Title "Could I Have Lupus/English"
Agency Muse Communications
Campaign Could I Have Lupus?
Advertiser U.S. Department of Health & Human Services /Ad Council
Brand U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Office on Women's Health

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About Muse Communications

Muse understands the importance of strategic alignment with agency partners.

Examining both target specific and broad audience motivators, we determine the multicultural sweet spot – the point where cultures conjoin.

This “sweet spot” is agency collaboration at its best. 

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Muse Communications’ Candace Rohr Recognized as “Top Women Executives in Advertising and Marketing”

PR Contact: Kathy Macaraeg
Ph: (310) 649-0944
E: kathy@kjm-marcomm.com


LOS ANGELES – Muse Communications proudly announced that Partner, Vice President and Account Director Candace Rohr has been recognized by Black Enterprise as a “Top Woman Executive in Advertising and Marketing.” Rohr, who has been with the agency for 14 years, has successfully led such accounts as Wells Fargo Bank and California State Lottery in their multicultural marketing efforts.
“Candace has played an instrumental role in building solid relationships with her clients, ensuring their business goals are met, as well as maintaining the agency’s position as a leader in providing culturally relevant work,” states Shelley Yamane, President and Chief Strategic Officer.

Black Enterprise conducted an extensive review to select the “Top Women Executives in Advertising and Marketing” by researching the nation’s 100 leading advertisers, the top 100 global marketers, general market advertising firms and Black Enterprise’s top 100 advertising agencies to select women who are charged with consumer engagement, product positioning and brand-moving initiatives that are making a huge impact on the top and bottom line of global business. The list includes women from advertising agencies, as well as marketing executives at leading national and global brands.

Since joining Muse Communications, Rohr has worked with the agency’s top clients to create culturally intelligent brand experiences and marketing programs that produce solutions and desired results. In addition to account management, she also spearheads the Agency’s new business efforts, with notable assignment wins for Google and Mattel.

For information about the agency, please visit www.museusa.com.

About Muse Communications
Muse Communications, an independent advertising agency that celebrated its 25 year anniversary this year, has been an agency partner to Wells Fargo since 2001. Founded as America’s first agency to target African American, Asian and Hispanic audiences, the award-winning agency has developed culturally relevant messaging for Fortune 500 companies, The White House, The Partnership for a Drug Free America and The Ad Council.

The mission of Muse is to create brand experiences that occur at the intersection of advertising, entertainment, technology, and culture. The agency’s strategic insights and creative ideas transcend ethnicity and race. Everything done at Muse is filtered through the lens of culture – it’s what differentiates the agency from others. Muse has received the Agency of the Year award from the American Association of Advertising Agencies, the Mercury Award for Best Radio Spot, the AAAA O’Toole, a CLIO Award, The Advertising Club of New York Andy Award of Excellence, Creative Show Silver Award, Gold Effie Award, Art Directors Club Award, Belding Award and the Hispanic Agency of the Year award from the American Association of Advertising Agencies. For more information, call (310) 945-4100 or visit www.museusa.com <http://www.museusa.com/> .

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