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Connor Dixon-Schwabl

Connor Dixon-Schwabl

Dixon Schwabl announces that the following individuals have been promoted to managing partner: Connor Dixon-Schwabl; Jon Alhart; Jordan Dixon; and Maureen Swick Kurz.

Dixon-Schwabl currently serves as managing partner of studio production, overseeing all audio and video productions. He has a bachelor’s degree in communications from St. John Fisher College and a master’s degree in strategic marketing from Roberts Wesleyan College.

Alhart is managing partner of digital at the firm. He leads a 24-person team focused on digital strategy, web development, content marketing and more. Alhart has a bachelor’s degree in television and radio from Ithaca College.

Dixon is the managing partner of strategic workflow, responsible for evaluating projects and timelines, selecting appropriate teams and assigning work. He has a bachelor’s degree in business administration and a master’s degree in strategic marketing from Roberts Wesleyan College.

Swick Kurz currently serves as managing partner of media and account services, leading the agency’s media team and Frontier Communications account team. She has been with the firm since 1999. Swick Kurz has a bachelor’s degree in marketing and management from St. Bonaventure University.

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Jon Alhart

Jon Alhart

Jordan Dixon

Jordan Dixon

Maureen Swick Kurz

Maureen Swick Kurz

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