If you call TAB Media Group these days, depending on what you’re calling about, you might hear a different friendly voice on the other end of the phone.
Two staff members — Amy Hacker and Sarah Gill — have taken on new roles recently and look forward to continuing to serve you and your church any time you reach out.
Hacker, who now is special accounts manager, will be the contact for local editions and Hosted Church website assistance. She also will assist advertisers and help readers with issues related to subscriptions.
“I’m excited to be able to work closely with our subscribers and advertisers, helping them reach their ministry goals and watching them flourish,” said Hacker, who joined TAB Media’s staff in 2016 and previously served as creative services associate. “I feel blessed to be a part of a team that encourages and strengthens each other as we work toward a common purpose of sharing the love of God and furthering His Kingdom.”
Gill, who now is subscription manager, will oversee TAB’s subscription database, solving problems that may arise and making sure everything runs smoothly from the presses to your mailbox.
“It’s always great to learn new things,” she said. “I love the idea of being more useful to our team and our subscribers by learning as much as I possibly can about our subscription database.”
Gill came on board at TAB in 2017 and served as digital services associate before taking this post.
Jennifer Davis Rash, TAB Media president and editor-in-chief, said she’s excited about the expansion of the roles.
“Amy and Sarah were both more than ready to take on new levels of responsibilities and will be a vital part of the continuing expansion of TAB Media Group,” Rash said. “They match the culture of our work environment well with high energy, enthusiasm for the ministry and flexible spirits.”
Rash noted TAB Media has a “talented team of hard workers who love and care for each other well,” and Hacker and Gill are “no exception.”
“They are going to take great care of all who engage with us,” she added. “If you haven’t had a chance to get to know them, I hope you will have that opportunity soon.”