Christina Wilson joined The Herald-Whig in November 2012. Christina assists the General Manager/Vice President of Newspapers with a variety of tasks for The Herald-Whig and New Jersey Herald. Christina also posts job openings, conducts new hire orientations, company benefit orientations, administers and maintains payroll data and other duties included under the HR umbrella. Christina came to The Herald-Whig with extensive past managerial and customer service experience. She previously worked for AdForce Advertising Agency in a variety of roles, including office manager, marketing consultant/media buyer and most recently as vice president of the agency, managing staff and client accounts. Christina is married and has three daughters. She is a member of SHRM and the Quincy Chamber Women's Networking Group. She volunteers at Birthright of Quincy and St. Dominic School.
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