RunSwitch Promotes Ashley Bitters to Account Executive

RunSwitch PR, Kentucky’s largest full-service public relations and public affairs firm, announced Monday that Ashley Bitters has been promoted to Account Executive.

Ashley joined RunSwitch in September 2019 as a senior account coordinator. Throughout her tenure, she has been eager to learn and challenge herself with new projects.

“We met Ashley by chance at last year’s Fancy Farm Political Picnic and immediately knew she was a good fit for our team. We’re so glad she moved to Louisville and gave us a shot. Her strong work ethic and get-it-done attitude have made a huge impact for our clients,” said Steve Bryant, RunSwitch Founding Partner.

Ashley works with a diverse group of clients including the Kentucky Medical Association, Marsy’s Law and Churchill Downs, among others, and consistently delivers quality results.  

“Over the past year, I’ve had the pleasure of working beside the best and the brightest PR professionals, who have equipped me with the skills and experience needed to deliver quality and impactful results for clients. I am thrilled to step into this new role, and I look forward to successfully tackling the challenges and responsibilities it brings,” said Bitters.  

Originally from Birmingham, Alabama, Ashley graduated from Murray State University. At Murray State, she began writing for the student newspaper, The Murray State News, where she climbed the ranks from staff writer to editor-in-chief—a role in which she supervised the production of the award-winning weekly campus paper, including all aspects of editorial and advertising. She now resides in Louisville.

RunSwitch has experienced tremendous growth while serving clients all over the country in its more than seven years of existence. The firm has twice been named a “Best Place to Work” by Louisville’s Business First and in 2018 received the statewide “Best Places to Work” award from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce.

Posted on August 3, 2020 in News

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