At CCAH, we know that progress is what keeps us relevant and keeps us moving toward our mission — advancing change and committing to activism that makes a difference. That’s why each quarter we like to recognize one our newest employees who is helping move us toward our goals and continuing our push for progress. Our Rookie of the Quarter award is given to an employee who has started their CCAH journey in the past year and has shown their willingness to go above and beyond. They are nominated by the CCAH management committee (our partners, VPs, and president, Kim Cubine), and they exemplify CCAH’s commitment to progress.
This quarter, we are recognizing Courtney Rojas.
Courtney graduated from Old Dominion University in May 2018 with a digital marketing degree from the Strome College of Business. She previously worked within the IT industry, including work at a startup digital agency. Since coming to CCAH as a Digital Account Representative II, she has been able to help her clients, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, drive strategic online fundraising initiatives. You can find her throughout the day busy building out Facebook Ads, project managing, data reporting, and taking initiative through planning our internal events! Outside of work, Courtney enjoys spending time with her family and being involved within her community, including serving as the keynote leadership speaker for the 2019 Prince William County Public Schools Student Leadership Conference.
We are proud to have Courtney as part of our CCAH family and cannot wait to see what comes next. Congratulations on being our Rookie of the Quarter!