Deanna Titzler has been named Chief Communications and Advertising Officer for United Way of Tarrant County.
Titzler will lead, regulate, employ and consider all marketing communications methods, like advertising and marketing, promotions, and general public relations to guidance the agency’s internet marketing goals and maximize optimistic exposure in nearby and countrywide marketplaces, United Way reported in a July 11 information launch. Titzler will also guide inventive progress for a wide range of efforts impacting the whole firm.
“We are enthusiastic to welcome Deanna to United Way of Tarrant County in her critical function as Main Communications and Marketing Officer,” said Leah King, president and CEO of United Way of Tarrant County. “With extra than 25 several years of marketing and advertising and communications experience performing in the higher education and learning, nonprofit and private sectors, we are assured she will have huge results spreading our mission to Tarrant County communities.”
Most not too long ago, Titzler served as Interim Associate Vice President of Promoting & Communication at Texas Woman’s University, main the division dependable for media relations, social media, net communications, artistic providers, electronic content material creation, disaster communications, marketing and advertising and marketing.
“As a extensive-time resident of Tarrant County, I have been privileged to see the crucial part United Way plays in primary, collaborating and generating an effects in the community,” stated Titzler. “I’m fired up about joining the organization as it enters its centennial yr and look forward to contributing to its mission.”
Just before signing up for TWU, Titzler lived in Hyderabad, India, where by she was president of the Twin-Metropolitan areas Expatriates Association, heading a multinational board of directors that recognized the association’s vision, technique and aims. She earlier worked for Standard Dynamics/Lockheed Martin, such as eight many years at the Aeronautics division in Fort Value. Through her tenure there, she led the worker offering campaign for the business for numerous several years, leading to history-breaking donations to United Way of Tarrant County and related companies.
Titzler holds a master’s degree in Communication and Leadership Experiments from Gonzaga College and a BBA in Enterprise Journalism from Baylor College. Her past board positions consist of Carter BloodCare and the Westlake Academy Basis.