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The Modern’s In-House Creative Team Earns 11 Hermes Awards

[KETTERING, OH, 2/23/19] – The American Advertising Federation (AAF-Dayton) hosted its annual Hermes Awards on Saturday in Dayton to recognize excellence in …
[KETTERING, OH, 2/23/19] – The American Advertising Federation (AAF-Dayton) hosted its annual Hermes Awards on Saturday in Dayton to recognize excellence in marketing, advertising, and design. The Modern’s in-house creative team, comprised of the marketing department and other key staff and faculty contributors, earned a total of 11 awards across the bronze, silver, and gold ADDY categories. The gold and silver winners advance to the district level of the ADDYs, competing with other winners in Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia.

The Modern won Hermes for all four of its major initiatives in 2018: the newly renovated campus Grand Opening, Associate’s Program Student Recruitment Campaign, The Modern Brand Launch Campaign, and the introduction of its Bachelor’s Completion Degree Program. Additional awards were earned for videography, print design, and photography.

The Modern teammates responsible for these campaigns and work include:

Sally Athmer, Librarian & Editor, Editing
Erin Bakara, Social Media Specialist, Social Media & Design
Jessica Barry, President, Creative Director & Copywriting
Alexis Branham, Instructor, Web Development
Cody Brown, Instructor, Videography
Matthew Flick, VP of Education, Creative Director
Lauren Roeth, Art Director, Design & Photography
Emily Shankland, Associate Creative Director
Mark Werle, Instructor, Photography
Heather Zehringer, Director of Marketing & Communications, Copywriting

The Modern would like to also recognize its collaboration with the following agencies and affiliate partners who helped make these campaigns possible: Real Art, Oregon Printing Communications, Showdown Visual, Southern Sky Films, Creative Impressions, Deuce Shirts, Mason Schindler (Class of 2018), and Mitch Baker (Class of 2005).

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