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Danielle Moore

Danielle is either extremely indecisive or multi-dimensional when it comes to the sphere of communications—advertising, journalism, marketing and public relations, you name it—but it all boils down to her love for words. Writing was one of those knacks that always came naturally to her. Danielle started out writing 5-page reports about puppies in kindergarten to… Read more »

Danielle is either extremely indecisive or multi-dimensional when it comes to the sphere of communications—advertising, journalism, marketing and public relations, you name it—but it all boils down to her love for words.

Writing was one of those knacks that always came naturally to her. Danielle started out writing 5-page reports about puppies in kindergarten to crafting 1,200-word blog posts on her adventures vagabonding across Asia and Africa. Danielle is “that girl” who analyzes movies for product placement and gets way too excited over witty copywriting.

Danielle’s flare for the social world lives somewhere in the middle of the “content connoisseur” and “media maven” Venn diagram of the World Wide Web where the Bates’ brand becomes her voice. Even though she is one of the social voices of our agency behind the screen, she also enjoys attending networking events in person so she can put a face to a social media handle.

When Danielle isn’t scheduling social calendars or interviewing clients for creative blog content, she’s either visiting family over a plate of homemade meatballs in Philadelphia, drinking beer in Baltimore or networking in DC, covering the East Coast one tank of gas at a time.

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