Godfrey Adds Four Professionals to Growing Staff

Godfrey B2B Marketing

Lancaster, Pa. – Godfrey, a nationally ranked business-to-business (B2B) marketing communications agency, has hired Zach Trimble as a digital manager, Abby Foust as an associate account manager, Amy Detzel as a designer and Gina Masciantonio as a public relations coordinator.

Trimble, of Mountville, serves as the day-to-day manager of digital projects, working closely with Godfrey’s software development team and clients. Before joining Godfrey, he was the user interface specialist with Clipper Magazine. Trimble holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Shippensburg University.

In her new role, Foust assists account managers with project-related activities, ensuring projects are completed on time and on budget. She has previous account management experience and was most recently a product and service education coordinator for Anthropologie. Foust holds a bachelor of arts degree in journalism from Pennylvania State University. She lives in Lancaster. 

Detzel, also of Lancaster, collaborates with other creative service team members on various print and digital media and branding-related projects for multiple clients. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in graphic design from Liberty University. 

As a member of the public relations team, Masciantonio assists with project coordination, media database management, distributing news and product releases and documenting and reporting publicity coverage. She holds a bachelor of science degree in speech communication with a focus in public relations and a minor in psychology from Millersville University. While at Millersville, she worked for two years as a communications assistant in the Office of Communications and Marketing. She lives in Millersville.

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