El Paso, Texas – July 10, 2018 – El Paso marketing communications agency Mithoff Burton Partners has promoted Dana Guerra to Vice President, Client Services. In her new role, Ms. Guerra will serve as Director of Project Management, overseeing quality and timeliness of all production projects within the agency.
“Dana is a tremendous asset to our team at the agency,” stated Chana Burton, Executive Vice President, Client Services. “She understands the unique needs of our clients and her experience will enhance the agency’s effectiveness in handling the wide array of projects we execute for them. We are excited to move Dana into this management position.”
Ms. Guerra attended New Mexico State University and has held previous positions at the El Paso Convention and Visitors Bureau/Convention and Performing Arts Center and at another El Paso agency. Prior to this promotion, Ms. Guerra worked at Mithoff Burton Partners for five years as Client Project Manager and for the past four years as Media Buyer/Planner.
Active in El Paso civic and charitable initiatives, Ms. Guerra is the immediate Past-Chair of the Board at the Center Against Sexual and Family Violence. She was the Chair of the 2018 KEEP Gala, Co-Chair of Leadership El Paso Class 39, a graduate of Leadership El Paso Class 33, a ten-year volunteer of the Amigo Airsho, and a former board member of the YWCA. Ms. Guerra currently serves as Co-Chair for the Marketing Committee of the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce and is a member of the Executive Committee for the Greater Chamber.
About Mithoff Burton Partners
Founded in El Paso in 1931, Mithoff Burton Partners is one of the two oldest independent ad agencies in the state, and Texas’s oldest member of the American Association of Advertising Agencies. Mithoff Burton Partners specializes in advertising, public relations, and digital marketing for clients in industries such as agriculture, energy, financial, government, healthcare, petroleum, retail, and real estate. The agency serves clients operating in fourteen states across the southwest and southeast U.S., as well as Minnesota, New York, and Hawaii.