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Sara DeNunzio

Sara DeNunzio is a copywriter, content creator and professional persuader who works with brands to reach their users and tell their stories. After spending over a decade in the communications industry working with both Fortune 100s and local startups, Sara truly understands what it takes to drive engagement: an obsessive focus on users and the communities they inhabit. Whether the audience is internal or external, Sara knows that empathy is the key to creating the content that moves them. Sara has developed content for many well-known brands including Sherwin-Williams, Saint-Gobain, and the National Heart Association. Her work has been awarded honors by both the Public Relations Society of America and the American Advertising Federation. Sara holds a BA in English from Kent State University.
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