May 13, 2015 – September 8, 2014 (Greenwich, Connecticut) — Hunt Scanlon Media today announces that Chase Barbe has joined the Greenwich-based company as director of marketing and analytics. In his new capacity, Chase will work closely with managing director Christopher W. Hunt to help plan, manage and execute the company’s marketing initiatives which include campaigns to promote Hunt Scanlon’s line of human capital leadership reports and talent industry trade publications. He will also oversee the development and ongoing maintenance of the company’s website. In addition, Chase will spearhead, design and manage key studies targeted to the company’s Fortune 500 and executive search clients.
Chase is a graduate of Elon University in North Carolina where he earned a B.A. in Mathematics and where he was a member of the Elon Baseball Club. He served as a wilderness leader for Alaskan College where he was active in expedition planning and zero-impact camping and, later, was a co-captain of the Sigma Pi Fraternity Team for the Duke Brain Tumor Center 5K Run which helped to raise $10,000 for Brain Tumor Research. Chase also served as a sports counselor at ESF Sports Camp in Greenwich and was active with the Boys and Girls Club in Burlington, NC where he was a counselor. He is a lifelong resident of Greenwich, Conn.
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