Boileau Communications, a West Michigan strategic communications and consulting firm, has hired Rebecca Barth as Content Developer. In this role, she will be working with clients to develop blogs, releases and social campaigns to support their strategic objectives.

A technical, professional and creative writer with web development chops, Rebecca offers a unique combination of skills to the Boileau team. Born and raised in Grand Rapids, she graduated from Davenport University with a Bachelor’s Degree in web design and development. Rebecca has worked in both agency and in-house marketing roles across industries.

“Rebecca brings a unique blend of talent that’s extremely valuable for our clients,” said Vince Boileau, managing partner. “We are continuing to grow quickly as the need for nuanced, multi-stakeholder communications is greater than ever. We’re grateful to have Rebecca join our team!”

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Rebecca Barth

When not writing, Rebecca is an avid reader, amateur novelist, and video game enthusiast. She also enjoys cooking, baking, and drinking coffee that tastes like chocolate. She’s currently obsessed with The Great British Bake Off, and has recreated several of their masterpieces with surprising success.

Rebecca is the 3rd team member to join the Boileau team this year, and the firm plans to hire one to two additional employees before the year ends to support continued client growth.

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Vince Boileau

Vince is a strategic thinker, communicator and leader. He is passionate about helping others to tell complex stories with nuance and authenticity. Vince is dedicated to growing a company that creates meaningful change for our clients, team and the communities where we work. He earned his bachelor's in communications from Grand Valley State University in 2008, served for three years as editor and assistant director at a media production company and joined Boileau Communications in 2012. In his free time, Vince enjoys playing and recording music, socializing over nerdy board games, watching good sci-fi, and doubling as a jungle gym for his three kids.

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