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Welcome Dave Levin To The Samuelson’s Team!

Jun 10, 2011

Always exciting things going on here at Samuelson’s and this summer is no different. We would like to welcome Dave Levin to the team as Director of Marketing. Dave will be working out of the DC office and overseeing all of our marketing activities in Washington DC, Baltimore and beyond!

Dave just received his MBA from American University’s Kogod School of Business (he also went to undergrad there) and served as AIPAC’s (American Israel Public Affairs Committee) marketing director, where he exceeded his performance goals achieving a 70% donor retention and 2.4% donor acquisition in 2007 and 2008.

You can find Dave on LinkedIn by clicking here or follow him on twitter by clicking here.

So welcome Dave and we look forward to growing together!

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