DPR Group is excited to introduce Colin Marshall, the newest addition to our growing team of public relations and marketing professionals!
Joining the agency as an account coordinator, Colin will provide critical support to our Account Executives as they serve clients in a range of industries—including manufacturing, clean tech, software & IT, and supply chain & logistics. Colin’s responsibilities will include client research; writing and editing of press releases and blogs; social media updates; media placements and all other tasks needed to meet clients’ PR and marketing objectives.
A 2019 graduate of Salisbury University, Colin earned his Bachelor of Arts with a major in Strategic Communications and a minor in Marketing Management, all with Dean’s List honors.
As a student, Colin saw no shortage of responsibility. He was elected Head of Risk Management and Vice President of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity by a board of nearly 60 members. Between participating in meetings, planning fundraisers, and keeping a lasso around 60 university students, Colin also regularly organized community service events. In fact, he helped organize the Salisbury Zoo cleanup, an event which led to Mayor Jake Day declaring November 28th as Kappa Sigma Day in Salisbury, Md.
After graduation, Colin worked with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab (JHU APL). There he was able to work on several exciting, high-profile projects, such as New Horizons, which provided the first ever photos of Pluto’s surface, and the Parker Solar Probe, which is currently collecting data from the surface of the Sun. In his new role at DPR group, Colin is already proving to be a unique and valuable member of the team given his background in both technology and business operations.
When not hard at work, Colin enjoys playing his guitar for his friends and family—something he has been doing both privately and publicly since he was 12 years old. When without his six-string in his hands, Colin also loves building computers and modifying cars and motorcycles.