Hirons promotes communications management team member

Agency promotes Hanna Reth to senior account manager, digital strategist


Hirons, an advertising, public relations and digital agency with offices in Indianapolis and Chicago, has promoted Hanna Reth to senior account manager, digital strategist.

Reth joined Hirons in 2022 as an account manager. Prior to, Reth honed her digital strategy and marketing skills across various leadership roles, building a strong foundation that now bridges her across the Hirons communications management and digital departments. Her new role as senior account manager, digital strategist will more effectively harness the unique and versatile skillset she brings to her teams.

“Hanna has a very special combination of talents that provide truly unique depth and breadth of perspective. She embodies a consultancy mindset that consistently delivers innovative solutions for our clients. Coupled with her approachable personality and genuine kindness, she is an extraordinary asset to our team,” said Jay Schemanske, senior vice president, strategic communications and account services.

Reth holds a bachelor’s degree in public relations and image management with a concentration in event management and a minor in marketing from Ball State University.  In her free time, you can most often find her staying active outdoors, cooking for friends and family or planning her next travel adventure!

For more information, visit hirons.com.


About Hirons

Hirons, an award-winning advertising, public relations and digital communications firm based in Indianapolis, has been concepting, designing and distributing some of the state’s most widely recognized advertising campaigns since 1978. An established provider of bold and innovative communications solutions, Hirons’ research-based approach starts by first establishing the problem at hand and then tailoring our services to best fit our clients’ needs. With clients in both the commercial and government sectors, Hirons is leading efforts to spread both digital and traditional messages across the state of Indiana and beyond.