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Career Communicationís Groupís (CCG) Gwen Bethea has been promoted from Senior Account Manager to Vice President of Corporate Development. In this position, Bethea will optimize the companyís use of resources to achieve profitability by driving new business ventures, partnerships, and initiatives that align with the company goals.
ďGwenís promotion as Vice President of Corporate Development is well-deserved, as she is a major asset to our company. Gwen has always understood the CCG mission and has done an excellent job in supporting and advancing the company,Ē said CEO of Career Communications Group Tyrone Taborn.
During her time at Career Communicationís Group, Bethea has brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the company. She has interacted with key people and executives at various corporations, as well as managed several large accounts such as Google, Inc., Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Southwest Airlines and Chrysler Group LLC Ėto name a few.
About Career Communications Group, Inc.
Career Communications Group (CCG) is the leader in celebrating diversity and promoting equal opportunity in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). CCG provides leadership in talent management and career development, enabling employers to recruit, retain, and recognize highly qualified students and professionals.
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