialized study term in Public Affairs and Government Relations, and is looking forward to putting her skills to use as a part of the Syntax team. With a diverse background in event planning, digital marketing, social media strategy, and creative writing, Brittany’s resourceful and detail oriented nature is a welcome addition to Syntax Strategic.
“Both Danica and Brittany are excellent additions to our team, and bring a wide variety of experience and creativity that will surely impact both our firm and our clients in a positive way,” said Jennifer Stewart, President, Syntax Strategic. “I look forward to working with them as they continue to pursue their professional and academic goals.”
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About Syntax Strategic
Syntax Strategic is a full-service marketing and communications firm that provides strategy development, advocacy, digital media, writing, graphic design, branding and public relations services to clients in both the private and not-for-profit sector across the country. Founded by Jennifer Stewart in 2010, Syntax Strategic works with some of the nation’s leading associations, organizations and companies and prides itself on its forward thinking solutions and grassroots approach to communications.