CCAH Blog: Industry Voices

The Smart Women of CCAH

Posted by Katie Pimblett on Mar 8, 2017 1:02:34 PM

In honor of International Women’s Day, we wanted to take a little time to highlight some of the awesome women working at CCAH. It is fantastic to work in an office environment that bolsters and promotes women, and this seems like the perfect day to honor that. It’s hard to narrow it down because there are so many strong female role models at our firm, but here are a few of the women at CCAH who inspire us.

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Oh What A Night! Our Brava Winner Reflects

Posted by Shannon Murphy on Jul 11, 2016 9:00:00 AM

What an honor it is to be a SmartCEO Brava Award recipient! And, what an amazing time we all had at the gala awards ceremony. I am filled with joy by such a special moment in my life — and so happy I could share it with my family and friends.

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Cubine’s Search for “What’s Next” Leads to CCAH

Posted by Meg Kross Lee on Feb 26, 2016 1:56:26 PM

Did you know CCAH President Kim Cubine reads “Who Moved My Cheese?” annually to enhance her leadership skills? This final installment in the “Did You Know Kim Cubine” blog series examines how the former Clinton Administration staffer transformed CCAH into an award-winning, full-service direct marketing firm.

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Did You Know....? Part III

Posted by Meg Kross Lee on Nov 10, 2015 4:04:14 PM

Did you know CCAH President Kim Cubine was drawn to the District’s fast-paced lifestyle since childhood? The third installment in the “Did You Know Kim Cubine” blog series focuses on her professional journey in Washington D.C., from working in a call center to playing an integral role in President Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign.

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Did You Also Know....

Posted by Meg Kross Lee on May 19, 2015 4:49:00 PM

CCAH President Kim Cubine’s passion for politics did not start in the District, but instead, the University of South Carolina? The latest installment in the “Did You Know Kim Cubine” blog series delves into how notable experiences from her college days were catalysts for her professional aspirations.

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Did You Know....

Posted by Meg Kross Lee on May 4, 2015 12:25:57 PM

Kim Cubine, our president, navigates the fast-paced culture of the District like a native born Washingtonian. As comfortable as she is in the Washington D.C. metro area, did you know that she grew up in a setting much different than where she currently resides and works?

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GOTV? Aren’t you already on TV?

Posted by Brenna Holmes on Nov 7, 2014 2:31:00 PM

By Emily Gallt, Copywriter | For some people, the turning of the leaves and the end of Daylight Savings Times means pumpkin patches and apple cider.

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Shannon Murphy Honored as Volunteer of the Year

Posted by Brenna Holmes on Dec 4, 2013 4:20:00 PM

By: Kim Cubine, President | Improving our local and global communities is a vital part of the CCAH corporate culture.  We’ve recently shared stories of how the entire team gives back throughout the year, and our executive team is no exception.  In fact, one of our fearless leaders was recognized for her volunteer efforts just this week!

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CCAH Welcomes Hilary Baar!

Posted by Brenna Holmes on Mar 28, 2013 6:19:00 PM

The CCAH family is growing! We’re excited to welcome direct marketing industry veteran Hilary Baar to our team. Hilary will help support our company growth as a Senior Strategist, giving us a unique strategic perspective as we continue to expand our award-winning multichannel services. We’re confident that Hilary will help deliver the talent and resources needed for us to capitalize on new business opportunities.

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What I Did on my Summer Vacation

Posted by CCAH Admin on Oct 4, 2012 2:38:00 PM

By Kim Cubine, President

The arrival of fall means back to school, and for many (if not most) students, that also means an essay or two about what they did on their summer vacations. I’m removed from my school days by a year or two, but I wanted to share what I did on my summer vacation. This June marked one of the most incredible experiences in my recent memory. I was chosen to participate in a Democratic Leaders Seminar sponsored by the American Israel Education Fund (AIEF) that took place June 16 to 24. As part of a group of 12 female political leaders, we explored a number of issues including Israel’s contributions to the global community, the critical foreign policy and national security issues facing both the U.S. and Israel, and the ways in which our two countries are working to further strengthen our relationship.

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